By CityLife Arts Writer
The Wits Art Museum (WAM) is set to re open again after temporarily closing its doors to the public in Level 4 of lockdown due to the coronavirus situation. But now in level 3 that allows openeng for bookings of up to 50 visitors at a time, the museum yesterday, August 5, 2021, announced that it is reopening its doors again for the public to view two current exhibitions on display in the museum.
“WAM opens from August 10 and we’re looking forward to seeing you. Come and view the exciting exhibitions Seen, Heard and Valued: WAM celebrates 40 years of the Standard Bank African Art Collection and Brigitta Stone-Johnson’s Troubled Surfaces.
WAM is open to the public from Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00 – 16:00. In accordance with Covid regulations there are restrictions on the number of people allowed into the museum at any one time.
Booking is essential, please book via this link, call 011 717 71358 or 011 717 1365, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please fill out a Covid screening form before entering the museum by dialling the code *120*8501#.You will need to obtain and present this clearance before admittance,” the museum said in a statement.