Learning at Norval Foundation
Norval Foundation’s Learning Centre is an investment into the South African youth where we aim to educate through art. In a world where technology is continuously evolving and replacing everyday skills, we believe creativity is the most valuable skill a person can hold. The Centre therefore exists to provide the practical tools for learners to develop their creative thinking, interpretation, and problem-solving skills to learn self-expression and the confidence that comes with it. These skills, in turn, inspire and empower learners to make better life decisions.
Here we enable learners to dive into different topics and emotions and provide them the opportunity to reflect on who they are and what they believe in. The Centre is open to all.
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Guided School Visits
Interested in bringing your class for an educational tour or walkabout of the museum? Booking is essential.
We offer a comprehensive guided tour of the exhibitions in the museum and the sculpture garden. Visits are hosted by our Learning Centre facilitators and are +- 2 ½ hours including an art making activity. Topics discussed are linked to CAPS and integrate various subjects such as Visual Art , History , Life Orientation and Languages.
Cost: R110 per learner. Accompanying teachers free of charge.
Non-teaching staff who accompany the groups would require a day pass or annual membership
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As part of our commitment to making quality art education accessible to all we offer assistance for learners visitng from non-fee paying schools in quintiles 1 – 3.
A sponsored visit to the Norval Foundation includes the following:
- Safe pre-arranged transport
- Museum and sculpture Garden tour
- A healthy snack pack and drink
- A copy of the ‘Making Art History’ publication to take home
- An art history lesson and an art making activity to take home
Please contact email@example.com to inquire about bringing your school or NGO group for a sponsored visit.
Norval Foundation, through its Learning Centre, is dedicated to providing access to arts among underprivileged communities. Art has been a part of human culture for centuries. It is used to express emotion, communicate ideas and is a tool to pass knowledge from one generation to another.
Our sponsored programme, which has hosted over 7000 learners aims to make all of the benefit of arts education accessible to the South African youth. Partner with us in our mission to bring this to thousands more over the following years. Every little bit helps