Posts tagged ‘Alliance Francaise’
Until: February 12, 2017
Ever considered the impact of planned obsolescence on the environment and the society?
Human Rights Watch Film Festival
The 2016 HRW Film Festival returns to the Alliance Française. Nairobi is one of over 20 cities around the world that hosts the Film Festival.
The festival encourages filmmakers around the world to address human rights subject matter in their work and presents films from both new and established international filmmakers. The films brings to life human rights abuses through storytelling in a way that challenges each individual to empathize and demand justice for all people.
At Alliance Française, the following films will be showing. The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution, Among the Believers, Mediterranea & Tuko Macho.
All screenings will be followed by panel discussions.
The Afrika Handmade gallery is coming to an end this week-end and they are ‘folding up’ in style by giving you an opportunity to buy the items you have been craving for in the last few days the exhibition has been up!
Dates: October 15-16, 2016
Venue: Alliance Française
Live entertainment by DrumJam Kenya | grills | vendors of lifestyle products
It’s the sale weekend!
We spent months scouring the region for the most innovative brands working in home decor + home textiles + garden.
For 2 weeks, we staged a magnificent installation featuring these products.
This weekend, everything goes up on sale!
15+ brands offering attractive discounts on indoor and outdoor furniture, lighting, hand woven floor rugs & blankets, textiles, table top accessories and much more!
It is going to be a great weekend…and everyone is invited!
Puppetry Festival: Hungarian Revolution Puppet Show, Oct. 18 & 20 2016 @ Alliance Française & National Theatre Respectively
About 1956 – A Tale of Freedom
The Embassy of Hungary and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland present the puppet show ‘1956 – A Tale of Freedom’
The performance commemorates the turbulent events of October 1956 in Eastern-Europe and marks the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution.
The show is directed by the Polish actor-director Katarzyna Kuzmicz-Mészáros and features puppeteers from Hungary, Poland and Kenya who animate life-size puppets in this modern interpretation of 1956 revolution.
The project is part of the International Puppetry Festival (IPFEST) 2016 that takes place in Nairobi on 15-22 October 2016.