Shona Sculptures Reception and Public Sale


Since 1991, CAMBA has showcased an extensive collection of Shona sculptures from Zimbabwe, a country in southern Africa whose name means "house of stone." The sculptures reflect the deeply held spiritual beliefs, folklore and daily life of Zimbabwe's largest ethnic group.
​Come visit 19 Winthrop Street gallery in Brooklyn to buy affordable, original artwork from Zimbabwe's Shona artists for your home or garden. Your purchase helps fund CAMBA's services for 45,000 New Yorkers in need. CAMBA has more than 650 stone sculptures with prices ranging from $25 to $15,000. 
Visit to view sculptures online.

Opening Cocktail Reception

$75 per ticket 
Thursday, April 6, 2017  |  6 to 9 p.m.
Honoring our Dedicated Volunteers and Supporters:
  • Meredith Dros, Penguin Random House Global Walk 
  • Collegiate Express Tutor
  • The Kensington Family Shelter Volunteers


We hope that you will consider joining the growing list of businesses supporting our benefit. The Journal and Price Guide will be distributed at the reception and to the hundreds of visitors to the gallery through April 9.

Please contact Maryann Housen at (718) 287-2600, ext. 20264 or for more information.

​$1,000 Sponsorship Package:

  • ​Full Page Ad in the Journal and Price Guide (4.375"w x 7.5"h)
  • 2 Event Tickets

​$500 Full Page Ad:

  • ​Full Page Ad in the Journal and Price Guide (4.375"w x 7.5"h)

​$300 Half Page Ad:

  • ​Half Page Ad in the Journal and Price Guide (4.375"w x 3.625"h)


Public Sale

FREE​ Admission
April 7  to  9, 2017  |  1 to 6 p.m.


CAMBA Shona Gallery 
19 Winthrop Street, 4th Floor · Brooklyn, NY 11225
Gallery Phone: (718) 284 – 9064 or (718) 287 – 2600 ext. 20264
ShonaSculptureGallery-486px.jpg Photo Credit: Anthony Collins    


To Learn More and Buy a Sculpture


CAMBA Shona Gallery
19 Winthrop Street, 4th Fl.
Brooklyn, NY 11225

Gallery Phone:

(718) 284 – 9064
(718) 287 – 2600 ext. 20264​


1720 Church Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11226
CAMBA is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. All voice telephone numbers on this document may be reached by persons using TTD/TTY equipment via the New York State relay number 1-800-662-1220.

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