Mfuwe Bottle Top Workshop

Here is the report on the Mfuwe Bottle Top Workshop held in August this year, sent by Pam Guhrs-Carr, workshop co-ordinator :   TOTAL 54 CHILDREN Godbish came to my office every day on his bike to go through the mails with me regarding the workshops. I kept him in the loop completely and we.. read more →

BongoHive and stART

More exciting collaborations between stART and other creative groups in Zambia for 2015! stART and Bongohive have put their heads together to think of ways to collaborate on projects fusing Art & Technology. An exciting new edge for the growth of stART. For more information on BongoHive please visit read more →

28 Nov 2014
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“Paper” Art Workshop, November

The ‘Paper’ workshop was the second in collaboration with Lubuto Library Project. The workshop curriculum was designed and mentored by Laurey Nevers, a successful collage artist in Zambia and art teacher at Baobab School. The assistant artist-mentor was the talented emerging artist Mapopa Manda who also uses collage technique in his artwork, using themes of.. read more →

Metamorphosis Exhibition

The stART Foundation recently hosted an exhibition for two local artists, David Makala & Natasha Evans, at 37d Gallery on the 26th of September. Each artist produced a body of works based on the theme ‘Metamorphosis.’ David’s work process is a metamorphosis in itself – depicting the organic change his works go through from conception.. read more →

Updates about Outreach Projects from Mfuwe

                Here are a few verbatim updates from Pam Guhrs-Carr, head of stART’s outreach projects in Mfuwe, about our group of kids from the Workshops:   Donation of stART Football (made by Alive and Kicking, Zambia and donated to stART by Cilla Frost-d’Elbee) “The results of Cilla’s football.. read more →

Poppy Appeal, 2014

A big thank you to the artists who have kindly donated an artwork to raise funds for Zambian war veterans and their widows in the Poppy Appeal drive. These works will be submitted to the judging committee of the project, who will then select the top artworks with the idea to turn these into posters… read more →

‘Kapanga’ Art Workshop

The Kapanga workshop was the first of the collaboration between The stART Foundation and Lubuto Library Projects. Situated at a Lubuto Library in Garden Compound, Lusaka, the workshop was designed by Zambian artist Mwamba Mulangala who instructed the workshop, assisted by one of stART’s Peer Educators Roy Chitwila, as well as Mulenga Chafilwa and Zenzele.. read more →

Featured Artist: Rabson Phiri

Born in 1982, Rabson Phiri’s characteristic artworks spring from his background in bicycle repairing. He received his training from the late Friday Tembo, one of Zambia’s most prominent sculptors, through an apprenticeship at his art studio Ulendo. Rabson worked with Friday Tembo as right-hand man from 1998 to 2004. After the death of Friday Tembo.. read more →

17 Jul 2014
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September Exhibition

In preparation for September’s exhibition at 37d Gallery featuring Natasha Evans and David Makala, read up on their individual work process and themes. Enjoy!   Natasha For this exhibition I explore ‘light and dark’ as a central concept.  By juxtaposing elements of texture, light and shadow, clear edges and blurred lines, I return to discussions.. read more →

stART Announces Top Selected Artists of Competition

stART has the pleasure to announce the Top Selected artists of the Visual Artist Competition, 2014. They are as follows: Mapopa Manda, Nukwase Tembo; Hassan Yasini; Ignatius Sampa; Arthur Daka and Owen Shikabeta. The Top Selected have been awarded the opportunity to exhibit in a group exhibition at 37d Gallery for Up and Coming Talent,.. read more →

03 Jul 2014
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