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PRESS ROOM
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MULTIMEDIA
Audio/Visual library

PHOTO LIBRARY
View a gallery of photos of Nelson Mandela and the Eastern cape

WALLPAPERS
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LINKS
Links to Nelson Mandela and related organisations

Intellectual Agenda

SEMINAR SERIES

The Nelson Mandela Museum subscribes to the concept of life long learning. The seminars are the intellectual programme of the Museum for the discussion, understanding and investigation of issues regarding the history of the liberation struggle, the history of Nelson Mandela and his role in the liberation struggle as well as the history of his contemporaries.

Through the seminar programme, the Museum promotes a meaningful study and community engagement that provides a forum for historical and contemporary topics of concern and interest to the Museum and the heritage sector.

This enables an environment of diverse voluntary learning such as critical analysis, better understanding of the past and the complexity of the world we live in.

COLLOQUIA

The Nelson Mandela Museum’s colloquia aim to bring together scholars and practitioners researching and practising in the fields of Museum and heritage. It also facilitates a space for theoreticians and practitioners to engage in debates about Museums and cultural practices in our era and to celebrate the role of major actors in the liberation struggle such as Nelson Mandela, Oliver Tambo and many others.

The colloqiua provide an opportunity to talk across disciplines as well as offering a much needed opportunity for scholars and practitioners in Museums and other cultural arenas to interact.

RESEARCH PROGRAMMES

The Museum’s research programme is aimed at the continuous investigation and engagement with conservation and analysis of Museum collection. The unit is also aimed at positioning the Nelson Mandela Museum as an expert institution on the life of Nelson Mandela.

Currently the Museum research capacity is limited and is one area in which the Museum needs to build capacity if it has to achieve its objective of becoming a premier research institution on the life of Nelson Mandela.

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

The artist in residence programme offers visiting artists conditions conducive to creativity and provides working facilities ready to be used by individual artists. This work must reflect on racism, gender discrimination, xenophobia, poverty and other social ills as it also explores and advances the ideas of reconciliation. The residency allows the Museum to increase it collections and remain relevant to its contemporary environment.

Latest News

Chief Financial Officer Vacancy

The Nelson Mandela Museum with two sites, Bhunga and Qunu, has a dynamic and enviable opportunity to serve South Africa, as stewardship of a living legacy, to share and learn the true story of Nelson Mandela in context, in ways that inspire and empower people.
The Museum invites applications from suitably qualified, committed, competent and experienced […]

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MADIBA WITH LOVE” EXHIBITION IN FORT BEAUFORT MUSEUM

“For Madiba with Love” is a photographic exhibition produced by David Turnley, an acclaimed photographer who captured South Africa’s struggle between 1985 and 1994. The award winning Pulitzer Prize photographer further captured Nelson Mandela’s release and his family.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation in relationship with David Turnley has donated this intriguing exhibition to the Nelson Mandela […]

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