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Exhibition runs through November 4, 2016
“Young Woman, Welcome to the Holocene” is the debut solo show of American artist April Zhu in Nairobi, featuring works on canvas and poetry.
Opening night is Friday, 21 October at 7pm. The Exhibition will be on the Ground Floor of The Shifteye Gallery at The Priory Place.
April Zhu was born in West Virginia, USA. She received her BA in Environmental Studies and Studio Art from Wellesley College in 2014, where she has previously exhibited in group shows Half Artist and Object and Image (2013) and independently Kinyago (2014). She lives and works in Nairobi, Kenya.
Join Tabitha wa Thuku as she showcases a collection of her art
Opening: Monday, March 24 2014 at 5 pm
Venue: the Shifteye Gallery (Priory Place, Argwings Kodhek Rd. Hurlingham)
Location details: Map
The exhibition runs until 29th March,2014
Kenyan Cupid: ‘Kenya’s premier valentine’s day event’ and will be hosted at Waridi Paradise Apartment Hotel, Hurlingham this year. The show will run from 7- 11pm featuring a showcase by six designers, exhibitors & music performances. Tickets are going for Kshs 3000 inclusive of dinner (buffet).
For tickets, call: Steve 0724169522
Kombo & The Afro Simba Band Live @ Sippers
Kombo and Afrosimba Band and Sippers have been friends for many years, so we are proud to bring them back for you to enjoy a lively fun show. Afrosimba’s Mijikenda beats make them one of the only East African coastal bands that fit in the genre of Afrofusion.
They are a hot upcoming group combining contemporary sounds with their traditional roots and joining an exciting trend of artists helping to create a long lost identity of Kenyan music much like successful artists from Mali, Senegal and South Africa.
Afrosimba’s distinct Kenyan sound resonates with people from all over the country and takes them back to the good old days when Kenyan musicians were heard in ever house and gathering. They are generating Kenyan pride like recent performers from Uganda and Tanzania have done for their countries. Kombo has created a concept growing in popularity through live concerts at all of the regions important clubs, concert halls and music festivals.
They were a top band at this year’s first Mogadishu Music Festival for peace organized by the United Nations and high level international governments to bring live music to a city that hasn’t experienced since before their civil war more than twenty years ago. Not copying hip-hop or rap music, their original sound will surely knock your socks off!
Dates: May 24, 31 & June 7, 2011
Venue: Sippers – Hurlingham
Location: Argwings Kodhek Road, at the shopping centre opposite Barclays