Porträtt

Porträtt målade av Charles Njau, bl.a. av H.M. Drottning Silvia.

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Porträtt

Offentliga arbeten

Ett urval av Charles Njaus insatser som utsmyckare av våra offentliga miljöer.

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Offentliga arbeten



TENURE IN OFFICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA FROM 2015-2025,
HIS EXCELLENCY DR JOHN POMBE JOSEPH MAGUFULI

Installationer

Installationer utförda av Charles Njau, t.ex. "Before Tea Time", "Integration" och "Serengeti".

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Installationer

Kall bok

Berättelser ur Kall bok av Charles Njau. I två kapitel: Berättelser ur snöbok och Berättelser ur isbok.

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Kall bok

TENURE IN OFFICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA FROM 1964-1985,
HIS EXCELLENCY MWALIMU JULIUS K NYERERE
IN AND OUT

"IN AND OUT" Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation: Stockholm Oslo London Berlin Dubai Muscat New Delhi Nairobi Dar es Salaam Zanzibar by Visual Artist Charles A Njau in conjunction with (IAO) NGO International Advisory Committee members..

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"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science."
Albert Einstein

"Works of art and achievements of science are products of the intellect which, like land, is one of God's gifts to Man."
Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere

"The true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection."
Michelangelo


Visual Artist Charles A Njau was born in Marangu on the slopes of Mountain Kilimanjaro in Tanzania with such environment, traditions, landscape, people and the Chagga Music played in these two videos you would hear. At Kibo Art Gallery in Marangu that was founded by his grandfather Filipo Njau and his uncle Visual Artist Elimo Njau, such Chagga music used to be played regularly on Saturdays at Kibo Art gallery in Marangu and people from the vicinity and beyond used to come to listen to Chagga music and dance. Kibo Art Gallery in Marangu was visited by Mwalimu J K Nyerere who was a great admirer of art with his delegation from the Tanzanian government of that time on the 14th November 1967, and with special dedication, Chagga Music and dance were performed during that visit to Kibo Art Gallery in Marangu. That was accompanied by special ceremony of drinking Pombe in calabash (banana beer in calabash) as you can see in both videos. Mwalimu J K Nyerere and Charles grandfather Filipo Njau drank their Pombe from the same calabash as they passed it over to each other with great pride and amusement as they said cheers to each other in a traditional Chagga way. More about the visit you would find articulated in our IAO Constitution that can be seen and read at this website. Please enjoy visiting our IAO website here for Mwalimu J K Nyerere Artfoundation for supporting women artists and disadvantaged artists, and watch and listen to these two interesting youtube videos namely: CHAMECHA & SONYIWACHAKA by very talented Artist Lyimo. (More about the Flags and Names above ref. IAO Constitution PAGES 25-28)