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Arts and Culture

The Department of Arts, Culture and Heritage in partnership with the Disability Unit hosted the annual art-Able Exhibition on 28 September 2017 at 17H30 in the South Campus Library Buzzroom.

An exhibition by Nelson Mandela University photographer, in colaboration with the Department of arts, culture and heritage and the school of music art and design.  Was hosted at the Birdstreet Arts Gallery on 16 August 2017.

Gender was the main talking point of the opening night gender fluid exhibition hosted by Nelson Mandela University on 10 August 2017 at the NMU Birdstreet Art Gellery.

The South African Cultural Observatory is the Department of Arts & Culture’s new national public research entity.

The Department of Arts & Culture hosted the annual Staff Concert on 23 May 2016 at the South Campus Auditorium from 13H00 to 14h00.

The Department of Arts & Culture in collaboration with the city of PE creatives organized a photographic exhibition at Missionvale Campus titled Diversity through- the Insta–lens.

Mandela Day 67 mins
09/09/2014

The Arts and Culture department staff members Michael Barry and Sisanda Hanabe assisted at the Bethelsdorp Old age home in the Northern areas.

Produced by NMMU Department of Arts and Culture and directed by music lecturers Gareth and Ulagh Williams from TwoTone Music.

Drama Production
09/09/2014

Drama workshops hosted by Arts and Culture. The series of Drama workshops underway.

The run of poetry workshops began on the 9th of May 2014. These are being hosted with the well renowned Dr Brian Walter, a published poet and author,

Mandela Day 2013
18/07/2013

The Arts and Culture Department stand together in unity.

Africa Week 2013
27/05/2013

Creating heritage resources to contribute to nation building and cohesion in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro.

The Arts and Culture Department from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University kick started the Campus life festival with a bang, by hosting their annual student concert at the Vodacom Indoor Sport Centre on the south campus last night (20 February 2013).