Posts tagged ‘International Women’s Day’
At Udada Festival Trust, one worldwide event that we will be celebrating in a big way is International Women’s Day, on 8th March. This year, we invite you to our celebratory Udada Movie Night that will be held on March 8th (Next Tuesday), 2016 at The Hub Karen from 5:30pm to 9:30 pm.
The Udada Movie Night will screen our 2015 Award winning film, Bella and the Kenyan award-winning film Soko Sonko. The event is open to all and highlighted by strong key note speakers of women changing the world.
International Women’s Day: Women of the World Talk & Act Conference 2015, Mar. 7 2015 @ Michael Joseph Centre
Women have been long termed, “their own worst enemies”. But in 2015 Moving Cultures is going to change that with the “Women of the World Talk & Act” interactive conference as we celebrate International Women’s Day in style!
This is the only event that you will find Fashion beacons such as Ann McCreath, Ajuma Naseyana, Politicians; Naisula Lesuda, Thespian and performers such as June Gachui, Emi Kitasako ( Japan), Temi Ogunyuko (USA), Salsa instructors such as Marion Munga, Photographers such as Georgina Goodwin and Writers such as Margaretta Gacheru and over 20 other iconic women sharing of themselves in one on one mentorship and facilitation, to grow the force and effect of women to positively impact Kenya and the world.
For more information on this event contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Women’s Day: Dedication Painting to Wangari Maathai – A Lady of Commitment, Mar. 8 2014 @ National Museum
The National Museum of Kenya invites you to view a dedication painting during the Celebration Of International Women’s Day on March 8, 2014.
The masterpiece titled Wangari Maathai, A Lady of Commitment by Joseph Bertiers stands tall at 6ft x 8ft.
In honouring Maathai’s activities & achievements the masterpiece becomes a great source of inspiration for change and reflection on the economic, political and social achievements of women.
You are encouraged to find some time during the women’s week starting Saturday March 8th to visit and spend time with the painting. It is displayed at the Nairobi National Museum‘s lobby on ground floor.
The painting will be on display at the museum for a minimum period of one year.
Time: The National Museum is open daily from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
Entry: Museum Rates Apply
A Collaboration of National Museums of Kenya and VS Arts
Dates: March 7-11, 2011
Venue: Alliance Française
Events line up in this festival includes; film/discussion, exhibition, poetry performances and pad raising concert
Download the Festival Culturelles programme of events