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Art Exhibition & Sale of Art Works by Godfrey Ssegujja & Adam Masava, May 20 – Jun. 3 2015 @ the Karen Country Club
Exhibition by Godfrey Ssegujja and Adam Masava
Fundraising Art Exhibition: in Support of Mukuru Slum Football Team Trip to Sweden, May 29 – 31 2015 @ Kuona Trust
Participating Artists: Alex Mbevo, Adam Masava, Mike Kyalo, Patrick Mukabi, Robinson Omweri, Onyis Martin, Googz Weche Mukona, Robert Ngatia and many more.
All paintings will go for KES 4,000/- (own works from Kenya’s ;eading visual artist’s while supporting a worthwhile cause)
Read about the campaign here
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Opening and Private View: Sunday, 31 May 2015, 11am to 5pm
Venue: One Off Contemporary Art Gallery
The exhibition runs until 24 June 2015.
Time: Open every day from 11am to 5pm, except Mondays and Public Holidays.
Anthony Okello’s exhibitions are always eagerly awaited and this one is no exception. It comprises new oil paintings along with a series he has been working on with his brother, Peter Walala. Anthony paints his mythological figures in oil paint on a background of Peter’s patchwork of clothes labels which have been painstakingly sewn together.
First seen at the Manjano Festival, one of these works won first prize.
Find out more about Anthony Okello and the Exhibition here.
Exhibition: Art from Jinja Uganda by Mazemu Wilber, May 22 – Jun. 30 2015 @ Creativity Gallery – National Museum
Dates: May 22 – June 30, 2015
Venue: Creativity Gallery, National Museum
Time: 8.30 am – 5.30 pm (Daily)
Normal museum rates apply
Exhibition Dates: May 21-31, 2015
Time: 8.30AM – 5.30PM
Entry: Normal Museum Rates Apply
No one can deny that our relationship with Africa was from the very moment the forced migration of Africans to America began. Our Liberator Simon Bolivar expressed back in 1817 “we are more an extension of Africa than of Europe.” The Bolivarian process inspired by President Hugo Chavez since 1999 inserted Africa in the daily life of the Venezuelan people.
The month of May is for Venezuelans a referential date on which we claim the contribution of Africa to our independence and our cultural diversity. For Venezuelans, Africa is a very important continent of our historical legacy. From May 1795 to May 2015. 220 years of libertarian insurgency of José Leonardo Chirino. A libertarian insurrection of blacks who sought to eliminate slavery. An insurrection which set a historic precedent for the independence of Venezuela.
The African Revolution Leaders poster exhibition aims to express the support and respect of the Venezuelan people for the great African leaders who spearheaded the liberation of Africa from imperialism.’ – H.E. The Ambassador, The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
Comic Exhibition: Ink & Pixels – The Wild and Wondrous Tale of Kenyan Comics, May 16 – 29 2015 @ Goethe Institut
the exhibition Ink & Pixles – The Wild and Wondrous Tale of Kenyan Comics pays tribute to the trailblazers and celebrates the young generation that doesn’t just have the enthusiasm of youth but they are charting and conquering new frontiers