Event: Open Show Nairobi January Edition, Jan. 17 2014 @ the NEST

January 9, 2014 at 12:49 pm 1 comment

Open Show
Date: Friday, January 17 2014
Venue: The Nest
Time: 7 pm

About
Open Show is a global, volunteer-run platform for visual storytelling through photography, film and multimedia. Our monthly events showcase 5 presenters each with 10-15 minutes to show 20 images or 3-8 mins of video or multimedia. They can use the time to talk about their presentation as much or as little as they want within the time frame. Our mission at Open Show is to use the visual medium of storytelling to create conversation rather than a lecture-style presentation, and so the audience will be able to connect directly with the presenter by asking questions, and providing comments and feedback.

NB: Open Show Nairobi are always looking for more presenters, so if you are interested in presenting 20 of your photos or 3-8mins of video, we highly encourage one and all. Please submit here: http://openshow.org/submissions/
Choose photos that tell a story and be ready to discuss with the audience.

For more info visit: Facebook: // Official website

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