Posts tagged ‘KICC’
Date: June 15, 2013
Venue: KICC Grounds
Time: 6 pm to dawn
Tickets: Kshs 2500 at the gate & Kshs 2000 advance
Hosts: Kriss Darlin, Kajairo, Mbusii & Mbonoko
Eric Omondi-Kenya Vs Salvador-Uganda
Also featuring: Jalang’o, JB..
[Competition Ended] Win a pair of Tickets for #SamosaFestival Finale [Sidi Ngoma-India Vs Slum Drummers-Kenya Vs Dagga Tihli], Sept. 29 2012 @ KICC
Each ticket is valued at Kshs 1,500 and selected winners will get two tickets.
To grab a pair of these tickets which will give you access to watch Sidi Ngoma [India] battle it up with our very own Slum Drummers [Kenya] leave a comment telling us what SAMOSA Festival has been to you [if you have attended]and how you came to hear about it.
If you have NOT attended this festival worry NOT, just convince us why we should give you a pair and if we like the your reason we shall gladly oblige.
Submit your entry by 5pm on Friday September 28 – good luck!
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Find full information on this grand finale here
Date: August 14, 2012
Calestous Juma is a Kenyan Professor of the Practice of International Development at the Harvard Kennedy School and Director of the Belfer Center’s Science, Technology, and Globalization Project.
He holds a Ph.D. in science & technology policy studies and has written widely on science, technology, and the environment.
Calestous is also a former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity and Founding Director of the African Centre for Technology Studies.
Recently he was appointed to co-chair the new AU panel on science, technology, and innovation.
For more information contact: 0750161237/0725114186 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Activities: Photo Exhibition, Signing of Peace Pledge, Music, Theatre, Poetry, Discussion Forums and Launch of documentary.
Respond to their facebook event
(via Kenyan Poet)
The All Africa Dance Conference and Festival is a cultural extravaganza on the theme of peace to be held annually in Nairobi, Kenya and organized by Purple Images Productions
The theme for this year’s festival is: “Celebrating the Role of Cultural Dance in Peace Building and Human Understanding”
The main aim of The All Africa Dance Conference and Festival is to bring people together to celebrate the wealth and diversity of African dance. A majority of groups participating are from the African region, with some visiting artists from other parts of the world. Groups from Norway, India, Sweden, Italy, Netherlands, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Denmark, Sudan, United States of America, France, Congo, Spain, Ghana, United Kingdom, Nigeria, Guinea Bissau, Sierra Leone and Brazil are among countries that have confirmed their participation.
This year’s event will showcase a rich and vibrant mix of dance and musical performances by more than 100 dance groups and 500 established artists from all over the world.
The All Africa Dance Festival will establish itself as Africa’s leading music and dance festival. It’s the event to unite people while celebrating Africa!
Visit the official website of the event for the full program and more.
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.
The Kenya Burning book is out! The book based on photographs of the election period of 2007 up until the effects of the post poll violence in 2008 will be launched at the KICC on Saturday, February 28, accompanied by an exhibit from photographers featured in the book. The exhibit will continue until March 2nd.
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