Opening: July 19, 2015
Venue: GoDown Arts Centre, Industrial Area
Time: 3 pm
Exhibition continues until August 14, 2015
My Life My Work My Style Exhibition by the GoDown Arts Centre based artist Mary Ogembo;
Dates: August 12 – 22, 2015
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom House
Performances by: Juliani, Super Mazembe and Ken wa Maria
Visceral is a Conceptual Art Exhibition by Mwini Mutuku that explores emotions and the mind through Mirrors.
Opening: July 30, 2015
Exhibition Dates: Until August 14, 2015
Venue: Prokraft Africa Studio’s
Prompted by the increasing international recognition of African artists, Prokraft Africa embarks on a journey to celebrate African talent by holding its first art gallery – the gravity art exhibition.
as a complement to the commercial advertising field, Prokraft aims to revive the art-exhibiting and art-buying culture across Kenya, the East Africa region and Africa, by publishing and selling exclusive artwork produced by its artists. With space gravity, Prokraft Africa also seeks to establish a platform to challenge and inspire creatives by holding themed art galleries.
Black – the exhibition
The exhibition features artwork from Prokraft Africa talents Jeffrey Otieno, Joe Makeni, Mutua Matheka, Osborne Macharia and Thandiwe Muriu. Prokraft has challenged the talents to create a minimum 5 pieces each, defining black from their perspective, while remaining consistent to personal style of work. Each of the pieces will be produced in a limited edition of 10.
About PROKRAFT AFRICA
PROKRAFT AFRICA is East Africa’s first creative talent management agency and represents some of the region’s highest ranking creative professionals in photography and illustrations. Since its formation, PROKRAFT AFRICA has set a benchmark for visual digital artwork produced on the continent, resulting PROKRAFT AFRICA talents being ranked as part of the world’s top 200 digital artists by Lürzer’s archive in 2015. PROKRAFT AFRICA’s talents have worked with various visual art production campaigns for corporations such as Mercedes, KPLC, Coca-Cola, Diageo, Pepsi, Samsung and Safaricom.
Come learn African and Afro-diasporic movement and rhythms every
Thursday from 6.00pm-7.30pm at Ukumbi Mdogo, Kenya National Theatre, Harry Thuku Road, opposite the Norfolk Hotel.
Featuring movement and inspiration from Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba and Haiti.
Charges Kes 1,000 only.
Wear comfortable clothing and carry water.
RSVP on email@example.com
Mustered Soul is a chilled evening of soul-jazz fusion.