Matarenda Upcoming Exhibition

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An Exhibition of Young Artists' Work at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe
The artist’s true colors are not found in paints and brushes, but in one’s palette of talent. The first order of business, then, is recognizing our talent, because it

Zimbabwean Art on the Global Arena: Bringing the World to Zimbabwe

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Over the last five years, the National Gallery of Zimbabwe has concentrated on collecting, interpreting and exhibiting the most progressive works of art for Local, Regional and Global audiences and continues to engage all available forums to augment the Visual Art Sector. By participating in International Art Fairs such as the Venice Biennale, the lens has shifted to the country's creative force and conscience;

Breaking the White Walls through Development

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Ever since the Hivos Culture Frame came to a close in Zimbabwe after a period spanning a decade last year, more than $700 000 had been disbursed to Art Institutions specializing in multiple disciplines, groups and cultural organizations. Although the Culture Frame has been consummated in Zimbabwe and a shifted northward to operate in Malawi has , Hivos continues its operations in Zimbabwe while its Humanist Mission with focus on Development in communities being the

National Gallery of Zimbabwe to hosts wildlife exhibition

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LionOur wildlife is our cultural heritage. Our heritage is a legacy from our past, a living part of our lives today, and also the stories and places we pass on to future generations.

Saturday Art School at the Gallery

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Some may look upon art education as an ancillary activity or a fun hobby to pass the time. But, if you take a moment and look closely at the world around you, it becomes abundantly clear just how important the artist is in our society.

The Importance of Portfolio Review and Artists Appraisals in Visual Art.

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This June, the National Gallery of Zimbabwe will facilitate a Portfolio Review exercise for 20 practicing Visual Artists. The review is meant to augment best practise by expanding the selection of artists for the organization's exhibitions in future. Aside from this factor the exercise is meant to bring in fresh perspectives.

The Holiday Art Camp at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe

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The National Gallery of Zimbabwe had a Holiday Art Camp with support from Art supplies company, La Rue, from the 11th to the 15th of April 2016. The Holiday Art Camp was facilitated by the Gallery’s Education Department and was geared to advance the art and crafts skills of learners aged between 5 to 18 years.

The Connection between Arts Education and Academic Achievement

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Education in the arts is an integral part of the development of each human being. Those who have studied learning processes throughout the ages, beginning with Plato, have emphasized the importance of the arts in the education process. Arts education refers to education in the disciplines of music, dance, theatre, and

Zig Zag Boundaries comes to Zimbabwe.

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The adventure that is Zig Zag started at the 2015 Venice Biennale where the National Gallery of Zimbabwe's Curator, Raphael Chikukwa; met New York Gallerist, Catinca Tabacaru and discussed the possibility of a residency between a number of artists between the vast geographical divide, to take center stage in

Article of the Week

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The National Gallery of Zimbabwe has been in existence for more than 59 years and in its lifetime has witnessed the dramatic shift in the country from colonialism to independence. It has been central to the meteoric rise of Zimbabwean Artists in the world art market.

The Importance of Cultural Centres

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The development of Cultural Centres and Villages is crucial to National Identity and Conscience as it serves as a neural fibre to the Historical and Social core of any particular nation. As such, on an ethnographic scale, the prevalence of such facilities would be far reaching in saving both immaterial and material heritage.

The National Gallery of Zimbabwe hosts Kabbo Ka Muwala/ the girl’s Basket Exhibition

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The National Gallery of Zimbabwe launched “Kabbo Ka Muwala” Exhibition last week prior to that they was a press conference which took place on that very day.

The Reception of students from the University of Wales in Partnership with Love Zimbabwe Charity

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Love Zimbabwe Charity held a reception of students from the University of Wales in partnership with it last week at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe. Love Zimbabwe Charity is an organisation that supports community projects in Zimbabwe with the aim of engaging different communities to achieve sustainable

Zimbabwe Annual Exhibition

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annual work 1The Zimbabwe Annual Exhibition is an exciting opening for artists to produce new works that reveal best efforts

COMBATING CULTURAL HERITAGE CRIME IN ZIM

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The country’s three statutory heritage institutions, namely the National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ), National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe (NMMZ) and National Archives of Zimbabwe (NAZ) under the Ministry of Rural Development, Promotion and Preservation of National Culture and Heritage have launched a

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