Art and Poetry: Masculinity vs Femininity, Jun. 18 2017 @ Safaricom House, Michael Joseph Centre

June 12, 2017 at 10:38 am 2 comments


Date: June 18th, 2017
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom House
Time: from 3-6 PM
Tickets: Advance: 500/- (available here) and at the Gate 1,000/-

Performances by: Abu Sense, Shikkiey, Trabolee, Zeshari Jean and a surprise artist
Digital Art Display: by Kelvin Kaesa
Caricatures by KaaToony Caricatures
Catering by Sweetooth delights KE

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Masculinity & Femininity by cultural instinct are gender assigned: men are masculine, women are not. Masculinity is a male enamored trait, and its admiration also makes it fragile. Femininity is female, soft, needed, but weak. Our social constructs depend on an incorrect gender-binary definition, but masculine and feminine is more dual than we realise. Maybe a single person can be both masculine and feminine – a concept we will be exploring through different art forms during the next Art & Poetry

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