Before the days of lockdown, Zeitz MOCAA would stay open late on the first Friday of the month. Picture: Supplied
Before the days of lockdown, Zeitz MOCAA would stay open late on the first Friday of the month. Picture: Supplied

Music, art-making and more with Zeitz MOCAA online

By Staff Reporter Time of article published Jul 3, 2020

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Before the days of lockdown, Zeitz MOCAA would stay open late on the first Friday of the month.

There would be live music, art sessions on our rooftop, and museum scavenger hunts. It was a hugely popular event. People would join us after work or varsity, have fun and kickstart their weekend.   

People are telling us how much they miss that evening and coming into the space of the museum. We’ve been itching to bring it back and into people’s homes.

WOZA at home is not just about people watching someone, it’s about interacting and getting creative. 

You can sit back and enjoy music by DJ Blaqkongo, or join in the conversation on queer identities as seen in our Two Together exhibition, learn to make a cocktail with ingredients in your kitchen, or be guided by our team through making an artsy wall-hanging to put up in your home.

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🍸✨ WOZA at home is on a Saturday night which means it’s cocktail time! Zeitz MOCAA Food will be showing you some interesting ways to make cocktails.⁣ ⁣ The fun starts at 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. (GMT +2) on Saturday, 4 July on Howler. Pay what you can with our different ticket price options. Follow the link in our bio to book your tickets. Don't miss it! 🖤 ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ #WOZAathome #happyhour⁣

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All ticket sale proceeds go towards bringing the love of art to children in South Africa.

The fun starts online at 6pm until 9pm (GMT +2) on Saturday, July 4. Pay what you can with our different ticket options, from R30 to R120.  

To book your tickets, click  here

To see full details about the event, click  here.

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