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Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111

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Fulginiti Pavilion Zimbabwe Art & Sculpture Auction (December 6, 2012)

The ZATA Project hosted a Zimbabwe Art and Sculpture Auction as part of a University of Colorado World AIDS Day event. It was held at the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Center campus. The event took place on Thursday, December 6, 2012 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. The silent auction of the art began on Monday, December 3, 2012, culminating in a catered event and final auction on December 6, 2012. Thank you ZATA donors and art buyers for your continued support! We would also like to thank Dr. Teresa Jones and David Weil at the Fulginiti Pavilion for making this event so successful.


The ZATA Project is excited about its new website and would like to thank David Glade for his help in designing a new way for ZATA to reach generous donors and buyers of original beautiful Zimbabwean artwork and Shona sculpture. We would love your feedback!

A significant amount of ZATA funds are now supporting HIV/AIDS treatment at the AIDS Research Unit, University of Zimbabwe for more than 900 HIV-infected patients.

We are selling 30 spectacular Shona sculptures received from Roy and Marcey Guthrie, former owners of the Chapungu Sculpture Gallery in Loveland, Colorado. 20% of the proceeds wll go for ZATA Project expenses in Zimbabwe. The sculptures are in the Gallery section of our website. Our apologies, but while we will deliver purchased sculptures to buyers free of charge in the Denver metropolitan area, we cannot ship them outside of the area because of breakage and expense.

ZATA has placed ZATA artwork in the Colorado State Capitol office #224 for the public to see and then buy through our website. David Sugar Wholesale in Longmont, Colorado has framed the artwork beautifully. 

Stay tuned for an for more information about the CU Anschutz Medical campus event on December 6, 2012.