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May 6, 2016 3:00 , by Nora Landkammer - | No one following this article yet.

The Lumbumbashi working group is based at Waza Arts Centre (formerly Picha Arts Centre). Waza has a mission to support artists in their creation and provide them with a space to share it with the public. The Art Centre has for this purpose, in addition to its office, a project space for exhibition or conference, a sound recording studio, a library, a bar and aliving space for artists in residence. Waza has 4 main lines of activity: a monthly collaborative programme in the open space ou waza wazi, the reflection on urban landscapes through artistic interventions in dialogue with the communities (Mitaani projects), involving young people in research and experimentation with alternative pedagogies (Loop’) and the Atelier Discursif de Décembre. The research in Intertwining HiStories is led by Patrick Mudekereza and Véronique Poverello.