The Bird Exchange Exhibition of Art, Storytelling & Music
Created by school children in Livingstone Zambia

Exciting NEW Exhibition...

Starting in 2 weeks time...


created by school children in Livingstone Zambia and Scotland

Venue: The Livingstone Museum
Dates:  Open to the public from Tuesday 18 March – Friday 14 April 2014

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We have established cultural and educational links between Zambian and Scottish schools through art, storytelling & Music, with the help of The Bird Exchange creator, Ewan McVicar in Scotland. The first exchanges of bird images arrived in Zambia in 2013 from 18 schools around Scotland and two Zambian schools sent paintings of birds across to Scotland. This has developed into Cultural and Educational exchanges of information between schools in both countries using art, storytelling and Music via courier and the internet.

The Exhibition 
is open to the public from Tuesday 18 March through to 14 AprilIt will showcase an amazing display of art, storytelling & music from 14 Livingstone schools where many of the children have never before used paints or done any arts or crafts.

This project is giving so much fun and excitement to school children here in Livingstone, many of whom are vulnerable children and orphans. Visit the Livingstone 2013 website for more information on the Exchange Project.

ALL EXHIBITS IN THE EXHIBITION WILL BE GOING TO SCOTLAND for distribution to participating Scottish schools. The PRIZE WINNERS artwork will form part of an e-visual arts exhibition which will tour Scottlsh Schools taking part in this exchange with Zambia. The Songs will be uploaded onto the website.

LACP children working on their masks for the competition

LACP children working on their entries.

Suggested themes for Exhibition entries were:
  •       Migrating Birds – real or imaginary
  •       Living in Our town Livingstone  – descriptions, anecdotes, housing, facilities
  •       Working the Land – first hand accounts of small-scale farming, tools, harvest.
  •       Animal story – first hand factual experiences of the writer
  •       Traditional stories from their own culture about animals.
  •       The footsteps / tracks of David Livingstone and his legacy to Livingstone

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Please download our poster from our Image Gallery for display in your lodge or shop.

We wish to thank the following organisations for supporting this Exhibition

African Impact / The Happy Africa Foundation • Agnes Yombe • Benjamin Mibenge • Bukhans
Chansa Chishimba • Cynthia Chisangano • Gill Zulu • Golden Leaf Restaurant • Humphry Mhango
JC le Roux • Livingstone District Education Office • Nederberg SA • Safari Par Excellence

Sylvia Mwando • The British Council Digital Hub Livingstone • The British High Commission in Lusaka
The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa • The Greens Restaurant
The Livingstone Museum • The Zambezi Traveller • Visual Arts Council • Zambezi FM
Zambia Tourism Board




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We would like to acknowledge the following for use of their images: WayiWayi Gallery; Belinda Hodge.