Ongoing Exhibition at 37d Art Gallery

The stART Foundation is hosting a series of Ongoing Art Exhibitions at the 37d Gallery. The date of the first exhibition will be announced shortly. Featuring some of Zambia’s top artists, this exhibition includes artworks by Pam Guhrs-Carr, Agnes Buya Yombwe, Mulenga Chafilwa, Stary Mwaba, Lutanda Mwamba, Flinto Chandia, Patrick Mumba and Laurey Nevers. Commissions.. read more →

Just Imagine! Recycling & Masks Workshop

stART’s  most recent   JUST IMAGINE!  Recycling & Masks Workshop was held over 12th to the 15th of July 2012 at the Swedish Residence in Lusaka.  The 15 participants who were invited to attend were selected from our previous workshop on the basis of exceptional talent:  they included teenage orphans and street kids (from 14 years to 19 years) from.. read more →

stArt Foundation Visual Arts Competition June 2012 Launched

The stART Foundation is conducting a competition and the winners’ art will be exhibited at stART’s 37d Art Gallery during the AMAKA ARTS FESTIVAL from 8th to 14th October 2012. One of our missions is to seek new talent within the arts and provide opportunities for young artists to grow and develop. Anyone in Zambia.. read more →

stART Ubwile Exhibition an Overwhelming Success!

stART’s second Private View Exhibition – UBWILE! – held at 37d Gallery was an overwhelming success.  So much so, that parking on Middleway for the 200 people who attended the event was bumper to bumper! With signature, 37d style (including Prosecco and The Deli’s nibbles) and  with a great mix of artists, art lovers, the.. read more →

Just Imagine: What Makes Me Happy Workshop a Great Success!

stART held the first “Just Imagine” Workshop over 2 days on the 14th and 15th of April 2012 at the Visual Arts Council (VAC) Henry Tayali Gallery in the Lusaka Show Grounds. The workshop was attended by 50 children between the ages of 7 and 18, who qualified to attend through their winning entries in.. read more →

Just Imagine: What Makes Me Happy – Art Competition Results Are In

In March 2012 stART distributed art materials to over 10 orphanages and 24 CIDRZ clinics in Lusaka and to Mfuwe in Eastern Province.  The children participated in a drawing/painting competition on the theme “What Makes Me Happy”.  Over 200 entries were received – giving much joy and excitement and stimulation to children who otherwise have.. read more →

stART Just Imagine Project Workshop in Mfuwe

Living in a Game Management Area (GMA) adjacent to the South Luangwa National Park:  an area densely populated by wildlife and ridden by human-animal conflict, the children from the Kakumbi and Nsefu chiefdoms are well used to looking out of their window at night and seeing elephants in their village. It was fitting therefore that.. read more →

Just Imagine: What Makes Me Happy – Art Competition Underway

The First stART Art Competition was launched in March 2012 under the “Just Imagine” Project.  10 orphanages / care centres responded to the invitation to submit artwork based on the theme:  “What Makes Me Happy”.   stART provided the participants with paper and crayons. The following organisations are participating: Ngombe School Lubuto Library Kasisi Pestalozzi Chikumbuso.. read more →

The Official Launch of the stART Foundation

On Friday the 9th of December 2011, the stART foundation was officially launched with the exhibition “People, Animals, Landscapes & the Spaces Between” by renowned Pam Guhrs-Carr at the new 37d Gallery in Lusaka. The exhibition was a great success with 90% of Pam’s painting and sculptures being sold. The commission generated from the sale.. read more →