Win Tickets to Exhibition 'South Africa: The Art of a Nation' at The British Museum
Posted on December 01 2016
CultureLabel has teamed up with the British Museum to offer you the chance to win 2 free tickets to 'South Africa: The Art of a Nation' exhibition
Discover the history of South Africa through an incredible 100,000 years of art in the British Museum’s exhibition. Your journey starts with examples of some of the earliest examples of human creativity – from rock art to perhaps the world’s oldest necklace.
From there, be amazed by 800-year-old gold treasures from the kingdom of Mapungubwe, be moved by powerful anti-apartheid pieces, and be inspired by cutting-edge contemporary works. See the history of a nation from a new perspective and celebrate the diverse art created by the many people who have helped shape South Africa’s story.
Exhibition sponsored by Betsy and Jack Ryan. Logistics partner IAG Cargo
TO ENTER THE COMPETITION:
Simply fill out your details in the comments boxes at the bottom of this page (your details won't be published) and add
'SOUTH AFRICA' as your message.
And that's it!
The competition will close at midnight on Thursday 15th December. The winner will be picked at random and contacted by email shortly after the closing date.
By entering the competition to win this wonderful prize you will join the CultureLabel VIP Club and receive weekly emails with exclusive previews of our newest pieces and more fantastic offers and giveaways like this! You'll also receive email updates about exhibitions, events and the latest arts news from the British Museum and more.
The exclusive range of Maria Helena Spector necklaces are inspired by South Africa and made to coincide with the British Museum’s exhibition South Africa: the art of a nation. The jewellery is made from a variety of semi-precious stones which are cut, hand polished and finished using a combination of lapidary and silversmith techniques. Many pieces in the collection are unique or limited edition.