Exhibition Curators: Liesl Hartman and Richard Kilpert
Mentor artists: Jill Joubert and Isabelle Grobler
Invited artist: Lynette Bester
Michaelis School of Fine Art
Nadine le Roux
Ruth Prowse School of Art
Talitha du Preez
Nyanga Arts Development Centre
Zeitz MOCAA’s Centre for Art Education presents the first exhibition for children.
This exhibition celebrates stories from Africa and has been created to engage the imaginations of children as the primary audience – inviting them into a multi-sensory, interactive experience with works of art.
The title of the exhibition has been inspired by a Nigerian Ekoi legend of how Mouse visits the houses of all people, gathering stories that she weaves into her story children.
A fantasy world of strange and wondrous creatures, characters and mysterious spaces have been created in the tunnels of the museum inviting you on a journey of discovery and rediscovery of old and new stories from Africa.
This exhibition has been an innovative education collaboration between Zeitz MOCAA’s Centre for Education, The Michaelis School of Fine Art, The Ruth Prowse School of Art and the Nyanga Arts Development Centre.