“Zimbabwe is my home, I grew up in Harare although I spent a lot of time in the United States. It is our desire with Patience Tawengwa (her local partner in numerous projects), through Almasi Collaborative Arts, to that Zimbabwean artists do better and get more opportunities to showcase their talent.
“We thought how we could create a real strong platform for them, something that lasts with great foundation. We should invest in artists and opportunities. They can develop their crafts and their voices can be heard globally,” she said.