AWARDS

Open Society Foundation, Soros Arts Fellowship, 2019 - 2020

RESIDENCIES

2018

Wendy's Subway, New York

New Inc, New Museum, New York

2017

Keleketla! Library, Johannesburg

LECTURES AND PANELS

2018

Black Portals, VCU Arts Research Institute, Richmond

African Mobilities - Im/mobility + Afro-Imaginary, Global Africa Lab, Afro-Imaginaries, Columbia University, New York

Archive Fever, Wendy's Subway, New York

Inventing the Past, Cooper IDS lecture series, Cooper Union, New York

Finding A Way Through The Digital, Ways of Knowing Cities Conference, Graduate School for Architecture Planning and Preservation, Columbia University, New York

Digital Repatriation, CUNY Graduarte Centre, New York

2017

International Conference on African Cultures, National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare

EVENTS AND PUBLIC PROGRAMS

2018

Black Portals, Harare, Johannesburg, Addis Ababa

After The Drought and Hunger (Screening), Wendy's Subway residency, New York

Archive Fever: Wendy's Subway residency, New York

Home Means Nothing To Me, Keleketla! Library, Johannesburg

Home Means Nothing To Me Launch Party, Keleketla! Library, Johannesburg

Bricks in the Kiln Publication Launch, Chicago Artbook Fair, Chicago

2017

Free For All, ICA, Philedaphia

Brown Paper Bag Art Book Fair, MoCADA, New York

2016

Detroit Art Book fairs, Trinosophes, Detroit

MoMA Pop Rally, MoMA, New York

2015

Pan African Space Station POP-UP Live at Performa 15, New York

ARTICLES AND ESSAYS (Authored by Black Chalk & Co.)

2019

Ways of Knowing Cities, Edited by Laura Kurgan, Dare Brawley, Columbia Books on Architecture and the City, 2019

Some Writers Can Give You Two Heartbeats, Edited by Nontsikelelo Mutiti and Tinashe Mushakavanhu, Richmond, 2019

REVIEWS AND PRESS ARTICLES (Writing about Black Chalk & Co.)

2020

Sosibo, Kwanele (2020, January 24), 'Dedicated to Heartbeats' Mail & Guardian link

Vera, Yvonne (2020, January 24), 'Writing is about revelations and reversals' Mail & Guardian link

Sosibo, Kwanele (2020, January 20), 'Book's design helps retrace steps over time' Mail & Guardian link

2019

Kennedy, Randy, ed. (Winter 2019), 'New and Forthcoming Books' Ursula, Hauser and Wirth Issue 5

Rainbow, Greta (2019, December 4), 'Telling the story of Zimbabwe's Subversive Creatives', Lithub, link, accessed March 19, 2020

Mattern, Shannon (2019, October), 'Fugitive Libraries', Places Journal, link, accessed March 19, 2020

2018

Obi-young, Otosirieze (2018, December), Zimbabwean Mapping Project Documents the Movements of Dambudzo Marechera in Harare, Brittle Paper, link, accessed March 19, 2020

INTERVIEWS AND PROFILES (Writing about BLACK CHALK & Co.)

2019

McClure, Diana (2019, May 1), Contemporary African Art Through African Eyes, Afropunk, link, accessed March 19, 2020

2018

(2018, June 3), Home means nothing to me, Chimurenga Chronic, link , accessed March 19, 2020

Embuscado, Rain (2018), Black Chalk & Co. Is Building An Archive Of Zimbabwe's Stories, NEW INC Stream, link, accessed March 19, 2020

MENTIONS (BLACK CHALK & Co.)

2019

ElGenaidi, Deena (2019, April 30), Your Concise Guide to Frieze Week 2019, Hyperallergic, link, accessed March 19, 2020

Armstrong, Annie (2019, April 25), Open Society Foundations Name Winners of 2019 Soros Arts Fellowships, ArtNews, link, accessed March 19, 2020

Isama, Antoinette (2019, April 15), '1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair NY Marks 5 Years Making Manhattan's Industria Its New Home' Okayafrica, link , accessed March 19, 2020

Weber, Jasmine (2019, May 3), 'The tantalizing photographic figure at 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair', Hyperallergic, link, accessed March 19, 2020

2018

Akpa, Prince (2018, July 12), Accra To Host Republica, Europe's Largest Digital And Internet Conference, Modern Ghana, link, accessed March 19, 2020