This year’s edition is about understanding our challenges, (illness or fever) and looking forward to better things, and celebrating what the country, and by extension humanity at large, has gone through and wishes for the future.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic some of our best shows will be watched live on our website and various social media platforms. Watch the best shows and attend insightful workshops in the comfort of your home. To see which shows will be streamed online please download our schedule.
INTWASA SHORT STORY COMPETITION 2019 After a four year hiatus, the Intwasa Short Story Competition is back and calling for entries. The competition is an annual literary event seeking to promote original creative writing talent in English. The competition also seeks to promote Zimbabwean narratives from Zimbabwean writers be they in Zimbabwe or living in […]
Curatorial Statement: Mthabisi Phili The Realities and Experiences Exhibition will open on the 28th of September at the National Gallery in Bulawayo during the 2018 edition of Intwasa Arts Festival koBulawayo. Zimbabwe has been a host of realities and experiences from social, political, economic and religious spheres. Beginning with the 2016 July protests, the Zimbabwean […]
Intwasa Extra, taking place from the 28th to the 31st of December 2017, is a spill over program from the main Intwasa Arts Festival koBulawayo that takes place every year during the month of September in the city of Bulawayo. The four day arts extravaganza coming under the theme “Celebrating a New Era” is basically […]