On the 12 August 2015, the museum opened a magnificent exhibition titled, The Voice of a Citizen by artist Arlene Amaler-Raviv.
Born in South Africa, Arlene Amaler-Raviv received a BA Fine Art Degree from the University of the Witwatersrand where she studied under Robert Hodgins. In the 1970’s she was involved in art education, workshops, teaching and teacher training programmes. She has exhibited her work extensively throughout South Africa and internationally. In 1996 she lived in the Netherlands where she assisted in the curation of the exhibition of ‘Africa meets Africa’ at the Museum of Ethnology, Rotterdam.
Amaler-Raviv has been awarded major commissions throughout her career with the ability to transform large corporate and private spaces into dynamic, active environments. Her mediums are oil and enamel worked on surfaces as varied as glass and aluminium.