Out and About 30 July – 3 August 2018

This week, catch:

  • They tried to bury us, a continuation of Isabel Katjavivi’s 2017 art piece, ‘The past is not buried’.
  • Bringing the spirit of “unity in diversity”, with the Namibia-Indonesia Festival (NAMINDO Fest)
  • The Standard Bank Motorshow, with tons of biltong.



Date: Thursday, August 2 at 18:00 – 20:00

Venue: National Art Gallery of Namibia

Damage: Free

This exhibition deals with the unresolved past that is the genocide, and how it is all around us.

The floor installation is made of sand, stones and grass collected from within and around Otjinene. It is a scene of remembrance of those who died. The heads are made of air-drying clay. The fragility of the medium symbolises the fragility of life. The installation allows the audience to walk the thin line between the past and the present.




Date: Friday, August 3 at 12:00 – 20:00

Venue: City of Windhoek Functions Hall and Terrace
Damage: Free

To celebrate the 73rd Anniversary of Indonesia’s Independence, the Embassy of Indonesia in collaboration with the City of Windhoek will hold the “Namibia-Indonesia Festival (NAMINDO Fest)”.

Bringing the spirit of “unity in diversity”, the event will offer visitors a wide variety of collaborative programs between Indonesia and Namibia such as musical & cultural performances, fashion show, culinary & handicraft exhibitions and photo booth with traditional costumes.



Date: 3-4 August

Venue: United Sports Grounds
This is one of Namibia’s biggest social events for the calender every year. Bigger, better and with lots of fun and entertainment. Highlight is the Standard Bank Motorshow, tons of biltong, Mej. Biltongfees, kids park and sport for the kids and a lot of interesting stands. Lollo’s will also be there to entertain the kids.

Don’t miss the artists that will be at the Festival – ADAM, Leah and Bobby van Jaarsveld.

Tickets are available at Pick n Pay and www.webtickets.com.na.
There is a special family package – 2 Adults 2 kids for only N$200.