Francistown promotes visual arts

This exhibition will feature fine artists such as Martin Sefhako
This exhibition will feature fine artists such as Martin Sefhako

The organisers of Francistown Arts Meeting have given visual arts a limelight by hosting an exhibition from November 28 to 30, 2019.

The first two days will be an indoor exhibition that will be held at Civic Centre while the last day will be an outdoor exhibition by Kenneth Nkhwa International Interchange popularly known as Spaghetti junction. It will take three consecutive days.

In an interview with one of the event coordinators,  Keoagile Bonang told Arts and Culture that the exhibition targets the visual and performing arts but due to budget constraints, this year they decided to only focus on visual artists.

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