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July 2019

Crit-session with Jo, Friday 5 July 2019 @ 3pm. Visiting artist in residence Jo Vosey will lead an Art Crit session with fellow resident artists. An Invitation is extended to Non-resident artists who want feedback on their contemporary work, please note all artwork to be hanged at the lecture room by 2 pm bring along your favorite drink.

On Friday 12 July as part of her final residency presentation, Jo will present OUT- SIDE- IN, a body of work created during her residency at the NGB. Read more about Jo here


The will, effective July 2019, introduce the Lecture Series. Queen Loziba, okaPhahlana Thebe, was the Senior Queen in the Ndebele Kingdom from about 1841 to 1861. Her husband was King Mzilikazi kaMatshobana Khumalo, King of the Ndebele people.

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Call for Submissions:

A Creative Non-Fiction Writing Workshop by #BYOgallery in partnership with essayist and novelist Panashe Chigumadzi on 10 July 19.

Submit a 500 – 800-word writing sample to by Saturday 6 July 2019. Read listed examples [in flyer] in preparation.



Preview: 26 July 2019 @ 5 30 pm

We are presenting a group exhibition focused on assemblage and found objects reflecting on Climate change. This exhibition is inspired by Ngozi Mine artists, and the My Beautiful Home Project, exploring the benefits of using creative activities to stimulate new discussions on climate change, reaching out to new audiences creatives and discover new skills.

Learning from the various platform that speaks about the effects of Climate change and recycling we are inspired to make our mark by presenting this exhibition that will also promote the use of alternative material to create art an important element of creating transformational change. We are making steps that explore the contribution artists, or cultural practitioners make to adaptation engagement and the benefits this can bring to the policymakers.

Artists interested in submitting work can contact the Curator for more details. Please contact


Friday, July 26, 2019, from 5 pm

Held every Last Friday of the month, it is the occasion for a wide range of events, including Open studios, discussions, film screenings and special music and dance, performances related to current exhibitions. In Bulawayo we celebrate all aspects of contemporary art, enabling audiences who otherwise would not come to the gallery to meet with leading and emerging artists.

The line-up for this month includes

– Entities & Subjects Exhibition | 5:30pm – 6:00pm

-Super Geeks Dance Production | 6:00pm – 6:30pm
– Short Film | 6:35pm – 7pm

– Acoustic Performances | 7pm – 8pm with

– Award nominated – Mimmie Tarukwana
– AfroSoul Singer – Vuyo Brown
– Acoustic Jazz & Raggae

-Food Stalls & Drink Stalls are available.