Posts tagged ‘Goethe insitut’

Opportunity/Call for Artists: Art Against Poverty, by Apr. 8 2014

Art Against Poverty A3
CEFA Kenya and Cultural Video Foundation are looking for artists interested in starting a 2 year journey that involves training, enhancing their visibility skills and marketing their art.

The Categories are;

1. Visual Arts
2. Music
3. Dance
4. Performing Arts
5. Literary Art
6. Art Therapy
7. Art Teaching

Call for Artists
Deadline for filling an application: April 8, 2014

How to Apply
Send 3 samples of your work, CV & motivational letter

Application Drop off Points
1. Physical Drop off Points: Italian Institute of Culture – Westlands, Goethe Institut Nairobi, Alliance Francaise
2. Soft Copy: artagainstpoverty@cefakenya.com

Terms & Conditions: To apply you should be 18-35 years old and based in Nairobi

Download the poster here CALL FOR ARTISTS

March 27, 2014 at 2:29 pm 1 comment

Ten Cities Screening Series: Weekender, Feb. 27 2014 @ Goethe Institut

Weekender
Weekender is a feature film by Karl Golden.

Date: February 27, 2014
Venue: Goethe Institut
Time: 6.30 pm
Entry: Free

About
Situated around 1990 in the UK the film follows the rave scene that has arrived from Ibiza. In Manchester, best mates Matt and Dylan are in their early 20’s and they quickly rise through the ranks to join the promoting elite. It’s everything they dreamed of and more. But as their success continues to grow, they attract a more dark and sinister world. Matt and Dylan start to drift apart as they are forced to question the dreams they set out to achieve and their once solid friendship.

Part of a series of numerous feature films and documentaries, focusing on different aspects of club and sub-culture around the globe under the Ten Cities Project

February 27, 2014 at 8:14 am Leave a comment

Ten Cities Screening Series: One More – The Definitive History of UK Clubbing [1988-2008], Jan. 30 2014 @ Goethe Institut

one more
Date: January 30, 2014
Venue: Goethe-Institut, Auditorium
Time: 6.30 pm

Released in 2012, One More gives you an understanding of the historic UK clubbing era from 1988 to 2012, which changed the lives of millions. This intriguing account interrogates the pioneers who made it all possible. The film asks why and how it happened, discusses what brought about the scene’s terminal decline and then poses the unenviable question “If tonight was your last ever gig, what would be your One More track?”

January 27, 2014 at 5:49 pm Leave a comment


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