Edutainment mix: Artistic Alchemy: Unleashing the potential of the boy child through creativity

As the world commemorated the international day of the boy child on May 16, in Zimbabwe, the journey from boyhood to manhood is steeped in tradition and a lot of expectation.
By Raymond Millagre Langa May. 19, 2024

Lack of corporate sponsorship shackles visual arts

Exhibitions need sponsorship with funds that go into logistics, and marketing strategies that extend beyond the opening night.
By Nyadzombe Nyampenza Dec. 25, 2023

Takura draws inspiration from material decay

The artist said his inspiration comes from the community and people who shared with him their personal stories of unresolved issues from the past and the present.
By Nyadzombe Nyampenza Nov. 8, 2023

‘Recycling artists key to environmental hygiene’

Mukuwiri abandoned information and technology studies at Danhiko College midway and found solace in crafting metal artworks and since then he has never looked back.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 25, 2023

Takadiwa turns waste into world-class artefacts

Speaking in an interview with Alpha Media Holdings chairman Trevor Ncube on the platform In Conversation with Trevor, he said the 2008 crisis pushed him into art.
By Donald Nyandoro Jun. 27, 2023

Jemali’s mixed spirit figurine traces controversial narratives

Shona and Ndebele people have known high levels of hospitality and friendship, and Jemali tries to depict this in his creations.
By Tendai Sauta May. 9, 2023

Teede gets candid in her latest exhibition

Cocoon one, two and three, revel in the different forms in shape and colour that cocoons are created, which may allude to wider social implications.
By Nyadzombe Nyampenza Mar. 2, 2023

Visual artist finds niche market in tattoos

He now mainly focuses on tattoos, a visual art he sees gaining more attention in the future because the craft is a strong way of communicating.
By Rejoice Phiri Jan. 16, 2023

Zuze’s images exude self-expression, individuality

His themes also revolve around Zimbabwean women as he believes they were and still are hard workers who try to bring food on the table for their families.
By Tendai Sauta Dec. 14, 2022