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[Updated] Nairobi Restaurant Week 2014, Jan. 30 – Feb. 12 2014 @ Participating Restaurants

Nairobi Resturant Week
20 restaurants have extend #NRW2014 until February 12, 2014 due to overwhelming demand.The complete list of 20 restaurants can be found on the #NRW2014 website

New Dates: January 30 – February 6, 2014 Until February 12, 2014
Venue: 50 participating restaurants across the city
Cost: Menus priced from Kshs 1250 or Kshs 1750 (inclusive of taxes)

Full list of restaurants participating in #NRW2014 can be accessed here

Website: http://nairobirestaurantweek.com/

January 31, 2014 at 12:13 pm Leave a comment

Exhibition: by Kenyan & Sudanese Artists, Jan. 11-24 2014 @ Banana Hill Art Gallery

art exhibition at Banana
Art Exhibition by John Kamicha and Yassir Ali Mohammed

Dates: January 11-24, 2014
Venue: Banana Hill Art Gallery

January 10, 2014 at 9:53 am Leave a comment

Mindspeak: The challenges facing Kenya & Africa by IMF MD Christine Lagarde, Jan. 6 2013 @ Inter-Con Nairobi

Challenges Facing Africa
Date: January 6, 2013
Venue: Intercontinental Hotel
Time: Seated by 1500 Hrs for 1530 to 1700 Hrs
Entry: Prior Invite [RSVP - marmbithi@gmail.com cc info@rich.co.ke]

Chief Guest: International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde

Co-hosted by Aly – Khan Satchu and Vimal Shah

January 6, 2014 at 10:56 am Leave a comment

Out of Town: Thanksgiving Traditional Dinner, Nov. 21 2013 @ Forty Thieves Beach Bar – Mombasa

Ali B Thanksgiving

November 18, 2013 at 9:59 am Leave a comment

Exhibition of Contemporary Painting by Tom Mboya, Cartoon Joseph & Charles Kamya, Nov. 5-18 2013 @ Village Market – Old Exhibition Hall

Dates: November 5-18, 2013
Venue: Village Market – Old Exhibition Hall
Time: 7 am – 8 pm daily Monday – Sunday

Exhibition by: Tom Mboya – Kenya, Cartoon Joseph – Kenya & Charles Kamya – Uganda

November 4, 2013 at 9:42 am Leave a comment

Mashujaa Day Concert/Party: Renato Xtrova Live feat Sarabi, Oct. 20 2013 @ Tree House

Electrafrique
Electrafrique Proudly presents Renato Xtrova Live @ Electafrique also featuring Sarabi Live in Concert

Date: Sunday 20th October 2013
Venue: Tree House, Nairobi
Time: 7pm – 5am
Tickets: Kshs. 1000
Age: +21 (proof of age required)

Hosted By: Dj Cortega,Electrique Djs & the Beat Parade Band
MC: Coco Rasta Ngori

Sarabi will be performing Live from 8pm, paying tribute to Kenya’s Mashujaa’s including the Westage Heroes.

RENATO XTROVA PROFILE
Costa, Renato best known as Xtrova was born in Luanda, Angola, and early age showed interest in the world of DJs and musical production inspired by the bests national and international djs that marked the end of his 90s and early 2000. In 2003, he discovered his passion for house music. Renato Xtrova has since done many collaborations, productions and remixes and when it comes to House Music in Africa Renato Xtrova is a name to keep in mind, because without doubt this young man is a great promise in the world of electronic music specifically in the House Music.

SARABI PROFILE
SARABI was formed in 2005 and has in the recent years proved to be one of the most promising Afro Fusion Band in Kenya. The group is made up of 8 young Men hailing from the Eastlands Slums of Nairobi. All the members started playing music at an early age of 11 yrs and have over the years worked together to create one of the most solid bands in the Kenyan Music Scene.
Their music, made up of heavy traditional Kenyan Rythms, Benga and a blend of Western sounds has proved to be the missing link in the Afro-fusion Genre of Music. A feature on Drum Magazine in Oct 2007 declared the Band as the next force in Kenyan music.

