Posts tagged ‘Mike Kyalo’
Fundraising Art Exhibition: in Support of Mukuru Slum Football Team Trip to Sweden, May 29 – 31 2015 @ Kuona Trust
Participating Artists: Alex Mbevo, Adam Masava, Mike Kyalo, Patrick Mukabi, Robinson Omweri, Onyis Martin, Googz Weche Mukona, Robert Ngatia and many more.
All paintings will go for KES 4,000/- (own works from Kenya’s ;eading visual artist’s while supporting a worthwhile cause)
Read about the campaign here
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Exhibition and Sale of Art Work by Rosemary Ahono & Mike Kyalo Apr. 15 – May 3 2015 @ Karen Country Club
Opening and viewing of the works will be on the 18th April 2015 at the cocktail lounge.
Venue: Karen Country Club
Food and drinks on sale
Exhibition Dates: 15th April- 3rd May 2015
To attend kindly RSVP through firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0721262326/ 0733742752on or before 15th April 2015.
Dates: February 10-28, 2014
Venue: Alliance Francaise – Ground Floor Gallery
Mike Kyalo attended Matungulu Boys’ High School in Machakos County. With art not on the school curriculum, Mike formed an art club to pursue his interest which also led to a visit to the GoDown Arts Centre.
Inspired and encouraged by Patrick Mukabi, resident artist at the GoDown Arts Centre, Mike has been mentored by Patrick since leaving school in 2010 and continues to excel at his art. He won the 2012 art competition ‘Experiencing Heritage through Art’ organized by the National Museums of Kenya, and also completed a one month art residency at the Kuona Arts Trust in 2013 courtesy of the Kenya Arts Diary Young Artists Arts Residency.
In this exhibition, Mike presents a series of oil paintings inspired by men at work.
Runs Until: October 20, 2013
From the GoDown to the CBD: Exhibition by Various Artists from the GoDown, Jul. 30-Aug. 31 2013 @ Alliance
Opening: July 30, 2013
Venue: Alliance Francaise
Time: 6 pm
Exhibition Dates: July 30-August 31, 2013
Art works by: Otieno Kota, Mike Kyalo, Alex Mbevo, Tom Mboya, Patrick Mukabi, Moses Mukono, Charles Ngatia, Mary Ogembo, Robbie Omweri, Andrew Otieno, Dickens Otieno, Michael Soi & Ian Waswa
Curated by Thom Ogonga