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The Culture Fund envisions a thriving Zimbabwe that is confident in its innovation and creativity that is nurtured through a culture of open dialogue and creation of knowledge accessible to all its citizens. The Culture Fund with programme support funds from the Swedish International Development Agency(Sida) plays a leading role in gearing the country towards becoming a creative society benefiting from a creative economy. It supports the cultural sphere through results-based programming.

 

Make a date with MOKOOMBA,GWARIMBA,CLUB SHANGA,SAVANNAH AFROS, on Sat  17 November 5pm-9:30pm @Alliance Francaise(328 H.Chitepo Av Harare)full bar and catering ,ADM $5.No rain fears, big tent available. Come lets party!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Culture Fund envisions a thriving Zimbabwe that is confident in its innovation and creativity that is nurtured through a culture of open dialogue and creation of knowledge accessible to all its citizens. The Culture Fund with programme support funds from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) plays a leading role in gearing the country towards becoming a creative society benefiting from a creative economy. It supports the cultural sphere through results-based programming.

 

The Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust through its Arts Mobility programme facilitated by the Production and Access to Markets Thematic Area made possible by funds from the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida), extended a travel grant to  Black Umfolosi as they travel to the United Kingdom, Estonia and France.

 
Black Umfolosi are an internationally acclaimed multi-discipline performing arts group specialising in harmonic acappella singing and traditional African dance, based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. The original members have developed their skills and their organization to a point where the now 18 members provide a multitude of services in the performing arts industry in Zimbabwe and internationally. Compared to the likes of Ladysmith Black Mambazo of South Africa, Black Umfolosi, tour extensively from their homeland Zimbabwe to the UK, Australia, Asia, Europe, Canada and the USA. (more…)

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The Culture Fund envisions a thriving Zimbabwe that is confident in its innovation and creativity that is nurtured through a culture of open dialogue and creation of knowledge accessible to all its citizens. The Culture Fund plays a leading role in gearing the country towards becoming a creative society benefiting from a creative economy. It supports the cultural sphere through results-based programming.

info@culturefund.co.zw
http://www.culturefund.org.zw


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The International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) is the only annual women’s festival south of the Sahara and this year celebrates its 10th anniversary. The festival takes place from November 18 to 25 in Harare. The festival will be held at various venues around the city including Eastgate, National Art Gallery the Zimbabwe German Society, Gallery Delta and the Mannenburg in Harare.
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Through the Human Rights, Artists Rights Promotion objective of the Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust, the Zimbabwe Music Rights Association(zimura) yesterday hosted a workshop in Bulawayo to capacitate stakeholders in the region on issues pertaining to their intellectual property rights.

The programme is part of an ongoing training initiative by the organization that seeks to empower artists on their rights in the music arena. The goal of this targeted training being to afford culture sector training and capacity building.

The Culture Fund envisions a thriving Zimbabwe that is confident in its innovation and creativity that is nurtured through a culture of open dialogue and creation of knowledge accessible to all its citizens. The Culture Fund plays a leading role in gearing the country towards becoming a creative society benefiting from a creative economy. It supports the cultural sphere through results-based programming.

info@culturefund.co.zw

http://www.culturefund.org.zw

Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust Executive Director, Farai Mpfunya with the Dance Crew
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THE FATHER

Written by: August Strindberg

Translated by: Eivor Martinus

Directed by: Peter Churu

Co – produced by the Integrationsteatern, Stockholm Improvisationteater, Global Arts Trust and Complete Arts Project as part of the Zimbabwe Sweden Theatre Workshops funded by the Swedish Arts Council.

Venue: Nicoz Diamond Theatre, Samora Machel Avenue opposite Jameson Hotel

Dates: 08 to 12 November 2011

Time: 17.30hrs

Medium: Stage Play

Genre: Adult Drama

Premise: Who is the father of the child? Can any man declare with certainty that he is the father of his children? Has the woman got the last say? Enter the labyrinth of intrigue in the domestic scene!
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