Electrafrique is premier concert series bringing together a worldwide network of artistes fusing elements of African music with Electronic Music. Pioneered by Swiss international Dj Cortega, and championed by such brand ambassadors as Electrique Djs & The Beat Parade Band from Kenya, Electrafrique is an obsession with the magical rhythm element in African Music in fusion with contemporary urban/futuristic electronic beats culminating in a sound that identifies solidly as African and resonates with people from all corners of the world.

Music Policy
AFRO HOUSE | DEEP HOUSE | SOULFUL HOUSE | TRIBAL HOUSE | AFRICAN SOUL | COUPE DE CALLE | KUDURO

Media Policy
All photography or other forms of media coverage such as video recording or interviews are restricted to the official Electrafrique Media Team.

Electrafrique & Tree House reserves the right to deny entry to anyone in violation of these rights.

October 15, 2013 at 6:49 pm 3 comments

Exhibition: Jungle Beauty [Elephant Paintings] by Collective African Artists, Aug. 17-30 2013 @ Banana Hill Art Gallery

Jungle-Beauty
For the World Elephant Day, Banana Hill Art Gallery have organized a two week exhibition on elephant paintings from their best African Artists

Dates: August 17-30, 2013
Venue: Banana Hill Art Gallery
Tel: 0733 882 660 or 0711 756 911

Website: http://bananahillartgallery.com/

August 16, 2013 at 11:55 am Leave a comment

New & Fresh Concert feat. Brian Mugendi (UG) & Sage (KE), Aug. 4 2013 @ Tree House

new and fresh
Audiovisual Concepts in association with Tree House Entertainment present..

:New and Fresh:

A night filled with Fresh Smooth Jazz and Afro Soul. We have loads in store for you including special acts.

The best new acts in East Africa.

Date: August 4th 2013
Venue: Tree House
Time: 7pm – Onwards
Tickets: Kshs. 1500

July 25, 2013 at 1:05 pm Leave a comment

Dance Performance: FinjeFinje – Simply Dogs, Jul. 19-20 2013 @ Goethe Institut

Simply Dogs
Dates: July 19 & 20, 2013
Venue: Goethe Institut Auditorium
Entry: Kshs 500

Within the framework Ukenia Dance Theatre Production the project platform FinjeFinje was developed – which is inspired by the fifty years of independence that Kenya will be celebrating in 2013. As the organiser states, this is a very important milestone for the Kenyan people. While questions still linger as to the equality that Kenyans enjoy and/or crave for in their quest for economic freedom, this is a period that is worth celebrating. The platform, therefore, is geared towards sharing the creative power in celebration of the struggles that Kenyans go through as a people rich of diverse cultural understanding.
Simply Dogs is the first of the creative projects within the FinjeFinje platform that shows a contemporary dance piece, comprising 5 dancers from Kenya and DRC.

Participating alongside producer and choreographer Kebaya Moturi will be dancers with varied backgrounds, namely Adam Chienjo, Sarah Kwalah, Jack Bryton and Congolese Doudou Saidi, who brings in a wealth knowledge of dance from Congo.
Technical support will be provided by Eddy Mokaya.

July 12, 2013 at 3:47 pm Leave a comment

Exhibition: Sanctuary – Home, Away, the Common Ground Part II, Jul. 11 – Sept. 21 2013 @ SOAS London

Sanctuary
After staging Sanctuary – Home, Away, the Common Ground in Nairobi at the National Museum the sanctuary exhibition is back this time in the UK!

Dates: July 11- September 21, 2013
Venue: School of African Oriental Studies, London UK

Donations for this cause: http://www.justgiving.com/sanctuaryartists

Bringing awareness to the work of the Metropolitan Sanctuary for sick children in Nyeri, Kenya

July 1, 2013 at 2:56 pm Leave a comment

Kwani Sunday Saloon, Jun. 23 2013 @ the elephant [formerly Kifaru Gardens]

Kwani Sunday Salon
Date: June 23, 2013
Venue: the elephant, formerly Kifaru Gardens
Time: 3-9 pm
Entry: Free

Readings from: Nadifa Mohamed – UK, Adam Foulds – UK, Thabiso Mohare – South Africa, Billy Kahora – Kenya & Abdul Adan – Kenya

For more info. visit Kwani? website

June 17, 2013 at 4:36 pm Leave a comment

Nadifa Mohamed in Conversation + Kenyan Writers & the 2013 Elections, Jun. 21 2013 @ National Museum

Kenya Elections
Kwani Trust in partnership with the Nairobi Forum will be hosting an evening of writers on 21 June 2013 at Nairobi National Museum.

