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[[Chirikure Chirikure|Chirikure]] was guest of honour at an exhibition hosted by [[Chinhoyi University of Technology]] final year student Darius Mutamba. The exhibition showcased photography, print works, three-dimensional sculpture, drawings and paintings centred on nudity, at the KooVah Gallery in [[Harare]].[[Chinhoyi]] student Darius Mutamba sought to debunk the belief that nudity was taboo.
 
[[Chirikure Chirikure|Chirikure]] was guest of honour at an exhibition hosted by [[Chinhoyi University of Technology]] final year student Darius Mutamba. The exhibition showcased photography, print works, three-dimensional sculpture, drawings and paintings centred on nudity, at the KooVah Gallery in [[Harare]].[[Chinhoyi]] student Darius Mutamba sought to debunk the belief that nudity was taboo.
  
Chirikure urged upcoming artist to be driven by passion not monetary benefits, <bockquote>"Upcoming artists, especially those still in school, should not be inspired to pass so that they get their diplomas or degrees and get into the mainstream to make money and lose their focus and creativity, which is all that takes their careers to greater heights"</blockquote>
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Chirikure urged upcoming artist to be driven by passion not monetary benefits, <blockquote>"Upcoming artists, especially those still in school, should not be inspired to pass so that they get their diplomas or degrees and get into the mainstream to make money and lose their focus and creativity, which is all that takes their careers to greater heights"</blockquote>
  
 
[https://www.newsday.co.zw/2016/06/03/chirikure-opens-nudity-exhibition/ Read full story on NewsDay]
 
[https://www.newsday.co.zw/2016/06/03/chirikure-opens-nudity-exhibition/ Read full story on NewsDay]

Latest revision as of 07:22, 3 June 2016

<vote /> Chirikure was guest of honour at an exhibition hosted by Chinhoyi University of Technology final year student Darius Mutamba. The exhibition showcased photography, print works, three-dimensional sculpture, drawings and paintings centred on nudity, at the KooVah Gallery in Harare.Chinhoyi student Darius Mutamba sought to debunk the belief that nudity was taboo.

Chirikure urged upcoming artist to be driven by passion not monetary benefits,

"Upcoming artists, especially those still in school, should not be inspired to pass so that they get their diplomas or degrees and get into the mainstream to make money and lose their focus and creativity, which is all that takes their careers to greater heights"

Read full story on NewsDay


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