The Incubator ZW

The Incubator ZW was founded in 2018 as a response to a call by British Council, Alliance Francaise and Zimbabwe Goethe Institute, in order to encourage more content from female creatives. The initial idea was to create a hub for female creatives that enabled them to collaborate freely, and use art to share their narratives and encourage conversations that would encourage more involvement of women in political, social and communal processes and decision making.

Some of Our Partners


The Vision Statement

The nexus of creatives ready to shake, innovate and advocate for a more inclusive future


Turning flickers into  flames


Help creatives to think bigger, better and wiser Empowering creatives that use art to make impactful change


A fun, cheeky and thought provoking biweekly podcast about the burden and blessing of being a female and a ‘youth’ in the 21st Century. We’re a supportive forum to discuss the big topics all 21st century women and youth are questioning, fighting, agreeing with and ignoring . We are also a forum that advocates for freedom of speech, freedom of association and freedom of choice.

Activism Campaigns

Art can be a powerful tool for activists. It can grapple with the world and bring about changes that are much needed. It can start conversations and leave footprints that last forever. As Incubator ZW we use art as a form of activism, we do not believe in art for arts sake but to effect change .

Marginalised Communities Programs

Marginlised communities deserve equal opportunities to develop their talents. As the Incubator ZW we host many training, networking and advocacy programs for creatives with disabilities and creatives in marginalised areas.

Listening Party

A new interactive performance platform that gives performers the opportunity to get honest and live feedback from their potential new market and audience and gives the audience an intimate authentic creative experience

Blog Posts

Society vs Sexual Health

Her Hour ZW caught up with Zim’s youngest Parliamentarian Vincent Tsvangirai discussing Society vs Sexual Health

Religion vs Sexual Health

We are back and this time we touching on a sensitive subject between Religion and the idea of abortion. We also went into the streets