National Art Gallery

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The National Art Gallery of Namibia (NAGN) and the National Museum of Namibia (NMN) will exhibit their collaborative research and creation process, highlighting the importance of understanding, sharing, caring for, and developing further cultural heritage to create a better future. 

The exhibition gives rare insights into the histories of various cultural belongings and also highlights the role and value of communal knowledge and artistic research in Namibia's post-colonial past, present, and future. 

Elifas Bonifatius spoke to Ndeenda Shivute Nakapunda, the Chief Curator at NAGN, and Golda !Ha Eiros the Chief Curator at NMN. 

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25 Mar English Namibia News Commentary · Daily News

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