Wednesday 27 February 2013

Palmiet archaeology educational programmes.

On Friday morning the 22nd February ARROWSA facilitated a visit to the Palmiet Gwalagwala cliff excavation for eThekwini Museum staff.  The initative is linked to natural and cultural heritage programmes for schools to the Palmiet Nature Reserve.  ARROWSA is working with: the Palmiet Nature Reserve Committee, Jean Senogles, Warren Friedman and Mike Cottrell, the Bergtheil Museum Westville led by Inner West Curator, Mahou Tlali and the Centre for Communication, Media and Society, UKZN, Dr Lauren Dyll-Myklebust and Sertanya Reddy and Luthando Ngema.  The South African Archaeology Society, TransVaal branch has provided funding for a six month project whereby schools in the townships will be invited to attend the programmes at the Palmiet.

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