Collector Sculptures added to our online collection

We have been collecting and keeping a private stock of over 200 sculptures dating back as far as year 2005. We have finally decided to release the collection and sale it online Please visit our online store to view some of the artworks we have uploaded today. Visit collection Featured Links: Wholesale Facility ENJOY YOUR…

Contribution of art to travel, tourism and the Zimbabwe economy

BY SIMBARASHE RUSSELL SIYAKURIMA To argue the contribution of art in travel and tourism, one has to understand the two factors in question. Art and Tourism. In very simplistic terminology, Travel and Tourism has to do with the sightseeing, exporting the scenic national natural beauty, promoting international understanding through popular cultural exchange programs, etc. The…

Open Invitation to the meeting with the Minister of Sport, Arts and Recreation at the Chitungwiza Arts Centre – 16th January

The Ministry of Sport, Arts and Recreation and the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) is cordially inviting Artists, Arts Organizations and Associations and Arts Promoters to attend the Minister Meet the Artists Forum to be held at Chitungwiza Arts Centre in Chitungwiza. The Minister of Sport, Arts and Recreation Honourable Kazembe Kazembe is on…

Thinking Beyond the Extinction of Zimbabwean Stone Sculpture.

By Alois Vinga “Happy Independence Day Zimbabwe Today 18 April But you are more than 31 years old You are an ancient land of old, Dating far back to the mighty days The days of MaDzimbabwe The days when animals and man could speak The days when man had no greed in his heart The…

Looking for an investment? African art is hotter than gold

(CNN)Amid strong demand and skyrocketing prices, contemporary African art is increasingly attracting the attention of investors worldwide. While that might irk the purest at heart among some art collectors, it is a testament to the growing interest that African artists have spurred on the international markets.

History of Zimbabwe Shona stone sculpturing

Stone sculpturing in Zimbabwe is one of the oldest forms of artistic expression. It is also referred to as Shona stone sculpturing. This is so because one of the oldest notable forms of artworks is the stone-carved Zimbabwe Bird. The stone carving is the national emblem of Zimbabwe, appearing on the national flag and coat…

The Sculpting of a Masterpiece Part 6

This article has been a long time coming. I’ve been trying to strike a balance between finishing my feature and the Artist’s need for more time and less pressure in sculpting the featured sculpture; eventually the artist or should I say art won because nothing beats perfection in art. Isaac Choloka the stone sculptor whose…

TIME TO SPEND AND SAVE 5 TO 10% OF YOUR MONEY ON ART COLLECTIONS

Here is a promotion bonanza for our entire valued customers worldwide. This bonanza stretches to all products on sale on our shopping cart. AVAC Arts is offering you a 5% discount on every product bought online and a spectacular 10% discount to those customers who buy 10 products or more online. This promotion is running…

JIBILIKA Dance Festival 2015 (Provincial finals)

AVAC Arts is collaborating with the Chitungwiza Arts Centre to promote and partner the Zimbabwe’s premier dance festival, JIBILIKA finals 2015. Jibilika Dance Trust is a youth run organisation which seeks to mobilise and engage young people in positive social actions through popular youth culture.  Through this initiative, young people are equipped with the necessary…

Zimbabwe the Home of African Stone Sculpture.

  Zimbabwean stone sculptures are of high quality and are ranked among the best art pieces ever produced in the world. They indicate a great deal of originality and creativity due to the effort put during their sculpting processes. All artists that are being promoted by  AVAC Arts practice the basic and truest forms of…

Petrified/ fosilised wood and products on sell.

Liberty Tshuma an artist managed and working with AVAC Arts has some blocks of petrified wood which is a rare collection he currently have on sell. This form of a stone he collects from Gokwe and Dande area of Mbire in Zimbabwe, areas regularized by the nation’s board of Parks, Forests and Wildlife. Petrified wood…

I finally understand blogging and how to blog

I had been contemplating for sometime on blogging but I was not sure how to start. Everyday l would ask myself what to write about and how to start. Starting to anything meaningful is always very difficult. After much thought and consideration given my background as a former Banker, Economics graduate, Revenue specialist with the…

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