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Listen to Juliani’s new single Utawala
CISP in collaboration with the Malindi community, the local authorities and the private sector under the patronage of the Italian Cooperation presents the 3rd edition of the Malindi Music Festival for Children on 1st December at the Old Sinbad Hotel Grounds.
Come join us, it is a free event with a rich menu to entertain!
It is a celebration of culture and ethnic diversity through art and music to promote PEACE. Starts with a children’s exhibition on art and poetry followed by an electrifying music concert by Eric Wainaina, Juliani, Nazizi and MADCA.
3:00 pm: Peace Parade
Peace Parade starts from Malindi Stadium to the Old Sinbad Hotel
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm: Children Art Exhibition
Exhibition of art, drama and poetry by children on Peace at Old Sinbad, Lamu Road (next to Casino)
8:30 pm to 11:00 pm: Music Concert
Live performance by Eric Wainaina, Juliani, Nazizi and MADCA at Old Sinbad, Lamu Road (next to Casino)
Date: October 20, 2012
Venue: Inter Continental Hotel
Time: 9 am-12 Noon
Guest Speaker: Musician and Change Maker– Juliani*
* Juliani is best known for his hit song Bahasha ya Ocampo.
Listen to Exponential Potential Video
Performances by: Juliani, Harry Kimani, Fena Gitu and Kombo
Featured Poet Moraa & Featured Artist Juliani
MC: Cindy Ogana
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Content- Juliani, Gado, and Billy Kahora Meets Tech- ICT Board, Digital Divide Data (DDD) and Jimmy Gitonga.
Three months ago, Kwani Trust commissioned Digital Divide Data (DDD) to digitise some of its content as part of a pilot to see what possibilities lie in the content Kwani? has produced since its founding in 2003, and how new online and digital technologies could be utilised. This new Kwani? ebook platform is the first step in developing structures and networks through which Kwani?’s content can be disseminated to earn our published writers a much wider readership, and increase the scope of the Trusts reach and income.
We have been keenly following recent developments in the sector. From our observations, we feel that technology is driving many societal changes in the ways different players in the content-technology chain create, disseminate, receive, consume and perceive content and information. Content providers in the arts, culture and public media, like Kwani Trust and Buni Media, are entering these spaces with renewed energy. Online technologies like social media now take up huge market sectors in the consumption of content.
Our experience with the Kwani? ebook platforms has posed four distinct challenges.
- Though research in both content creation and online technologies is being commissioned and carried out, there is still a lot of work to be done on how the two sectors might complement each other optimally. In the build-up to launching the Kwani? ebook platform, we found little comprehensive local research on basic conceptual questions. How can the content and technology sectors work to facilitate research that is mutually beneficial?
- High quality content in arts, culture and public media is a specialised sector that is mostly donor-funded while most of the exciting work being done on online and mobile platforms is commercially driven. Collaboration between the two sectors requires significant paradigm shifts for both. How can non-profit content providers rethink their institutional models to take up the commercial opportunities that the new technologies promise?
- Traditional content providers have created loyal audiences and markets from offline products. New technologies promise new audiences, markets and possibilities. How can the two sectors work together to take advantage of these layered existing outlets?
- Traditional content providers have created legal frameworks for their institutional requirements over a period of time. New legal and contractual challenges have emerged with online and mobile content provision possibilities. How can the two sectors work together to ensure a stable legal framework for optimal collaboration?
Kwani Trust will hold an event in which content providers in the arts, culture and public media sector and online, mobile and new technology sector can discuss the issues outlined above.
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Concert/Exhibition: Choose Peace Concert & Picha Mtaani Photo Exhibition, Aug. 12 2012 @ August 7th Memorial Park
The Picha Mtaani exhibition returns to Nairobi this Sunday. It will be on display at the Choose Peace Concert.
This event will feature Juliani, Avril, and many activities.
Beyond the Music is a special forum where musicians get to share their work and life in and outside music. Its all about inspiritation and intimacy. It is all about meeting the musician and how they engage their passion. The inaugural instalation will feature Juliani and Canadian hip hop sensation Ian Kamau.
For more information visit the event Facebook page
Watch Juliani’s documentary
Performances by: Napalma (S. Africa), Taarabu Fusion, Juliani, Makadem, Yunasi, Kidum, Sarakasi all stars, Octopizzo
Dj Sets by: Dj Hypnotiq and MoB
Date: Sepember 3, 2011
Venue: Prestige Plaza
Tickets: Advance Kshs 500, Gate Kshs 700
Tickets Available: www.ticketsasa.com
Guest Artists: Juliani, Kanji, Aaron Rimbui, Valarie Kimano & Fena
MC: Anne Kiguta
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Respond to facebook event
Kenya Women Against Poverty (KWAP), in partnership with USAID, Blueline Synergy LTD, Tusaidiane Youth for Development, eMentoring Africa and Diva Enterprises is organizing A Peace Concert with KANJII, JULIANI, NEMA, M.O.G & DADDY OWEN dubbed ‘SARE CHIKI- KENYA NI YETU!’ The aim of this Concert is to reunite Kenyans and shun violence.
The concert will take place on December 5th 2009 at the KICC Grounds from 11am to 6pm. This Concert is poised to be Kenya’s largest Concert for the purpose of peace and unity, urging communities to reconcile country wide.