Meeting of Minds:

An exhibition featuring Zimbabwean artists related to the Netherlands

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This exhibition comes at a time when Zimbabwe continues to re-engage with the rest of the world and celebrates intercultural exchanges that have strengthened the people to people relations. Artists on this show come from different generations and their practice has a link to Netherlands. The common understanding that

Tavatose/Sisonke:Show Your Care

Tavatose Banner PrintGlobal, regional and national crises can only be solved if we abandon materialism and selfishness and embrace the ethos of caring for each other and the environment, challenging those who put private profit above the common good of all society to see the benefit of working together for the good of all. The Tavatose - Sisonke schools exhibition is a visual creative educational platform and vehicle provided by the Gallery through which young artists, in sync with the art

The E-quality of Women

 Curatorial Brief/ Women Artists:

This year's International Women's Day theme was #PressforProgress. This movement was motivated by global activism pushing to press forward and progress gender parity. Men have also been using the hashtag to show support to women and to reveal their own incidents of abuse too. It is a strong call to motivate and unite friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive. Another movement supporting gender parity is #MeToo Campaign.

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