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Screening & Discussion: Tsofa Documentary by Congolese Director Rufin Mbou Mikima, Jun. 25 2014 @ Mageuzi Space – Pawa254 Hub
Tsofa tells the story of a group of Congolese men, many of them highly qualified university graduates who were offered a 600 euro/month job by a Romanian company to go and work as taxi drivers in Bucharest, the European country’s capital.
“To Romanians, black people living in their country must be either football players or students,” Mbou Mikima notes in one of the film’s opening scenes.
He first met the group back in 2008 while working in Bucharest himself. Through the use of the men’s own photos, mobile phone images and other video material, he retraces their initial steps, hopes and expectations, where it went wrong (it did), and what happened after the return of some of them to Congo (Brazza).
Date & Time: June 25, 2014
Venue: Mageuzi Space, Pawa254
Time: from 5:30 – 8 pm
More info here
The Categories are;
1. Visual Arts
4. Performing Arts
5. Literary Art
6. Art Therapy
7. Art Teaching
Call for Artists
Deadline for filling an application: April 8, 2014
How to Apply
Send 3 samples of your work, CV & motivational letter
Application Drop off Points
1. Physical Drop off Points: Italian Institute of Culture – Westlands, Goethe Institut Nairobi, Alliance Francaise
2. Soft Copy: email@example.com
Terms & Conditions: To apply you should be 18-35 years old and based in Nairobi
Download the poster here CALL FOR ARTISTS
Dates: June 15-17, 2012
Venue: Kisumu Social Centre, Ondiek Road (Behind Kisumu Bus Terminal)
Time: Friday at 6.30pm, Sat & Sun at 2pm & 4pm
Participating Countries: Austria, France, Netherlands, Switzerland and Sweden
To apply, send your CV and profile explaining why you should be the presenter, Contact details and a passport size photo (Showreel links are encouraged)) to firstname.lastname@example.org and copy to email@example.com
Deadline for applications is on 22nd of August 2011. Only short listed candidates will be invited for the auditions.
Date: July 29, 2011
Venue: Alliance Française gardens
Time : 7pm
Theme: Traditional meets contemporary
Spotlight 2011 will draw attention to the lesser known musical traditions of Northern Kenyan communities under the programme ‘Vital Voices and Culture’: Increasing People Participation in Good Governance and Development’ – Arts and Cultural Synergies for the Empowerment of Communities, a programme being implemented by the Ministry of Justice, National Cohesion and Constitutional Affairs with funding from the European Union.
July concert will feature artists from Loiyangalani, Isiolo and Marsabit showcasing modern pastoralist music as well as introduce to the younger generation the legendary, John Nzenze, whose ‘twist’ musical style is part of the living memory of Kenyan music.