Towards the end of 2020 GFI Gallery in Gqeberha commissioned a small tapestry from KAP exploring the rural to urban connection so intimately understood by Keiskamma artists. They bought the tapestry, and dedicated a light filled room of the gallery to a permanent shop and gallery space for KAP, a thriving outlet for the sale of our work to this day. Over four years, GFI Gallery, under the leadership of Dorothea Moors has been a safe haven for ideas, a hub of connections, and with the help of Anna Stewart and Rose von Wildemann, home away from Hamburg for KAP. We have been invited to participate in numerous group shows, one in particular with Textile Artists Port Elizabeth (TAPE) that cemented our friendship with textile/fibre artist and trainer Angie Weisswange who was invaluable in training KAP artists on turning waste into art for the Umlibo tapestry. We look forward to the up and coming exhibition ‘Unsettled’ in September.