HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!! Time to pause for a while and thank everyone for being a wonderful part of 2017. We appreciate all the love, support and hard work that we’ve received from our subscribers, well-wishers, partners and yes – our wonderful NGZ team.
2017 has been a wonderful year for all of us at the Gallery, now as we start on another calendar, on behalf of my entire team, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your love and support you’ve showered upon us. It has been a wonderful journey where we met new people, received new ideas and served more people adding up to the memories of 2017.
As we start a new creative year, wish you all the best Compliments of the Season and a very fruitful, happy and prosperous New Year 2018!
Lets, again create wonders for this year! Cheers!
Some activities you can look forward to this January,
Bulawayo Conversations: Title: TARMARC HEAT
Introducing Tamu Nkiwane, born 1990, lives and works in London, United Kingdom. Tamu is a visiting research resident artist who will be conducting his research from the gallery studios until end of February. Tamu is interested in the topography of London heritage, identity and immateriality institutions. He positions himself into a socio-political awareness within these systems in order to create conversations that defect against their history’s. he does not believe in the hierarchical approach of materials (or insist on ignoring them) but works within the context of the found, each inquiry is a phase of a larger conceptual idea. For more about Tamu please join us for a Bulawayo Conversations on Friday 19 January 2018 at 4 pm at the John Knight Cinema room.
Exhibition: SOUNDS OF HOPE
On Thursday 25 January at 5:30 pm we will open our first exhibition this year, titled Sounds of Hope by a young and enthusiastic painter and performer, Tichaona Mudhobhi. Tich will present a solo exhibition of paintings in the small galleries on Main and we are so excited to see our young artists taking the gallery spaces to shine. For your invites to these fantastic events please contact the Curatorial department on 00263970721 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, let’s keep in touch on social media, like our Facebook page National Gallery in Bulawayo follow us on Twitter @BYOgallery.