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Art and Culture of Zambia

Sensitisation and Education through Kunda Arts

When thinking of the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia various images come to mind. Lions. Elephants. Leopards. Trees. Theatre. Theatre? South Luangwa National Park, celebrated for its abundance of wildlife, is now a destination for cultural attractions as well. A small group of actors from the villages surrounding the Park have created a vibrant […]

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Enock Ilunga - Refugees

Enock Ilunga

The work of Enock Ilunga is an interpretation of his environment, the daily life around him. His work depicts a genuine African scenario mostly treated in a semi-abstract style. Enock’s philosophy is “a work of art is never complete. Art is a continuous struggle of creation and imagination. Some people claim that only the African […]

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Art and Culture in Zambia

The art, sculpture and craft industry are relatively well developed. Even though the number of artists is not very high Zambia has some well known artists including Enock Ilungu, Geoffrey Seti, Linda Chandia, Mulenga Chafilwa, Stephan Kapata, Sylvia Mwando, Victor Makashi and William Mikko. The sculpture industry in the country is predominantly dominated by Flinto […]

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