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The Presidency of South Africa has declared the Coronavirus (COVID-19) a national state of disaster in terms of the Disaster Management Act. The William Humphreys Art Gallery supports the Presidential decree and shares the concern of every citizen.

The gallery will operate under strict health protocols as per regulations set out by DSAC.
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2021 CALL FOR CURATORIAL PROPOSAL AT WHAG
The William Humphrey’s Art Gallery (WHAG) in Kimberley would like to invite artists, project coordinators and curators to submit proposals for its 2020/2021 museum exhibition program. As the flagship visual arts agency for the Northern Cape, the WHAG is committed to robust programming that speaks to the social conscience of all South Africans. This is done by aligning the institution with the overarching public service and cultural institutions mandate of South Africa that is collecting, conserving, documenting, researching and exhibiting artworks that enriches and edifies the cultural life of all South Africans.
For the 2021/2022 temporary exhibitions program, proposals that address the following themes are strongly encouraged to apply:
  • Redressing omissions/distortions in the South African visual record with specific focus on reproaching colonialism  
  • Exhibitions reflecting the contemporary lived realities of local/ international communities  
  • Gender Based Violence and Femicide 
  • New Media and Photographic Works  

The deadline for proposals is 28 February 2021. Proposals should be emailed to mc@whag.co.za on or before the deadline. Any queries can be directed to MC Roodt at the above email address or telephonically on 053 831 1724. Please not that exhibition proposals for works or projects yet to be realised is excluded from this call.
For the full advertisement and Exhibition Proposals Guidelines, Please follow the link below:
PREVIOUSLY DISADVANTAGED / UNDERREPRESENTED ARTISTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY
PAINT IT BLACK 
Dated 15 Dec 2020 – Apr 2021
“Paint it black” is a travelling exhibition curated by Modern Art Projects South Africa (MAPSA), of a selection of predominately black artworks from the collection of Harrie Siertsema. The exhibition plays on the notions that we have eyes to see but do not see. 
GBV POSTER COMPETITION
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To follow our 100 days social media campaign to raise awarenesss about gender-based violence
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William Timlin (1892-1943) Mater Works Online Exhibition
WILLIAM HUMPHREYS ART GALLERY CELEBRATES THE WOMEN OF THE COLLECTION 
Women at WHAG