March 04, 2021
Being a second-generation Zimbabwean and wanting to move to America, to help promote stone sculpture. A song by Neil Diamond comes to mind "America", and really that's what it's all about - the American dream.
And in our case, helping the Zimbabwean artists. These artists have God-given talents. And as you can see the trees, the rocks in Africa are amazing, and our artists are not attracting tourists due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The art, these are world masters, and as such, we need to promote their art to the world to show what creativity risks within these artists. And I'd like to take you on our journey and the number of little video clips over the next.
I don't know how many months, but I hope you enjoy it. And thank you for watching.
Hi, I'm Kim McDonald, managing director of Artistic Africa Gallery, talking to you right now from Zimbabwe. And the year is 2021.
We've just had new year and we are having a major Corona outbreak as is a whole world.
Artistic Africa Africa last year, took it upon itself to finance a number of artists to the tune of 10,000 us. It was paid to them by us on a monthly basis to give them a subsistence allowance, because there is no tourism coming into Zimbabwe and their normal lines of income have dried up because of the Corona.
Pillar of support to me as a father and has been so supportive of his mother also. And I'd like to thank you, Mark, for your help in keeping this business going in these extreme times. Thank you also for watching our videos. Please keep watching.
March 23, 2022
October 31, 2020
How Artistic Africa Is Supporting Zimbabwe Artist Community Suffering During COVID
Artistic Africa, together with help from collectors Robert and Amanda Brock of the United States, have provided significant help to the artist community in Zimbabwe during this time of crises.
Since May 2020, and during lock down, Artistic Africa and the Brock family have been contributing cash each month directly to the artists.