Venue Hire

The Aleit Group, renowned for its spectacular, high-end events and weddings for the past 20 years, has been appointed by Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) as the exclusive event operator throughout the museum. This includes the management of the multifunctional event space on floor six and the Atrium, as well as all events hosted within the museum.

For anyone looking to host a remarkable event, the museum space is unlike anything on the continent. In fact, it is arguably unlike anything in the world.

Available for private functions, after hours, the Atrium is an exceptional space for arrival drinks and canapés. The Atrium is the heart of the museum, connecting what were once two separate buildings, the Elevator and the Grain Silos. Cathedral-like, it rises 33m high, carved out of the original silo bins, and is an architectural wonder.

The Venue on floor six, a multifunctional event space, looks out onto the museum’s rooftop sculpture garden. It truly is a breathtaking event venue which can accommodate up to 200 guests with a 270-degree view of Cape Town, and possibly the best view of Table Mountain in the city.

To find out more about Zeitz MOCAA Events click here.

Images courtesy of Iwan Baan (2017), Mark Williams (2017) Monique Smiles (2017). 

 

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The Curatorial Training Programme, offered through the Centre for Curatorial Excellence at Zeitz MOCAA, offers practising professionals and recent graduates the benefit of gaining practical curatorial experience and skills by participating in all components of a functioning contemporary art museum. The programme also provides an intensive period of intellectual stimulation through individual research and dialogue with colleagues, artists, collectors and art professionals. Over 50 International Counsellors along with Zeitz MOCAA staff teach the Curatorial Training Programme. Visits to artists’ studios, commercial galleries, conferences, and lectures are central to the programme.

 

Upon graduating, the Assistant Curators are prepared for a career working as a curator, collections manager, conservator, development officer, or museum educator in a museum, commercial art gallery, publication, foundation, or corporate collection. In keeping with Zeitz MOCAA’s commitment to Access for All, each and every successful candidate is provided with a scholarship. The Assistant Curators are financially supported by local and international Foundations and individuals.

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The Curatorial Training Programme, offered through the Centre for Curatorial Excellence at Zeitz MOCAA, offers practising professionals and recent graduates the benefit of gaining practical curatorial experience and skills by participating in all components of a functioning contemporary art museum. The programme also provides an intensive period of intellectual stimulation through individual research and dialogue with colleagues, artists, collectors and art professionals. Over 50 International Counsellors along with Zeitz MOCAA staff teach the Curatorial Training Programme. Visits to artists’ studios, commercial galleries, conferences, and lectures are central to the programme.

 

Upon graduating, the Assistant Curators are prepared for a career working as a curator, collections manager, conservator, development officer, or museum educator in a museum, commercial art gallery, publication, foundation, or corporate collection. In keeping with Zeitz MOCAA’s commitment to Access for All, each and every successful candidate is provided with a scholarship. The Assistant Curators are financially supported by local and international Foundations and individuals.