What’s on at Koena Art Institute!

Dear Koena Art Institute Family.

We are happy to share an exciting line up of events and exhibitions at the institute. These events are an explication that expresses our theme “The evolution of indigenous art”,
With each one being specifically curated by the Koena Art Institute team, independent young entrepreneurs and cultural and creative contributors.

1 – 30 SEPTEMBER 2022
We are happy to partner with Groot Constantia and Iziko Museums of South Africa to host the exhibit “Dans laat die stof staan”, which celebrates Riel dans and movement in art.
FREE Daily Viewing from 10am – 5pm

Spend an hour with Dr Diana Ferrus at the Iziko Education Centre at Groot Constantia Wine Estates, as she reads from her prolific book – “I’ve come to take you home”, notwithstanding the impact of the poem.
Book signing at the event

Composers and Multi-instrumentalists Hilton Schilder and Mark Fransman at the Koena Art Institute, A powerful musical duo featuring mouthbow, piano, saxophone, flutes and percussion.

26 & 27 SEPTEMBER 2022
Ouma se Khoe’buis is a curated Tea tasting experience which will explore both the rich aromas of herbal teas their medicinal properties as well as the rich heritage of cultural quirks familiar foods & heritage secrets.
A plus one (Bring a friend, family, lover or member from your community, x2 cups of tea per person, finger foods, poetry and tea exhibition
Tickets for Ouma se Khoe’buis can be booked here: kaapsekhoi.co.za

03 OCTOBER 2022
a sculpture exhibition by Andries Dirks –
42 Trill Road, Observatory, Cape Town

10 DECEMBER 2022 – 28 JANUARY 2023
“INDIGENOUS” by Stanley Grootboom
Art Exhibit and launch of 5 indigenous story books

To book your attendance email your name, surname, event name and date to
[email protected]
Observatory, 42 Trill Road, Observatory, Cape Town. South Africa.