Alpheus Mvula painting mural in Vantaa Finland 2000
Alpheus Mvula painting mural in Vantaa Finland 2000

Alpheus Mvula Sculptures, paintings, prints. Windhoek Namibia
The Artist of the Month in May 07 in Gallery KekeTop is Alpheus Mvula. He currently lives and works in Windhoek Namibia.

Alpheus Mvula painting mural in Vantaa Finland 2000
Alpheus Mvula painting mural in Vantaa Finland 2000

Curriculum Vitae
Alpheus Mvula, Art Studio and Sculpture Garden P.o.Box. 50012 Windhoek, Namibia
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Born 1972, Namibia
Lives and works in Namibia
Art biography
1994-1999 John Muafangejo Art Centre.
1997-1998 University of Namibia
1998 Natal Technikon and Bat Centre S.A
1999 Award at John Muafangejo Art Centre
2001-2003 Member of Management Committee National Art Gallery of Namibia
2001-2004 Italian Art Theory university of Namibia
2002-2004 Art Diploma graduation at college for arts Namibia
2004 Evangelisch kirchenkreis/steinfurt coesfeld broken Germany
2006 Award DAAD Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst
2007-2008 University of the Arts Bremen

Chairman for VAN-Visual Art in Namibia, president of art in the house found of Onakazizi Community project and Oniipa Art Centre.
Educational Officer-National Art Gallery of Namibia
Culture in the Neighbour hood: Art teacher in Namibia and Finland
Windhoek International School
St Paul College
Lecture College for arts
Co-ordinator and Facilitor ( Pedagogies) visual art teachers workshop
Mural painting for Legal Assistance Centre Domestic violence against women and children abuse.
Mural painting for UNESCO in Namibia and Finland
Mural Painting for “Farbfieber” Namibia and Germany
Mural painting in Johanesberg, S.A
Printmaking, cardboard technique display at the National Art Gallery of Namibia,
Freie Raum Köln, Germany,
Gjutars House Hakkunila, Finland
Gaborone Thapong Art Centre Botswana
Ongwediva College of Education, visual art teacher’s workshop coordinator and Facilitator. Ongwediva College of Education, workshop for basket weavers and potters, coordinator and theory facilitator.
NIED, Namibia institution of education, visual art facilitor.

Solo Exhibitions
1998 Bat Centre Durban S.A
1998 National Art Gallery of Namibia
1999 Annantalo Art Centre Finland
2000 National Art Gallery of Namibia
2001 National Art Gallery of Namibia
2002 Caisa Cultural Centre Finland
2002 Swakopmund Art Association
2003 Wald Hotel in Germany
2004 GTZ Berlin in Germany
2004 Borken Museum Germany
2004 National Art Gallery of Namibia
2005 Gerthermann restaurant
2005 French Delicious Restaurant
2006 Swakopmound Art Association
2006 National Art Gallery of Namibia
2007 Freie Raum Gallery Koln Germany
2007Carl Duisburg Centre Köln Germany

Group Exhibition
1997-2003 Tulipamwe International Artist Exhibition
1997 Poland printmakers international
1998 Mbile International Artist in Zambia
1999-2000 JMAC Group Exhibitions
1998 JMAC group exhibition in Botswana
2000 HIV-Aids National Art Gallery of Namibia
2000 SADC Group Exhibitions.
2001 National Art Gallery of Namibia
2002 Namibia Art Today
2002 Namibian Artists Exhibition in Germany
2003 Standard Bank Biennale
2002-2004 College for Art Student Exhibition
2003 Mal-Art inWisel Germany
2004 South Africa ,Johersberg
2004 tribute to late Samuel exhibitions
2005 Stard bank Biennale
2005 European House Art Exhibition, Windhoek
2005 UNESCO Cluster, National Art Gallery of Namibia
2005 Cardboard printmaking in Sweden
2005 Art in the House, Windhoek
2005 Van-Visual art in Namibia, Windhoek
2005 tribute to john Muafangejo
2005 Cardboard display in Botswana, Gaborone
2005 Tapongo Artist workshop and exhibition, Botswana
2006 award DAAD scholarship in Bremen
2007 Group exhibition in lotter, Osnabruck

Public Collection
National Art Gallery of Namibia;
High Supreme Court of Namibia NAMDEB,
Ministry of Basic Education, Sport and Culture,
Ministry of Justice Swakmound Art Association
Private Collection
South Africa, Namibia, United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada, Europe, Finland, Norway, Germany, Switzerland Sweden, Poland and Denmark