Date: Friday 21 June 2013
Venue: Louis Leakey Auditorium, Nairobi National Museum
Time: 5 – 8 pm
Entry: Prior reservation

About Nadifa Mohamed
Nadifa Mohamed, the Somali-British author, will be speaking about her writing and her Somali homeland. Born in Hargeisa and raised in South London, Nadifa’s first novel, Black Mamba Boy(2010), was inspired by the life of her father who was forced to leave Somalia and set out on an odyssey that took him to the UK. Identified by Granta as one of the best of young British novelists, Nadifa’s novel was described by one reviewer as a book of elegance and beauty. It won the Betty Trask Award and was shortlisted for numerous other prizes. Nadifa’s new novel, The Orchard of Lost Souls, will be published in August 2013. It describes the fall of the Somali state through the lives of three women.

During the same evening, a panel of writers, bloggers, photographers and poets will also discuss their work on the recently concluded 2013 Kenyan general elections.

Previous Conversations

June 11, 2013 at 9:47 am Leave a comment

Madaraka Concert: Celebrating 50 Yrs of Independence, Jun. 15 & 16 2013 @ Braeburn Theatre – Gitanga Road

NRB ORCHESTRA June 2013  - Final

June 10, 2013 at 12:48 pm Leave a comment

Nairobi Live Afro-Asia Night ft Jahm-PHL, Kombo-KE & Guest from USA, Jun. 6 2013 @ Tree House

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Nairobi Live at Tree House presents Afro-Asia Night

Performances by: Jahm (PHL) Kombo (KE) and a very special guest (U.S.A.)
A night of 3 different artists, 3 countries, 3 sets

Date: June 6, 2013
Venue: Tree House, Museum Hill, – International Casino Complex
Time: 8.30 -11.00
Entrance: Free

Jahm plays a vibrant mix of phillipino reggae, pop and elements of experimental. Kombo will hit the stage with his warm coastal groove and later back up a very special guest from U.S.A. – presenting a wonderful mix of her current N.Y.C. based songs and her Sudan musical roots as well.

May 31, 2013 at 6:51 pm 2 comments

Screening: Something Necessary, May 10 2013 @ the Nest

Something Neccessary
Date: May 10, 2013
Venue: The Nest
Time: Screening at 1900h
RSVP by email: to muse@b9-studios.com

Something Necessary is an intimate moment in the lives of Anne and Joseph. A woman struggling to rebuild her life after the civil unrest that swept Kenya after the 2007 elections claiming the life of her husband, the health of her son and leaving her home on an isolated farm in the Kenyan countryside in ruins, she now has nothing but her resolve to rebuild her life left. A young man, troubled gang member who participated in the countrywide violence is drawn to Anne and her farm seemingly in search of redemption. Both, Joseph and Anne need something that only the other can give to allow them to shed the painful memories of their past and move on. – IMDb

Watch the trailer

Some members of the cast and crew will be at the screening for a discussion after the film.

May 9, 2013 at 1:52 pm Leave a comment

Out of Town: Lake Turkana Festival 2013, May 24-26 2013 @ Loiyangalani

Lake Turkana Festival 2013
For more info visit http://www.laketurkanafestival.com/

May 6, 2013 at 6:22 pm Leave a comment

Book Presentation & Interview: And Then Life Happens by Dr. Auma Obama, May 11 2013 @ Paa ya Paa

Print
Date: May 11, 2013
Venue: Paa ya Paa Art Centre
Time: 3.30 pm

Guest: Author Dr. Auma Obama [reading excerpts of her book] followed by screening of The Education of Auma Obama in the presence of the film director Branwen Okpako

May 3, 2013 at 10:29 am Leave a comment

Concert: Makole International Choir from Germany, Mar. 24 2013 @ KICC Amphitheatre

The Kenyan Boys choir presents Mokole International choir from Germany
Featuring the Kenyan Girls choir in Nairobi County

Date: March 24, 2013
Venue: KICC Amphitheatre
Time: 3 pm
Tickets: Kshs 500 and VIP Kshs 3,000
Contact: 0728-265 344

