There is a tradition of mural painting in Makwatcha, a city near Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. They are made by women with locally developed natural pigments. Invited to take part of the 4th Lubumbashi Biennial, the artist proposed developing with the community a project similar to the one she runs at Jardim Miriam Arte Club (JAMAC), in São Paulo, focusing on education and income generation through culture. The prints that make up the work are the result of this partnership, documented by the Congolese photographer Georges Senga.