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2005-08-29 | Samson Kambalu at Acme's Fire Station residence, Londen

Samson Kambalu, artist from Malawi, and former resident at the Thami Mnyele studio in 2000, is awarded a residence at Acme's Fire Station work/live space, as part of their ongoing programme. Among eleven artists who have been awarded this five year residence stay, Samson Kambalu will continue to realise an expressionist art form called Holyballism that references football and the bible.

This is the third phase of the Fire Station residencies that commenced in 1997 and have already supported thirty artists. Acme is a leading agency for development of affordable workspace for artists in London and manages over 400 studio units, two work/live programmes and seventeen houses.

Thami Mnyele Foundation promotes the exchange of art and culture between Africa and the Netherlands.