Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) is a public, not-for-profit institution that exhibits, collects, preserves and researches contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora; conceives and hosts international exhibitions; develops supporting educational, discursive and enrichment programmes; encourages intercultural understanding; and strives for access for all.
The museum’s galleries feature rotating, temporary exhibitions with a dedicated space for the permanent collection. The institution also includes the Centre for Art Education, the Centre for the Moving Image, and a project space for emerging artists.
After closure for the last couple of months, they are re-opening on 22 October with an exhibition by, and for, Capetonians: Home Is Where The Art Is: Art Is Where The Home Is. Whether you’ve inherited a painting, made your own etching, or are the proud parent of a young artist in residence, they want you to bring your joy to their walls.
To enter, just fill in your details on the submission form, and drop off your artwork at your nearest collection point. Submissions open on 21 September and close on 5 October.
For more details, visit their website.
Don’t miss this opportunity to bring your art home to Zeitz MOCAA.