Come and witness Western choir sing and Dance African

March 22, 2013 at 5:16 pm Leave a comment

Screenings: S/Elections 2007/08 – Ni Sisi & Something Necessary, Mar. 1 2013 @ Goethe Institut

Date: March 1, 2013
Venue: Goethe Instut
Time: 4 & 6 pm

Screening of: Ni Sisi and Something Necessary

For more info: Goethe Institut website

March 1, 2013 at 1:23 pm Leave a comment

Artist Presentation: by premier film producer – Ruby, Feb. 14 2013 @ Kuona Trust

Artist Presentation
After learning that Brand Kenya would have an exhibition centre during the Olympics, Ruby undertook a project to showcase to both tourists and investors aspects of our country which many people are not familiar with. She also wanted members of the Kenyan Diaspora to get a glimpse of how far we have come, particularly in the last 10 years.

The clip was shown at Kenya House in London and has since been uploaded onto YouTube having about 8,000 views in just 5 days.

View: Kenya Today really worth Knowing

Come interact with the artist and learn more about her work and experiences this Thursday, 14th February at Kuona Trust from 2pm.

February 13, 2013 at 6:26 pm Leave a comment

Out of Town: 1st Edition of EAC Arts & Culture Festival – Jamafest, Feb. 11-17 2013 @ Kigali – Rwanda

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EAC Arts & Cultural Festival – Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki Utamaduni Festival [JAMAFEST]

Dates: February 11-17, 2013
Venue: Kigali, Rwanda

Theme: Fostering the East African Community Integration through Cultural Industries

For more information: http://jamafest.org/

February 2, 2013 at 1:29 pm Leave a comment

Out of Town: 10th Sauti za Busara Festival, Feb. 14-17 2013 @ Old Fort in Zanzibar

Sauti za Busara
Dates: February 14-17, 2013
Venue: Old Fort in Zanzibar
Festival Tickets*: EA Residents US $29, International Visitors US $109
Programme: Festival Timetable

*Festival admission prices vary with citizeship. Find full info here

The Festival
The festival will celebrate a lifetime achievement of bringing together artists and audiences from around Africa and beyond with enriching cultural experiences, promoting cultural diversity and social development for the past 10 years.
Sauti za Busara is an annual music event in East Africa and widely known as ‘the friendliest festival on the planet’. This edition will feature 200 musicians: more than twenty five groups from East Africa and beyond; acoustic and electric, upcoming and established – all performing live.

The Old Fort will host three nights of non-stop live music, with the main programme continuing Friday through Sunday with performances from 5pm until 1am.

The festival also features African Music Films: documentaries, music videos and live concert footage, all focused on promoting the richness and diversity of African music as screened in the amphitheatre of the Old Fort.

Headline Artist Cheikh Lo – Senegal
Headline artist for the 10th edition of Sauti za Busara is internationally acclaimed Baye Fall artist Cheikh Lo from Senegal. A superb singer and songwriter as well as a distinctive guitarist, percussionist and drummer he has personalized and distilled a variety of influences from West and Central Africa, to create a style that is uniquely his own.

To celebrate ten years of Sauti za Busara, the festival showcases “Best of the Best”; audience favourites of past years including Tanzania’s DDC Mlimani Park Orchestra.

Zanzibar’s Culture Musical Club will also showcase at the 10th edition and they remain the most prolific and successful taarab orchestra from East Africa.

Other main acts include Khaira Arby (Mali), Comrade Fatso and Chabvondoka (Zimbabwe), Atongo Zimba (Ghana), N’Faly Kouyaté (Guinea), Nathalie Natiembe (Reunion), Nawal & Les Femmes de la Lune (Comoros/Mayotte), Wazimbo (Mozambique), The Moreira Project (Mozambique/South Africa), Owiny Sigoma Band (Kenya/UK), Mokoomba (Zimbabwe), Msafiri Zawose & Sauti Band (Tanzania), Mani Martin (Rwanda), Burkina Electric (Burkina Faso/USA), Lumumba Theatre Group (Tanzania), Sousou & Maher Cissoko (Senegal/Sweden), Super Maya Baikoko (Tanzania), Peter Msechu (Tanzania) and many more.

