Bulawayo National Gallery of Zimbabwe
At the National Gallery in Bulawayo, we are tasked with the creative and intellectual discipline to select, to nurture and commend outstanding works of visual art, to select and display pivotal works, to generate and improve upon existing talent, to train and develop artistic skills, to educate, to empower, to mediate, and mostly to celebrate.
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SOCIAL GRAVITY three men show JULY 31 2014 National gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo, 75 Joshua M.N. Nkomo Street/ L. Takawira Avenue Bulawayo www.nationalgallerybyo.com The National Gallery in Bulawayo is pleased to present “Social Gravity” an exhibition of over 25 … Read More
Visual artists in Bulawayo are invited to participate in the 28th VAAB Annual exhibition 2014. V.A.A.B annual exhibition will question the trajectories of art development along the history of the city of Bulawayo which turns 120 years in June 2014. … Read More
Opening Friday 14 March 2014 is an exhibition of photograph titled “Picture This” by young females working with the The Precious Life Foundation. The participatory photography project conducted with the Precious Life girls used art as a positive communication … Read More
April 26, 2015
INVITATION We are happy to present Phindu’phenduke, inaugural Zimbabwe Annual independence celebration exhibition to run from 1 to 24 May 2015. Please join us for a preview on Thursday 30 April 2015 staring at 1730hrs. Mr Cain Mathema Minister, Matebeleland … Read More
April 11, 2015
Join us on Wednesday 15 April at the Lecture room for a Demonstration of portrait painting by visiting artist, Caroline De Peyrecave from 10 am to 1pm at the National Gallery in Bulawayo 75 J.N.M Nkomo (Main) St Bulawayo. This … Read More
The Education Department will be running an Art Attack Schools Holiday workshop for young people in and around Bulawayo this April, as part of the Khula Udweba children’s activities at the Gallery. The workshop will target primary and secondary school … Read More