Fine artist Forgiveness Mujokeri to present a solo act ‘The Lost Identity’
Fine artist Forgiveness Mujokeri is holding a thought-provoking solo Art Exhibition dubbed “The Lost Identity” from 6th of August at the Iranian Culture Centre in Mount Pleasant and will run until the 18th of August.
The exhibition seeks to anchor in people’s conscience the importance of having tolerance towards other people’s existence, respecting their cultures, religions, and traditions.
“The Lost Identity” also signifies the existence and importance of each and every person, tribe, species, race, family and religion in the world.
Currently studying for a Diploma in Fine Arts at Harare Polytechnic College, Mujokeri was born and raised in Redcliff, Kwekwe, where he pursued his primary education at Redcliff Primary School. The artist proceeded to Batanai High School for his secondary education, formally starting his artistic journey thereafter, in 2010, when he enrolled at Harare Polytechnic College.
Mujokeri also taught art at Queen Elizabeth Girls High School as a student teacher in 2016 for one term and has exhibited his artworks at Tertiary Institutions Festival of Art (TIFAZ) where he was representing Harare Polytechnic College.