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Zambian Art and Design Show

12 November, 2016 @ 10:00 - 13 November, 2016 @ 16:00

Zambia Art & Design Show 2016

zads_logo-1Evolving from a small Christmas fair in the back garden at Sugar Bush Farm, The Zambian Art and Design Show has evolved to become the biggest showcasing event in the art and design industry in Zambia.

The Zambian Art and Design Show (ZADS) aims to bring together Zambian artists and designers to showcase their works before their would-be potential buyers that include both local and international visitors. Zambian Art and Design Show is a fair that allows Zambian craftsmen to bring their best handmade works in furniture, kitchenware, jewelry, recycled fashion and hand woven rugs and textiles.

Each year a good number of Zambian artists and high end craft producers are booked to exhibit under canvas everything from T-shirts to handmade glassware, furniture, jewellery and gourmet, fashion, to hand painted textiles, leather luggage and pottery. All of it inspired, designed and produced in Zambia or one of our neighboring countries and all of it made to a very high standard.

ZADS has become a much anticipated annual event and certainly the single best opportunity to see and buy the very best of Zambia’s quality products.

ZMW 50 Adults

ZMW 20 Pensioners

Children Under 12 Free



12 November, 2016 @ 10:00
13 November, 2016 @ 16:00
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Zambian Arts and Design Show
+260 (97) 7808002


Leopards Hill Polocrosse Club
Off Leopards Hill Road
Leopards Hill, Zambia
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Zambia, unlike most of its neighbours, has managed to avoid the war and upheaval that has marked much of Africa