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Zimbabwe Cultural Centre in Detroit (ZCCD) mission is to educate, archive, and promote the arts and culture of Zimbabwe. Our goal is to encourage strong ties between culture producers and residents in both Zimbabwe and abroad acting as catalysts for critical artistic production as well as cultural exchange between diverse communities.



PARTERS / N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art

(Left to Right) Chido Johnson, Masimba Hwati, George N’Namdi (Founder and Director), Thando Sibanda and his wife Truthie who were visiting from Zimbabwe. The image was taken at N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art during the exchibit Simbi dze basa, Masimba Hwati was one of the exhibiting artist whose work is in the picture hanging, 2015

The N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art is a nonprofit dedicated to enlightenment through the arts. Created by George N’Namdi, this state of the art facility includes four exhibition spaces, including indoor and outdoor performance areas. George N’Namdi is a leading art dealer, with 30+ years experience as a gallery owner. The Center continues N’Namdi’s work in the preservation of master artists and providing local artists a home for their art, including performance art and experiential theater.

The Center also offers an array of programming including juried shows, lectures, art invitationals, family events, and an artist in residence program. The N’Namdi Center Complex houses Seva, a vegetarian restaurant; a gift and bookstore; wine bar; and additional boutique stores.

In addition to the exhibitions on view in our galleries, the N’Namdi offers a variety of programs designed to promote understanding, appreciation and knowledge of the arts.

To learn more visit nnamdicenter.org