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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.
Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID 19) 
No Entry Without Face Mask

Invitation To tender:  Closing Date 18 May 2021
ASSIGNMENT REQUEST: PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR THE INFRASTUCTURE DEVELOPMENT, UPGRADES, REFURBISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF THE WILLIAM HUMPHREYS ART GALLERY


TERMS OF REFERENCE
 
ASSIGNMENT OBJECTIVE
 
The assignment objective is to provide project management support for the implementation of the William Humphreys Art Gallery (WHAG) capital works programme and the Government Immovable Asset Management Act (GIAMA) based infrastructure planning.  
 
This assignment will also include providing oversight over existing capital works project and the roll out of new projects. 

SCOPE OF WORK
 
The scope of work to be undertaken by the Service Provider upon appointment will include the assessment of the full scope of services to be provided and the preparation of a work plan that captures all the levels of support as outlined below. The work plan will need to be approved by the CEO of WHAG to ensure that all requirements are addressed.

New Acquisitions

The William Humphrey’s Art Gallery (WHAG) is set to host its New Acquisitions Exhibition February 2021. This follows a combination of in house and online Exhibitions that have been running since the beginning of 2020 National lockdown Regulations.  
 
The WHAG would like to invite everyone to enjoy and engage with the artworks on display. All Level 1 National Lockdown Regulations will be observed to ensure everyone’s safety is prioritized
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NORTHERN CAPE ARTISTS EXHIBITION 2021
2021 MTN Collection at WHAG 
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. 
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