Guruve funds the new gallery structure for young artists

15th August 2017
gallery rebuild complete

Guruve’s donation funds the new gallery structure – building work complete!

Guruve sent US$3,000 in July 2015 to fund the construction of a new central gallery space at the Arts Centre for up and coming young sculptors in Zimbabwe, roughly ten years after we funded the original building. See the whole project unfold in photos – work was completed in a week!


Sign thanking Guruve for the donation

A sign of thanks to Guruve Ltd for their financial assistance in rebuilding the gallery structure

After sixteen years, we are still doing business the right way!

All our efforts are geared towards discovering and promoting the brightest talent among Africa’s young artists, and channelling money back to those artists and projects that benefit them.

Shona sculpture 'Sisters' by Colleen Madamombe - front, from above
portrait picture of Colleen Madamombe

Colleen Madamombe is the most sought-after female artist in the Zimbabwean sculpture movement. She is best-known for her work depicting the lives and role of women in Shona culture.

See artist's work