Networking Space
Sauti za Busara will continue to host the Movers & Shakers networking forum for local and visiting arts professionals. This networking space facilitates discussions, exchange and development of ideas on the creative industries in the East African region and beyond.

Fringe Events
It’s not just the festival that puts on a show; the local community is encouraged to take part by hosting Busara Xtra fringe events. These include traditional ngoma drum and dance, fashion shows, dhow races, open-mic sessions, after-parties and performances of Zanzibar’s oldest taarab orchestras as arranged by the local community.

For More Information: www.busaramusic.org

January 19, 2013 at 2:31 pm 1 comment

Public Lecture: Facing special Challenges – the Israeli Supreme Court, Dec. 18 2012 @ University of Nairobi

Date: December 18, 2012
Venue: 8-4-4 Hall, University of Nairobi
Time: 3 pm
Entry: Free

Speaker: Justice Eliezer Rivlin, former deputy president Israeli Supreme Court

Commentary: Hon (Dr.) Willy Mutunga – Chief Justice/President – Supreme Court of Kenya

For more info: UoN website

December 18, 2012 at 12:42 pm Leave a comment

[Update] Kwani? LitFest 2012: Stories of the Horn of Africa, Dec. 9-16 2012 @ Various Venues

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Festival Dates: December 9 -16, 2012
Events Line Up: Public Lectures, Writers in conversation, Readings, Performances, Art Exhibitions, Film Screenings
Venues: various venues – Kifaru Gardens, Kwani? Garden, National Museum, University of Nairobi, Goethe Institut, Kuona Trust, Habesha, Kibera, KICC Helipad, Eastleigh, South B [map below]

Update: All the events scheduled to take place at University of Nairobi have been moved to the National Museum

Kwani Lit Fest Map
Entry to most of the events is Free

Download litfest_programme

Focus: Stories of the Horn of Africa with participating Countries – Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Egypt, Ghana, Nigeria, Sudan & Kenya

Some of the writers confirmed for the festival are: Hadraawi – Somalia, Warsan Shire – Somalia, Sayadin Hersi – Somalia, Awes Osman – Somalia, Said Juma Hussein – Somalia, Chehem Watta – Djibouti, Meaza Worku – Ethiopia, Jamal Mahjoub – Sudan, Alemseged Tesfai – Eritrea, Nawal El Saadawi – Egypt, Kojo Laing – Ghana, Helon Habila – Nigeria, Deqa Abshir – Somalia/Kenya, Fawaz El Said – Sudan, Yassir Ali – Sudan, Altayeb Daw Elbeit – Sudan, Ermais Ekube – Ethiopia

A Snap Shot of the Programme
Date: December 9, 2012
Venue: Kifaru Gardens
Time: 2-10 pm
Music by: Waayaha Cusub and Kato& Band
DJ Set by: DJ Zelalem
Entry: Free
Date: December 10, 2012
Venue: Goethe-Institut Nairobi, Monrovia Street
Time: 2.30 – 8 pm
Entry: Free
Date: December 11, 2012
Venue: University of Nairobi National Museum
Time: 2– 7 pm
Entry: Free
Date: December 12, 2012
Venue: Louis Leakey Auditorium, National Museum
Time: 2.30-8 pm
Entry: Free
Date: December 13, 2012
Venues: Hotel Intercontinental, Taifa Hall (University of Nairobi) & Louis Leakey Auditorium, National Museum
Time: 2.30– 7.30 pm
Entry: Free
Date: December 14, 2012
Venues: Louis Leakey Auditorium (National Museum) & Kuona Trust
Free Entry
Date: December 15, 2012
Venues: Louis Leakey Auditorium (National Museum) & KICC Helipad
Entry: Free (National Museum)
Entry: Ksh 1,000 (KICC Helipad)

About
The Kwani? Literary Festival is organised by Kwani Trust on a biennial basis where the literary leaders of Kenya, enriched with visiting writers from around the world, turn their attention to one salient subject and explore it through the lenses of the continent’s past, present and emerging literatures. In 2012, the Litfest will focus on several geopolitical trends and shifts in Kenya’s immediate north to host literary conversations with the Horn of Africa.
It thus aims to act as a platform where the story of the Horn of Africa can be told, to an extent, not taking the political crisis narrative as the only story that exists.
Additionally, the pan-African exchange programme of Goethe-Institut Moving Africa will bring a further eight African writers to Nairobi.

