Call for submissions for the fist edition of SINDIKIZA A zine on contemporary art in Tanzania – Nafasi’s first art publication.
As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread, we want to take this opportunity to update you on Nafasi’s plan for facing this unprecedented situation. Please take a few minutes to read our response here >
2020 marks the opening of Nafasi Academy for Contemporary Art, Expression, and Inclusion. Read more about our opening and program goals here.
Interview With Luena Winifrid, a self-taught graphic designer and photographer and a a member of Nafasi Art Space, since 2018. He is the first Tanzanian artist who won the Absa L‘Atelier Award
We are pleased to announce our most diverse list of artists yet for our 2020 artist residency program. See the list here.
Art sale / fundraiser for Mzee Alphonce. Details of our exhibition and sale of works to raise funds for Mzee medical expenses. Oct to Dec 2019
Nafasi Art Space congratulates Winifrid Luena on winning the prestigious 34th annual Absa L‘Atelier competition which took place in Cape Town, South Africa this year.
Nafasi Art Space is looking to hire a Business Development and Marketing Manager to join our small but passionate team. The ideal candidate will help Nafasi develop into a sustainable creative hub with increased self-generated revenue, long-term strategic partnerships with businesses and patrons, and an engaging and appealing public presence.
An interview with Nafasi Art Space’s newest Board member, Chabaka Kilumanga.
Chabaka Kilumanga, from Moshi, Tanzania, is a career civil servant and diplomat who has lived and worked across the globe.
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Remembering Jagwa’s Electrifying Frontman, Jackie “Kazimoto” Simela
On 8 December 2018, Jack Simela, or ’Dogo’ Jackie as he was known, the forceful lead singer of Tanzania’s Jagwa Music, died in a car accident in Morogoro. He had just buried his aunt and was on his way from the cemetery.
Eulogy by Rebecca Corey, Director of Nafasi Art Space