NUH-MI-BEE-UHN: Germany's Forgotten Genocide in South West Africa – Art Exhibition

Following the Kavena Hambira film screening and Q&A, we extend an invitation to you to experience his art exhibition in Hollander Hall. Kavena presents an otjikaiva, a Victorian-style hat like those worn by nineteenth-century German missionaries but made of Namibian fabrics—an important sign of cultural identity for the Herero in resistance to the history of the genocide.

The exhibition is available in the Hollander Hall first-floor lobby until January 10th.