Posts tagged ‘Kenya Performing Arts Group’

Je Vous Aime Aussi – Contemporary Dance Performance by Dalmas Otieno, Jul. 17 2014 @ Michael Joseph Centre

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Contemporary dance performance by Dalmas Otieno
Date: July 17, 2014
Venue: MJ Centre – Safaricom House
Time: 7.30 pm
Tickets: KES 1000

Part of the proceed of the will go towards the Action Foundation

The Action Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization in Kenya that enables children, living with physical & mental disabilities, in low income and marginalized areas to lead a healthy and dignified lives.

We are creating a barrier free society for children living with disability through our rehabilitation centres and awareness generation in the local communities. Children who live in poverty and have a disability are unlikely to access therapy and care when they need it because the options available are expensive and inaccessible.

Our approach makes it possible for children living with disability to access therapy and care where and when they need it the most. The direct involvement of the parents and community members makes our projects self-sustaining and low-cost.

Its not only going to be an entertaining night but also a charitable one, so come one, come all and let’s make this happen.


July 16, 2014 at 1:21 pm Leave a comment

Nairobi Festival of Solos and Duets: Presentation & Discussion by Jens Bjerregaard, Oct. 6 2012 @ Goethe

Dance Forum Nairobi in cooperation with Kenya Performing Arts Group and the Goethe-Institut, presents the Nairobi Festival of Solos and Duets Residency Edition 2012. Jens Bjerregaard, who will make a start, is best described as an architect of movement, with a natural instinct for structure, often inspired by contemporary art and design. He will present his 15 min solo show “Opaque” on the 6th October 2012.

As agreed with the organizers, his performance will start at 5:30 pm – so don’t get confused because of the information given on the posters. In addition, the participants of the already ongoing workshop will present their own short performance and Jared Onyango will be on stage as well.

Afterwards, you are very welcome to take part in a discussion with the artists!

October 4, 2012 at 5:57 pm Leave a comment

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