Call to Artists!

August 15, 2007 at 10:25 am 1 comment

The National Museums of Kenya invites artists who are citizens of or are residents in Kenya to apply for the opportunity to be commissioned for public art pieces for the newly refurbished Nairobi National Musuem. The selected pieces will be purchased by the Nairobi National Museum for its permanent collection. This project is open to two and three dimensional outdoor work, specified per location and including murals, mosaics, sculptures, collage and mixed media.

To request via E-mail: publicrelations@museums.or.ke
Contacts: Purity Tel: 3742131-4 EXT 271
Eileen (Mobile): +254 722 229 477

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Call for nominations: ACT Awards 2007
Nominations are open for The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) Awards 2007 presented by Nedbank and supported by Classic feel Magazine. The annual ACT Awards recognise and reward the work done by individuals, organisations and agencies who played a supportive role in the development of arts, culture and creativity in South Africa. The awards are a celebration of excellence in the areas often hidden from the public eye.

For more information go to : http://www.artzone.co.za/template_level2.asp?parentseq=3070

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