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The GoDown Gig and Nai Ni Who II Kick Off feat. Rabbit Kaka Sungura, Jun. 28 2014 @ the GoDown Arts Centre
Date: Saturday, June 28 2014
Venue: The GoDOwn Arts Centre, Industrial Area
Time: 2-8 pm
Performing Artists: Ythera, Octave Band and Rabbit Kaka Sungura
Performances by Kidum, Jua Cali, Juliani
There will be a parade that starts at Uhuru Park from 10 am and head to KICC. Music during the parade will be by the Salvation Army Marching Band and Aga Khan Band.
Dates: July 20-26, 2013
Venue: Zone 1 – Central Business District
Nai ni Who festival this week focus on Pumwani, Eastleigh, Pangani, Kariokor, Ziwani, Starehe and Juja Estate
NAI NI WHO FESTIVAL goes to Muthaiga, Karura and Gigiri
Dates: June 29 – July 5, 2013
Nature Lovers: Get to visit the Karura Forest and experience beautiful sites such as waterfalls, caves and birdlife on Saturday and Sunday (Fees charged on entry).
For a taste of art: Visit the One-Off Gallery on Saturday, have coffee and interact with the artists as you get to check out the artwork.
Community: Nai Ni Who Zone 4 End Party, Jun. 28 2013 @ Citizone, Epren Plaza, Mesora Supermarket Parking – Buru Buru
In appearances will be Jua Kali, Marya, Annette, Lulu and The Hearts. DJ Young Jockey will be on the decks.
There will also be Film Screening of ‘Ndoto Za Elibidi and Buruhood Documentary.
Book: Nairobi in Pictures – Political Icons 1889-2000 by Lydia W. Muthuma, Available @ Nairobi Bookshops
The book combines architectural history with ever vibrant political debates. And providing a critical glance at the city’s built environment, it goes beyond the surface image to probe into the style and substance of life within Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD).
Author: Lydia W. Muthuma, Publisher – Focus, Nairobi 2013
Nairobi past and present by The EastAfrican June 15-22, 2013
Book reviewed by Gitau Warigi in the Sunday Nation June 9, 2013
About the Author
Lydia W. Muthuma, is an art historian with over 20 years teaching experience in the field of aesthetics. She studied at Kenyatta University, department of Dine Arts in Nairobi, Kenya and in the University Michel de Montaigne, Bourdeaux 3, in Bourdeaux, France.
She lectures in Technical University of Kenya and in Strathmore University.
The book is available in most Nairobi bookshops and retailing at Kshs 1,000.
Nai Ni Who Festival: Zone 11 – Kibera, Nairobi Dam, Ngei & Kenyatta Market, Jun 15-21 2013 @ Various Venues
For more info. visit: http://www.nainiwho.co.ke/