For the exact programme please visit the 2012 Kwani? Litfest website: http://litfest.kwani.org
More information on Moving Africa: http://www.blog.goethe.de/moving-africa/

December 12, 2012 at 12:57 pm 2 comments

Free Album Download: A Dollar a day – deluxe edition

ADAD deluxe edition

on 12th of January 2012 A Dollar a daywas released, as a collaboration between Maisha yetu and Dexstraw Studio. It is a Pan-African collaborative music project that featured artists from Kenya,SA,Zim,Zambia,Bots,Naija and the States just to mention but a few.  Now 12007 free downloads down the line, here’s our appreciation for showing us so much support. To all our fans,critiques,supporters music,art lovers,sponsors we present to you an end-year musical bonus of two albums  for your christmas package. Download it, enjoy it and share it with other hip-hop fans worldwide!

This is a continued effort of collaboration between Kenya  and South Africa in empowering young people to use their talent. To encourage Sub-Saharan African youth to to view themselves as a resource and not a marginalized community.

December 4, 2012 at 3:38 pm Leave a comment

Afrika Eye Film Festival Friday Discussion: The Moving Image, Nov. 9 2012 @iHub


The creativez are hosting the first ever, virtual continental collaborative Afrika Eye Film Festival discussion this Friday evening at iHub with our friends African Interactive in Bristol -UK all on Film and Digital Media The theme is The Moving Image

Other than discuss how Digital can expand the audience for the African moving image we will also explore new forms of film production, funding, distribution models and opportunities on collaborative projects between Kenyan and British film makers. All this will happen in a Unique format-depending on where you are on today we -the audience will get to interact with both panels in Bristol and in Nairobi’s iHub via an intergrated weblink

Panel: Nairobi [5-7pm]
Producer, Director- Bob Nyanja
Producer Director – Wanuri Kahiu
Producer, Director, Writer and Film Legend – John. E. Maina

Moderated by Jenny Muigai aka @skinnyfilmmaker

Panel :- Bristol 2-4pm
Writer, Producer – Andrew Mugoya
Producer, Director – Simon Bright

For more info on the event and bios of the panelist click here

The event is free but space is limited so kindly reserve your place by RSVP to this email: thecreativez@gbs.co.ke

November 9, 2012 at 10:38 am Leave a comment

Annual Seminar of Observatory of the Great Lakes in Africa, Nov. 29 2012 @ the Institut Catholique de Paris

IFRA is pleased to invite you to the annual seminar of the Observatory of the Great Lakes in Africa to be held at the Institut Catholique de Paris Thursday, November 29, 2012.

The presentations and discussions will be held in French and English. The seminar will be organized along three axes:

1. The evolution of political regimes in the Great Lakes
2. Challenges of regional integration
3. The current crises in the Great Lakes

The full program is available on the IFRA website

November 9, 2012 at 10:24 am Leave a comment

Stand Up Comedy: Battle of Migingo, Oct. 13 2012 @ KICC


Date: October 13, 2012
Venue: KICC
Time: 6pm
Tickets: Kshs 1000

Eric Omondi-Kenya Vs Salvador-Uganda
Also featuring: Jalang’o, JB..

October 12, 2012 at 9:38 am 2 comments

Sports: Standard Chartered Nairobi Marathon, Oct. 28 2012


Date: October 28, 2012
Venue: Nairobi City
For more information visit their website: http://www.nairobimarathon.com/

September 11, 2012 at 5:47 pm 7 comments

We are the world – Nairobi International Children’s Art Exhibition, Sept. 12-30 2012 @ National Museum

Dates: September 12 – 30, 2012
Venue: Cultural Dynamism Gallery, Nairobi National Museum
Entry: Museum Rates Apply

The theme of this exhibition is ‘We are the World

This is a biannual event that works with children from all over the world. Entries this year are from Kenya, Germany, England, Egypt, Belarus, Poland, Iraq, India, USA, Cyprus, Finland, Bulgaria, Spain and Austria.

The Nairobi International Children’s exhibition is organized by Juhudi Children’s Club and supported by National Museums of Kenya, The GoDown, Sports Station, A24 Media

September 10, 2012 at 6:02 pm Leave a comment

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