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The Artists’ Open Studio tour is a free, self-guided art adventure that is open to all art lovers, enthusiasts and collectors. It provides the public with an opportunity to interact with Kuona Trust’s painters,sculptors, fiber glass artists, photographers, print makers, jewelers, glass artists, portrait and caricature artists.
You also have a choice of five workshops to take part in throughout the day, including painting for both children and adults, card making, glass mosaic, mural painting and face painting.
All at discounted prices.
Lots of Food & drinks on sale as well as entertainment.
Date : Saturday, 29th November, 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Freedom – A contemporary Sculptural Exhibition by Zambian Artist Tom Phiri, Nov. 27 – Dec. 15 2014 @ Kuona Trust
Official opening : Thursday, 27th November 2014, 6pm- 9pm
Exhibition dates : 27th November – 15th December 2014
Phiri explores the concept of ‘Freedom’, using an approach that challenges the co-existence of different forms and the fusion of different techniques and materials; a reflection of the realities of life.
The artist challenges the debate around the ‘freedom’ to co-exist with the opposite elements in society and the respect accorded to these elements.
Phiri presents a body of work that may be interpreted in different ways and he welcomes the audience to explore their personal views.The exhibit is his reaction and contribution to a topic that influences many, ‘Freedom’.
Maximum number of participants: 10
To RSVP call us on 0721262326 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This will be an absolutely unique opportunity to develop your sculpting skills from one of Zambia’s most recognized sculptors,Tom Phiri. This 4 days intensive workshop is a beginner’s class in stone sculpting and does not require previous knowledge in sculpture.
About the artist
Tom Phiri is Kuona Trust’s current artist in residence. Phiri launched his artistic career in 2003 and is one of the founding members of a group of stone sculptors going by the name Roots of Xpression, currently based in Lusaka. Find more information more here.
Date and Time: Thursday,23rd October at Kuona Trust from 6pm onwards
About the artist
Andrew Njoroge is a visual artist based at Kuona Trust. He attended Evelyn College of Design to study Interior Design and later went to Savannah College of Art and Design, and New Jersey University in the United States.Andrew is works with digital art, drawing, painting and music.
The exhibition officially opens on Thursday, 23rd October 2014 from 6pm.
You are cordially invited to the launch of the Crayon Rainbows exhibit. Commissioned by Hivos International through their SDI Programme, Crayon Rainbows is a documentary film and art exhibition that traces the growing divide/breakdown between teachers and their vocational devotion to their students in Kenyan public schools as told through the eyes of the children interviewed.
The production team held creative workshops that gave the children a platform to express their feelings about what school means to them. Apart from the interviews, the children partook in drawing, painting, play dough, photography and craft making exercises as well as song and dance.The project sampled 5 schools across Lamu, Samburu, Turkana, Nairobi and Tharaka-Nithi. These art works are what form the exhibit on display.
What the team found was a crayon box worth of dreams and disappointment nestled in a rainbow of hope.
On the 26th of September, Kuona Trust collaborates with Screen on the green to bring you the film Dirty Pretty things.
The highly acclaimed film is set against the backdrop of modern day London where an illegal immigrant discovers the dark & twisted side to the glamorous city.
Starting Chiwetel Ejiofor,Sophie Okenedo and Audrey Tatou this film is sure to leave you at the edge of your seats!
Entry Fee : KES 500
Food and drinks will be on sale.
Watch the trailer