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Arts Association Heritage Trust to showcase new beginnings

Arts Association Heritage Trust to showcase new beginnings

The Arts Association Heritage Trust has revived its dormant Namibian Arts Association in the spirit of a new beginning.

Back To The Future: Part 1 – An exhibition of Namibian Masters and Contemporaries paired with a mix of Art Film Talks will take place on 1 February at 16.00 at 38 Metje Street, Klein Windhoek.

The event will highlight the need for forming a member-based association promoting heritage art, contemporary culture and visual creativity locally. The Namibian Arts Association (NAA) was revived on 15 October 2016 at a public meeting by the Trustees of the Arts Association Heritage Trust (AAHT).

As its first official act, the NAA’s priority is to attract as many members to the Association as possible. For this purpose members of the public are invited to the first membership drive

Visitors to this new venue will be treated to an eclectic exhibition of artworks from the Collection of the AAHT.

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