Explore Innovative Works by Four Daring Zimbabwean Artists on Artnet Auctions

Fadzai Muchemwa, curator of the 2022 Zimbabwe Pavilion at the Venice Biennale writes about four up and coming Zimbabwean artists featured in Africa Present on Artnet...

Painterly Visions of Zimbabwe Emerge in Soho

In this small art exhibition, the rich figural painting tradition of this southern African nation shines...

Zimbabwe’s contest that celebrates the artistry of women

The annual contest shines a light on the Ndebele matrilineal tradition of home painting using natural...

Building an art gallery in the midst of war in Zimbabwe

Gallerist and writer Robert Huggins and his wife, the artist Helen Lieros, have passed away. But...

Women stand-up comedians in Zimbabwe talk about sex – and the patriarchy

Despite the challenges of being a female comedian, the women who do choose to perform feel...

Bulawayo Arts Festival continues to grow

This BULAWAYO DAY, 1 June 2021, celebrations of the City’s history opens the week for the...

Shingai Shoniwa: ‘My hair isn’t intimidating – it’s an expression of who I am’

Ahead of a new Channel 4 programme, the singer explains why hair and identity are inextricably...

‘AMAVUSO’ goes online!

Conceptualised, written and directed by the multi-faceted Zimkitha Kumbaca, the Amavuso Project brings together a powerful all-female...

Female sculptors in Zimbabwe carve way through male-dominated art industry

HARARE (Xinhua) -- Kneeling on the ground and firmly clutching a hammer and a chisel, Tracy...

ZimThrive announces new dates for 2021

The organisers of ZimThrive have announced that the event will now take place in December 2021....

Bulawayo Day & Bulawayo Arts Festival 2020 Report launched

The report offers a synthesis of the cultural cooperation agreement between Bulawayo City Council and Nhimbe...

Comedian Mocks Zimbabwe’s Government, Despite Fear of Reprisal

Victor Mpofu is using satire to shine a light on Zimbabwe's political problems, reaching a growing...

Today’s proverb

Do not throw away the oars before the boat reaches the shore – Mpongue proverb...

Debate Over Exhuming Controversial Colonialist from Sacred Site Continues

When colonialist Cecil John Rhodes died, he asked to be buried in Zimbabwe’s sacred Matobo Hills....

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