The Norval Foundation, a non-profit art museum in Tokai, is home to wonderful art exhibitions and exciting activities for all ages taking place in the coming weeks.
The museum is dedicated to “the research, understanding and care of twentieth and twenty-first century visual art from Africa.”
Bring along your partner or the kids for wonderful live music, delectable treats and lots of fun.
See what’s on:
1. Festive evenings at Norval Foundation
The Norval Foundation is raising the festivities this year with Christmas carols. They will show off some amazing talent in their Sculpture Garden on two different evenings.
The artists will be performing signature songs as well as traditional carols, giving guests some modern Christmas entertainment. On Friday night, Majozi will be playing, with Zinzi Nogavu and the UCT African Band coming through on Saturday evening.
The museum restaurants, The Skotnes Restaurant and Peko Peko Restaurant, will be open for light dinners, along with braais in the garden (vegetarian options will be available). Picnics can be booked through The Skotnes Restaurant, and there will be wine, beer and soft drinks for sale.
Tickets are limited so it is important to book soon.
- Dates: Friday 2 December and Saturday 3 December
- Time: 6pm to 8pm
- Location: Norval Foundation Sculpture Garden
2. Saturdays at Norval Foundation
To celebrate family, the Norval Foundation is launching Saturdays at Norval, a day full of wine, food, art, music, workshops (for both kids and adults), magic shows and Play by Nature activities.
The event allows you to immerse yourself in art and nature in their enchanting Sculpture Gardens while browsing breathtaking exhibitions.
Package offerings will be available alongside tickets on Webtickets. Tickets can be purchased in advance or on the day of the event.
Follow the Norval Foundation for more information.
- Dates: 26 November, 10 December, 17 December, 7 January and 18 February
3. New restaurant: PEKO PEKO
Norval Foundation’s Peko Peko Restaurant is now open in the upstairs bar area and will be home to Thursday’s Date Night at the Museum.
The restaurant is offering an incredible sharing menu for two, giving you and your partner an opportunity to try some of the new menu’s best options.
Included in the R800 cost, the museum galleries will stay open until the restaurant closes at 8pm, offering guests an exclusive opportunity to walk through the galleries at night with champagne before or after your meal.
Picture: Norval Foundation