Posts tagged ‘Botswana’
Christmas at Windsor & Listen to the Smooth Jams from Botswana With Kabo Leburu & Ethno Jazz Band, Dec. 24 2016 -Jan. 1 2017 @ Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club
Dates: December 24, 2016 – January 1, 2017
Venue: Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club
Reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org / 0722 203 361-4
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Cool Waters Jazz & Roots Festival ft. Kabo Leburu (Botswana), Keziah Jones (Nigeria), Franck Biyong (Cameroon) et al, Sept. 22-24 2016 @ Choices, Treehouse & the Elephant
Dates: September 22-24, 2016
Venues: Choices, Treehouse & the Elephant
Time: Thursday – 8 pm, Friday – 8 pm and Saturday – 3 pm
Tickets: Thursday – free, Friday – 3,500 at the gate & 2,500 advance and Saturday – 3,000 at the gate & 2,000 advance
Performances by: Kabo Leburu (Botswana), Keziah Jones (Nigeria), Franck Biyong (Cameroon), Maia Von Lekow (Kenya), Eddie Grey (Kenya), Achieng Abura (Kenya) and Teto Tutuma (Kenya)
How do we share resources fairly? Join the International Budget Partnership (IBP) Kenya at the screening of the film “A Measure of Fairness” and a discussion on how decisions about how to share revenues should be made.
Opening date and time: 6pm, Thursday 23rd July 2015
Venue: Kuona Trust
Until: July 31, 2015
Animal Footprints is a visual documentation of animal adaptation and survival as interpreted by artist Moses Maaramele. The body of work makes an attempt to capture the movements of both wild and domesticated animals whilst preserving their legacy for future generations who may perhaps not get the opportunity to interact and observe the animals we do today.
Moses Maaramele is an artist from Botswana currently in residence at Kuona Trust.
2nd Nairobi Cultural Festival: Different Colours One People – Visit Emb. Of Mexico Stand, May 10 2014 @ National Museum
This will be the Second Nairobi Cultural Festival in which the following countries alongside Mexico will showcase their cultural expressions and sell typical food and drinks: Switzerland, Germany, Finland, Mexico, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Japan, Botswana, Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya.
There will also be a Children’s Corner, where for a small fee kids can have tattoos and face painting done, do their own paintings and play under supervision.
Date: Saturday May 10, 2014
Venue: National Museum Grounds
The event starts at 10 am and goes up to 5 pm.
Entrance is free.
Day of Cultural Expression is organised by the Research Institute of Swahili Studies of Eastern Africa (RISSEA) that is part of the National Museums of Kenya.