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*Visual Art takes centre stage in Ghetto as FAM returns

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DREAM-TEAM- Bonang -(l)-and- Hakim

The paintbrushes are out and the canvases ready as the Francistown Arts Meeting (FAM) makes its colourful return to the second city this week.

Now in its third edition, the visual arts extravaganza is set for 21 – 26 November.

The fun starts with a five-day Indoor Exhibition at Chedu Choga hall, where the works of artists such as Wilson Ngoni, Rachel Hutton, Timothy Dike and Calvin Morake will be on display.


Speaking to Voice Entertainment this week, Event Coordinator, Keoagile ‘Spokes’ Bonang says in total they hope to ...

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