A home Kumaraini (Warren Park), Harare connected via Skype to a home in Detroit, USA instigating exchanges
between artists, musicians, djs and writers from both locations 13288 kilometers apart giving birth to the exhibit
The two homes acting as informal consulates were dubbed the Zimbabwe Cultural Centre of Detroit,
and a the house in Harare as the Detroit Cultural Centre of Zimbabwe.
The exhibit Kumusha, the Shona word for “home,” will be on this Friday January 31 at 5:30pm to 10pm.
Don’t miss this one night where Delta Gallery will be connected live with the Zimbabwe Cultural Centre of Detroit!
Tapfuma Gutsa, Olayami Dabls, Zanele Mutema, Christina Galasso, Gareth Nyandoro, Mario Moore, Masimba Hwati, Nate Morgan, Clinton Snyder, Dylan Spaysky, Sabrina Nelson, Stephanie Buer, Christwish Mulunga, Sharon Bilang, Eben Gowero, Bradean Chitenderu, Hope Masike, Monica Blaire, Nontsikelelo Mutiti, Julia Novitch, Kumbulani Zamuchiya, Chido Johnson, Lynn Crawford, Tom Clynes, Christine Hume, Katie Grace McGowan, Tom McCartan, Steve Hughes, Tendekai Tati, Jerry Mugweni, Batsirai Chigama, Ngonidzashe Tapiwa aka Upmost, Tawanda Mudzonga, George Rahme, Philani Majama
with our guest of honor, Dr. Tonny Mhonda
Exhibit organized by:
Masimba Hwati, Harare
Kumbulani Zamuchiya, Harare and Mutare
Elizabeth Muusha, Mutare
Nontsikelelo Mutiti, New York
Steve Hughes, Detroit
Chido Johnson, Detroit
and a special thanks to Georgina Maxim of Delta Gallery in making this event possible!
Zimbabwean Cultural Centre of Detroit (ZCCD) has been founded for and by artists living in Zimbabwe and outside its borders. The organization serves to dismantle naturally occurring as well as constructed boundaries, both physical and otherwise with a view to promote community with the global and local in mind. Working of two domestic spaces that we have re-imaged as cultural consulates, one situated in Detroit, U.S.A. and the other is in Harare, Zimbabwe. Recognizing our role as cultural ambassadors we endeavor to foster a culture of research, dialogue, and production across geographic boundaries of Detroit, Michigan and Zimbabwe. We acknowledge the current situation of economic crisis and a range of social issues that individuals in both these spaces grapple with. Our goal is to encourage ties between culture producers and residents in both Zimbabwe and Detroit acting as catalysts for critical artistic production as well as cultural exchange between these two diverse communities.