Lalety Muzondori

Young art students from Irene Christian College visited an exhibition organized by GMAC TRUST at Alliance Française on 18 May. Lalety Muzondori was among them and she expresses her feelings about the role of art in promoting Zimbabwe throughout the world.

GMAC Trust (George Mgona Art for Conservation)

GMAC Trust organised a 16 day exhibition at Alliance Française from the 11th to the 27th of May. Its representative George Mgona is proud of the work of artists in promoting awareness on preservation of Zimbabwean nature.

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