The Artists who participate on the NALA project in Namibia are:
(in alphabetical order)
Fillow Nghipandulwa, Frans Uunona, Heather Erdmann, Ilovu Homateni,
John Kalunda, Selma Iipinge, Sunya Beukes , Tafadzwa Mitchel Gatsi (Tafy),
Artist: Selma Iipinge
Place of birth: Etilahi Okaku Village, Owamboland / Namibia
Date of birth: 20.September 1988 Residence today: Windhoek / Namibia
Occupation: Visual Artist College: The College of the Arts Katutura, Windhoek
Majors: Paintings in acrylic, mixed media artworks with beads,
Contact: +264 81 6388509
Art is amazing, art is life that we aliving and art is what we do. Doing art without emotion, is like a chocolate cake without sugar
Art is not what you see, but art is what you do and make other artists and people 's see. I like beading and mixed media because those are very strong techniques
Art is life task and lends courage to both artists and views!!!!
Sunya Shahieda Beukes
Sunya Shahieda Beukes, known as Sue, was born on the 9th of february 1991.
I started drawing from a very young age after I saw my father draw something one day. Ever since art has always had a great impact on my life that's why I decided to go the college of the arts where I'm a 3rd year student, majoring in mixed media paintings and semi realistic drawings. The story on my painting is about how Nala has been exposed to the different cultires in Namibia, how warm and vibrant we are as people.
My name is Trianus Nakale, I am born 1986 in Ekoka , Ohangwena region, Namibia. I am a 3rd year student at the College of Arts. I study visual art (PDD) because I love Art, It is the healing of the nation. Trough Art I want to change the world and make it a better place to live in.
I exhibited at College of Arts twice.
2011, 2012 annual exhibition in October,
National Art Gallery of Namibia, theme:
* Gender based violence on June 2013
* Franco Namibian Culture Centre, FNCC (land matters in art, march 2013)
* The NALA Exhibition, JMAG Gallery, Katutura / Windhoek / Namibia 18.July 2013
Artist: Tafadzwa Mitchell Gatsi (Tafy)
Place of birth / year: Zimbabwe, 1992 Residence today: Windhoek, Namibia
Occupation: 3rd year Art Student in Visional Arts and Crafts ( 2013)
College: The College of Art, Katutura, Windhoek
Special subject: Painting in Acryl, Pencil drawings, Sculpture in Clay
My name is Tafadzwa Mitchell Gatsi, born 1992 in Zimbabwe. I am currently studing diploma in Visual Arts and Crafts and 2013 is my last year of my tree years study. My future view is to start my own ideal mural painting as a business. I look forward on teaching the younger generation of artists to advance their artistically skills.
I choose to study visual arts in order to improve my understanding of creative towards my art itself as it is my purpose and be able to produce great work of art which to viewers will love or inspired.
Artist: John Kalunda
Place of birth / year: Rundu, Namibia, 1986 Residence today: Windhoek, Namibia
Occupation: 3rd year Art Student (2013) in Visional Arts and Crafts
College: The College of Art, Katutura, Windhoek
Majors: Painting in Acryl, mixed media, using found materials
Contact: +264 81 4746 051
My name is John Kalunda M. I was born in 1986 in Kaguni (Rundu), Kavango Region, Namibia.
I started and compleded my education in Kavango. Throught my learning I discovered that arts is my life.
I decided to study it because it is my talent and it allowes me to express my feelings. I decided to come for my further studies for arts to the College of the Arts in Windhoek, the Capital City of Namibia.
I finishing my diploma in Arts in 2013.
2010 * Recycle Exhibition, John Muafangejo Art Gallery, Katutura, Windhoek
2013 * GBV Exhibition, National Art Gallery, Windhoek
* The Nala Project Exhibition, John Muafangejo Art Gallery, Katutura, Windhoek
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latest update: 21.November 2017
NALA Certificates for Exhibition now available.
To all Kenyan Artists who participate in The NALA Project.
Now you can download your personal Certificate.
Your NALA Artwork was shown in 3 International NALA Exhibitions in Kenya and in Germany.
The NALA Project will continue in West Africa in late 2018.
The Certificates for the other Artists who participate in The NALA Project from 2013 to 2016 will coming soon.
Thank you very much for your effort.
André Pilz and little NALA.
Here you can download your Certificate.
latest update: 26.October 2017
NALA´s little TOUR de SUISSE
NALA explored the Italian Part of Switzerland with her new hired bicycle.
Soon here more Photos from her latest Trip in Switzerland.
Click here: NALA in SWITZERLAND
NALA Diashow auf Youtube
Hallo Freunde von NALA.
Auf Youtube gibt es jetzt das kleine Video zu sehen, was während der NALA Ausstellung gezeigt wurde.
Folgt diesem link:
Über ein Feedback würde ich mich sehr freuen. Dieses könnt Ihr hier: Opinion about The NALA Project hinterlassen
NALA Slideshow video on YouTube
On YouTube you can see the little video, which we shown during the NALA ART Exhibition in Leipzig. This Video shows André´s and Nala´s artistic bicycle Journey through Africa.
The titles are in german language, but there are very nice photos to see.
Follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSkB-UHgOeo
It will be lovely if you can leave a comment about the NALA Project here: Opinion about The NALA Project.
Thank you very much
Yours NALA and André
I am currently in: Kassel / Germany
Tel. +49 176 4382 7985
+ André is working very hard to raise money for the next cycling Tour in West Africa.
+ searching new space for more NALA Exhibitions.
NALA and André are busy organizing Events to show the NALA Artworks from eastern and southern Africa.
More updates soon.
We will continue our NALA Project Cycling Tour
middle of 2018
Cycled kilometer: 16.025 km
Tourstart by Bike was: Monday April 1, 2013
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