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As institutions in the service of society, museums have enormous potential to facilitate social cohesion and engage in the debate on human rights and social equality.
— ICOM Annual Report 2017

University of Pretoria Museums

University of Pretoria Museums

Museums are socially responsible institutions, which [...] operate in the service of society and its development.

—ICOM Annual Report 2017

University of Pretoria Museums

Please note that the UP Museums will be closed for the end of the academic year from 03 December 2018 and will re-open to the public on Monday 21 January 2019. 

 

UP Arts manages and curates vast art and heritage collections that are held at various university locations. The museums carry out objects-based research, manage permanent exhibitions, conduct daily collections management and perform vital conservation of these collections.

Furthermore, the museums provide teaching and learning support to academic departments, students and faculties. The four keystone museum collections that are unique to the University of Pretoria comprise of a vast South African and European art collection, ceramic, sculptural and an archaeological collection. The University of Pretoria's museums are members of the South African Museums Association (SAMA), International Council of Museums (ICOM), African Council of Museums (AFRICOM) and University Museums and Collections (UMAC).

 

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