ArtMalawi Residency

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Wimbe Artist Residency & Exhibition

In partnership with ArtMalawi and acclaimed Malawian artist Charles Levison, Madalitso Ziwaoh, Samuel Ndalema, and Manota Mphande, Moving Windmills Project will help sponsor an exhibition, workshop, and residency that supports education, creativity, and community at our Education Centers.

Arts education supports creative thinking, problem-solving, cognitive development, and pride and confidence in the learning environment. We need your support to complete this project, help uplift Malawian artists today and inspire a new generation of creative thinkers.

About the artists

Madalitso Ziwaoh

Madalitso Ziwaoh is a visual artist who specializes in portraits, landscapes, abstracts, wildlife, mural paintings, and signage. A self-taught artist, Madalitso began drawing at age 8 and painting years later.

Madalitso’s work has been displayed at the Art In The Park (formerly known as WESM Art Fest), SGW Art Exhibition, Blantyre Arts Festival, Africa Fashion Festival, the Bingu International Convention Center, and the British Council, Jacaranda Cultural Center, and KwaHaraba Art Gallery among others.

Charles Levison

Charles Levison was trained as a bricklayer before shifting to film and art. Charles studied at Nthililo arts Gallery Studio in Blantyre before becoming a teacher. Charles currently teaches high school art in Lilongwe.
Charles’ works are inspired by nature and he paints in the impressionistic style. His work has been displayed in a dual-exhibition at Jacaranda cultural center, by Youth-to-Youth empowerment, Unwomen Art Against violence, Kauma primary school, and the WESM annual exhibition.