William Humphreys Art Gallery

Kimberley, Cullinan Crescent

The William Humphreys Art Gallery is located in Kimberley, the capital of South Africa's largest province, the Northern Cape, characterised by vast areas of semi-desert. Situated in Kimberley's Civic Centre, the Gallery was opened in 1952 and named after its principal benefactor, William Benbow Humphreys (1889 - 1965).

The Art Gallery concentrates on collecting South African works of art and also serves the community as an educational and cultural centre. Its activities include temporary exhibitions, art workshops mainly for children, development stimulation classes for pre-school children, craft workshops for unemployed women, lectures, video shows and concerts. It also has an outreach programme which involves exhibitions that travel to small towns in the Northern Cape where learners are exposed to world of art.

Anne Pretorius (director)

Cullinan Crescent
South Africa

1 Cullinan Crescent
Civic Centre
PO Box 885
Kimberley 8300
Northern Cape
South Africa

T: +27 (0)53 831 1724/5
F: +27 (0)53 832 2221
E: info@whag.co.za

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