Oliewenhuis
 
 

Education

Oliewenhuis Art Museum, a satellite of the National Museum, has a very active Education program providing activities for a wide variety of individuals. We take our duty very serious to educate the general public about our prestigious museum, South African art and artists. In so doing, we have designed different programs to achieve this responsibility. Our activities range from African Carousel Rides, a Sculpture Park treasure hunt, Guided Tours, interactive art-related booklets, educational talks and lectures, workshops and interactive walkabouts presented by exhibiting artists.

The Education Department consist of the Education Officer and Education Assistant working together with a group of highly competent floorwalkers to design programs, conduct tours and facilitate activities. We have a big passion for our community outreach involvement. This consists of art therapy-related workshops and our commitment to provide a creative and positive experience for  disadvantaged children. 

For more information please contact Education Officer, Yolanda de Kock, on yolanda [at] nasmus [dot] co [dot] za or 051 0110 525 (ext 200).  


Education packets:


Age Group:  3 years – Grade 3


Session A

Free African Carousel rides. The Education Assistant will facilitate these sessions. 

Session B

African Carousel colouring-in interactive booklet. The Education Assistant will facilitate these sessions. 


Age Group:  Grades 4 – 7


Session A

Free African Carousel rides. 

Session B

Sculpture Park Treasure Hunt. 

Session C

African Carousel colouring-in interactive booklet.

Session D

Only for Grade 7

Guided Tours by our trained student floorwalkers in the Temporary and Permanent Exhibition areas. 


Age Group:  Grades 8 – 12


Session A

Free African Carousel rides. 

Session C

Guided Tours offered by our trained student floorwalkers and Education Assistant in the Temporary and Permanent Exhibition areas. The Education Assistant will facilitate these sessions. 

Session D

Interactive art appreciation and observation booklets to be completed by learners in the Permanent Exhibition areas. The Education Assistant will facilitate these sessions. These booklets are inspired to teach learners not only about our Permanent Collection, but also Oliewenhuis Art Museum's history and is aligned with the Department of Arts and Culture Curriculum. 

Book your choice of sessions at Tshego Seoka at eduassistant [at] nasmus [dot] co [dot] za


Educational art films are freely accessible for viewing. 

Contact our Education Officer to see our data base of art films in the library and book your session at yolanda [at] nasmus [dot] co [dot] za