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Phansi goes Phezulu

Art Museum

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Phansi goes Phezulu.

An exciting campaign to digitise the vast collection of the Phansi Ubuntu Art museum, which includes field collected indigenous artworks from all over southern Africa and in other parts of Africa.

SELECTED COLLECTION

Exhibitions

We always try to show our respect for the

artworks in the way we care, display and

talk about them.

SELECTED COLLECTION

Exhibitions

We always try to show our respect for the

artworks in the way we care, display and

talk about them.

A Zulu fertility doll given traditionally given to young girls

A Zulu wooden spoon used for cooking or eating

The Community Murals Project Panels were produced as part of the Terry-Anny Stevenson Legacy Project.

The Community Murals Project Panels were produced as part of the Terry-Anny Stevenson Legacy Project.

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Most of the works are simple objects made by rural people for use in their everyday life. A life that is deeply influenced by local traditions.

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COLLECTION POLICY & FOCUS

Our idea is to make the museum accessible online for art lovers to be able to enjoy it from the comforts of their homes through a series of Online – Exhibitions and for lovers of knowledge and art to watch and listen to collectors talk about the different artefacts and the regions and people they originate from. The project was conceived during the 2020 global spread of the Covid-19 Pandemic as a response to the lockdown which restricted movement.

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