A museum that’s not a museum

We’re planning a new museum to tell the story of Cape Town: Your Cape Town… and we need to hear from you.

  • What stories should the Cape Town Museum tell?
  • Where should it tell those stories?
  • How should it tell those stories?
  • Who should tell those stories?

 

Join us at a public workshop

We’ll be holding workshops across the city during May and June 2019 to get input from the public. Come tell us about the stories from your community that must be told.

  1. Parow
    When: Thursday, 16 May, 16:00-17:00
    Where: Parow Public Library, Corner Mcintyre Street and 1st Avenue, Parow
  2. Langa
    When: Saturday, 18 May, 10:30-11:30
    Where: Guga S’thebe, Corner Washington and Church Streets, Langa
  3. George
    When: Tuesday, 21 May, 13:00 – 14:00
    Where: George Museum, 9 Courtenay St, Bodorp, George
  4. Cape Town City Centre
    When: Thursday, 6 June, 18:00 – 19:00
    Where: SA Sendinggestig Museum, 40 Long St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town
  5. Lwandle
    When: Friday, 7 June, 15:00-16:00
    Where: Lwandle Migrant Labour Museum, Old Community Hall, Vulindlela Street, Lwandle
  6. Mamre
    When: Saturday, 8 June, 11:30 – 12:30
    Where: Mamre Moravian Mission Station, 57 Main Rd, Mamre

Confirm your attendance

To confirm your attendance email us at hello@whatsyourcapetown.co.za and tell us the session number you will be attending.

What does Cape Town mean to you?

Cape Town means many different things to many different people.
It’s been shaped by the many people who have lived here or visited here.
And they all have a different story of Cape Town.
If we had to ask you what Cape Town means to you, what would you say?
And what would your story of Cape Town tell?

Join the online conversation 

If you can’t attend a workshop, you will also be able to comment online at www.whatsyourcapetown.co.za or on Twitter and Facebook. #MyCapeTown

Western Cape Government

This campaign is part of a project from the Western Cape Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport to find out what stories about Cape Town need to be told, and how.