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Guided Tours of the On Going Exhibition – Transient [Inspired By Turkana], Until Jun. 2 2014 @ National Museum
Dates and Time: Thursday May 15th at 3 pm, Saturday May 24th at 3 pm and Tuesday May 27th at 10 am
Transient [inspired by Turkana] showcases a selection of drawings,photography, light boxes, and installation work depicting the notion of impermanence. Through the usage of diverse media and processes,Muñoz explores the idea of private space, ownership, and mobility,highlighting at the same time the splendor of one of Kenya’s most secluded cultures.
To RSVP call us on 0721262326
More information on www.josefinamunoz.net
The exhibition ‘Transient: Inspired by Turkana’ opens Tuesday, 6th May 2014 at the National Museum of Kenya.
The works on display will be an output of Kuona resident artist Josefina Munoz, portraying work inspired the Kenyan Turkana community.
More information on http://www.josefinamunoz.net
This is a workshop that aims to provide basic skills to professionalize an artist’s practice. The workshop shall run through three intense sessions and will be instructed by artist in residence Josefina Muñoz. Participants will be taken through different alternatives to present a portfolio, resume, cover letter and artist statement. With these elements we will then revise how to apply for grants, scholarships, shows, and international artist in residence programs.
A list of online resources will be given for further research, along with relevant samples for reference. Each student will be requested to find and prepare a real ongoing submission thereafter. Through group evaluation we will discuss the proposals and refine them for final submission.
Participants are requested to carry their current portfolios.