Colour for Diversity on International Museum Day

18 May is International Museum Day and this year you can get involved in a way that is fun and creative and that can even win you a wonderful La Motte experience in the process!

The theme for International Museum Day is Museums for Equality: Diversity and Inclusion. The aim is to celebrate "the diversity of perspectives that make up the communities and personnel of museums, and champion tools for identifying and overcoming bias in what they display and the stories they tell."  Read more

Museums can play a constructive role in the engagement of political, social and cultural realities of modern society. This means that museums are relevant and accessible - even in today's modern and online world. To demonstrate this, everyone is invited to interpret diversity by colouring and enriching this picture. Express your creativity through the use of colour and you are welcome to add elements and accessories to demonstrate various cultures, abilities or disabilities, or something that reflects the diversity of our population.

Send your completed picture to and stand a chance to win a guided La Motte Museum experience followed by a wine-paired lunch in Pierneef à La Motte Restaurant for a company of four! Please take part even if you are too far to join us on the estate, if the winner is from a further location, the prize will be in the form of wine to the same value as the museum experience and lunch for four.

What to do:

Download and print the image from here.

Colour and accessorise the image, take a picture or scan and email to Include your name, age and telephone number in the email.

Deadline: 22 May 2020.

By entering the competition, you agree to have your picture and name shared on the social media channels of La Motte and The International Council of Museums. No contact detail will be shared.

Winner to be announced on International Museum Day on 18 May 2020. Winner will be contacted directly and will be announced on social media. The prize is not transferable. 

For more information, contact La Motte Museum Curator, Elzette de Beer.





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