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Enthuse Afrika’s Stills to be Featured at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe’s November 18 inspired Exhibition

We’re glad to announce that our parent organisation, Enthuse Afrika which is ever so big on Creative Expression is headed for a big ol’ first of its own that will see some of its Digital Storytelling content up at the […]

We’re glad to announce that our parent organisation, Enthuse Afrika which is ever so big on Creative Expression is headed for a big ol’ first of its own that will see some of its Digital Storytelling content up at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe – Harare’s first big Exhibit of the year titled Lost and Found: Resilience, Uncertainty, Expectation, Excitement and Hope. The exhibition celebrates the events of the transition of power and what transpired on the 18th of November last year. Highlighting the mixture of euphoria, transition of power from the seats of office to unified voices of Zimbabwe’s people regardless of creed or heritage. Needless to say, there’s tonnes of emotion, memory and nostalgia in the whole collection. The Exhibit will feature notable works of Zimbabwean Photographers such as Charmaine Sibongile Chitate.

Opening night is tonight from 5:30 PM running till the 20th of April. Don’t miss it, don’t miss us, heck you might surprise us and buy one or two!

All are welcome just remember to RSVP, it’s a thing.
DATE – Thursday 22 February 2018
TIME – 1730hrs (that’s 5.30pm)
RSVP – events@nationalgallery.co.zw

Enthuse Afrika's Photography to be Featured at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe's November 18 inspired Exhibition

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