Worcester Primary School is celebrating Linford January, a student that will have his art exhibited in the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in October.


Cape Town, South Africa – Linford January is being celebrated by his school for his great achievement. The young man has been asked to exhibit one of his artworks at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA) in October

The Zeits MOCAA is the only contemporary art museum in Africa. It is situated in the waterfront area of Cape Town and is in a stunning building. The building is an old grain silo that has been beautifully converted into a museum.

Their exhibitions are beautifully curated and one of a kind in Africa. It is a great honour for such a young artist to be featured at the museum amongst some of Africa’s most talented artists.

Linford January is a student at the Worcester Primary School. The school are so proud of him and his artwork.

“Worcester Primary School would like to congratulate Linford January whose work of art is going to be exhibited in the Zeits Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in October. The Zeits MOCAA is the only contemporary art museum in Africa.

We would also like to thank Cantel Ross who came to our school to personally inform us of his accomplishment.

Well done Linford!”

Take a look at Linford and his artworks below. He will be a name to

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