The young artist is bursting at seams with huge talent ready for the global stage. Last night Poptain literally stole the show. His energy, precision, delivery and chemistry with the band and the surprise collaboration with the amazingly talented Blackperl was a marvel to watch.
Fast rising Bulawayo female DJ Crazy D alongside up-and –coming Afro fusion musician Ashleigh Love, Amapiano artiste Letticia Ontle and youthful imbube outfit Sunduza will be headlining this month’s “Creative Diversity and Social Inclusion Project’ (CREDISI) show. Dubbed the 11th Credisi Party
European Film Festival Zimbabwe: Call for applications for the 2020 Art Department Masterclass is NOW OPEN’. This class is aimed at showcasing the importance of the art department, especially props and sets in film production.
Its the Phoenix Edition! Zimbabwe’s longest-running urban festival started yesterday and will run to the 27th of September 2020 and it will be digital with all sessions and performances getting screened live via Shoko Festival’s Facebook page and the festival website.
The entire creative and media community was last week plunged into mourning following the death of veteran arts journalist Godwin Muzari.
Madziwa has become a fountain of creative game changers whose works are impacting and changing the national narrative in a major way.
After the impact of Covid 19, Darryl and his partners have gone on to start the International Wig And Beauty Academy to help women who are losing job acquire a skill that can help them start their own businesses!
Prolific musicians Pops Mohamed, Buhlebendalo, Sibusile Xaba and Morena Leraba for the ‘Vibrations – A Celebration of African Instruments’ concert on Heritage Day (24 September).
This year In2IT International Dance Festival will collaborate with Bergen Afro Arts Festival to present 1 program, as 2 Festivals under the name BAN2 Online Fest, scheduled to run from 21-27.September 2020.
Zvishavane Collaboration Artists Associations have written a petition to the Minister of Youth, Arts and Sports Honorable Kirsty Coventry and the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe to intervene in a standoff between the council of Zvishavane and the creatives over attempts by the town to demolish an arts and craft centre.