Posts tagged ‘BIEA’

Art Exhibition: by Pascal Chuma, Until Mar. 17 2018 @ BIEA, Laikipia Road – Kileleshwa

Dates: Until March 17, 2018
Venue: BIEA, Laikipia Road – Kileleshwa


March 8, 2018 at 6:28 pm Leave a comment

Exhibition: Urban Perspectives, Dec. 2-15 2017 @ BIEA Seminar Room – Laikipia Road

Opening Date: December 2, 2017
Venue: BIEA Seminar Room, Laikipia Road, Kileleshwa Nairobi
Time: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Exhibition runs from 2-15 December

November 27, 2017 at 6:49 pm Leave a comment

The Public Park in Nairobi City and Its Accessibility, Nov. 27 2017 @ BIEA – Kileleshwa

Date: November 27, 2017
Venue: BIEA, Kileleshwa
Time: 10 am

November 22, 2017 at 3:25 pm Leave a comment

Exhibition: Afro-Renaissance by Sagallo, Native, Swift, Kimani, Wise Two and Kerosh, Oct. 14-22 2017 @ BIEA

Opening: October 14, 2017
Venue: BIEA Seminar Room, Laikipia Road, Kileleshwa
Time: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Afro Renaissance – Art Exhibition by: Sagallo, Native, Swift, Kimani, Wise Two and Kerosh

Exhibition runs from 14th-22nd October 2017

October 9, 2017 at 10:52 am Leave a comment

Discussion:“The F-Word”: What is the Place of Feminism in Contemporary Kenya? Sept. 7 2017 @ BIEA

Date: September 7, 2017
Venue: BIEA Seminar Room, Laikipia Road, Kileleshwa
Time: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Panelists: Hon. Dr. Nancy Baraza (University of Nairobi), Dr. Agnes Meroka (University of Nairobi), Job Akuno (KEMEA) and Brenda Wambui (FRIDA).

September 5, 2017 at 1:10 pm Leave a comment

Event: Negotiating For Development – Zambian Economic Development in the Cold War by Dr. Jessica Achberger, Jul. 11 2017 @ BIEA

Date: July 11, 2017
Venue: BIEA
Time: 11 am

Find more information, here

July 10, 2017 at 10:40 am Leave a comment

Exhibition: Kingdom Within by Jesie Otumba, Until May 31 2017 @ BIEA

Dates: Until May 31, 2017
Venue: BIEA, Laikipia Road – Kileleshwa,

Jesie Otumba from Brush Tu Art Studio is a self-taught artist based at Brush tu Art Studio. He was solely driven by his talent and has been drawing for two years. His works have been exhibited in several places, including the Dusit D2 Gallery.

His works consist mostly of chess pieces because they speak a lot. He uses the chess board and pieces as the base of his inspiration and communication to people. He loves using color pencils, especially white to express himself because of the realism they bring out.

For Jesie, the chessboard represents the world we are in. The chess pieces and their different moves represent people with different roles in the society while the blackness on the background of most of his pieces shows the darkness brought into the world by our actions and moves.

May 23, 2017 at 1:39 pm Leave a comment

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