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The Music include: include Wanny Angerer (a world renowned Honduran Jazz performer) and Moving Cultures artists who will entertain from 11am till 3pm playing variety of African heritage cultural music.
Later on, The Vinyl Record Collectors will take over till 6pm.
For further information contact: Brenda on 0772 516317 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates: January 20 – February 9, 2014
Venue: Alliance Française
The pictures in this exhibition are a culmination of research and archiving carried out by Ketebul Music over a period of seven years as part of their Retracing Kenyan Music series. This photo exhibition, produced with the support of the Kenya Music Week, pays tribute to musicians who have shaped the various genres of music in Kenya, and influenced our social psyche over the past five decades.
The “50 Years of Kenyan Music” photo exhibition made its debut at the 10th Annual KENYA MUSIC WEEK that took place at the Sarit Centre Expo Hall from Thursday 12th -Sunday 15th December 2013, as part of Kenya@50 Celebrations; and plans to tour the Country for the next 12 months”.
Conference: Popular Expression in the Silicon Savanna – Perspectives on the Digitization of Art and Life in Kenya, Jul. 10 2012 @ Goethe
While it remains to be seen whether the digital revolution will bring Kenyas ‘Vision 2030’ to fruition, digital technologies are clearly transforming the landscape of Kenyan popular culture. In Kenya today, popular music is being produced on computers and consumed on mobile phones; fiction is being published, read, and commented upon in blogs; poetry is being podcast; religious and political slogans are circulating on Twitter.
This conference brings together Kenyan and non-Kenyan scholars, intellectuals, and cultural practitioners for lively presentations and discussions on the ways in which digital technologies are transforming the production, consumption, reception, monetization, and politicization of popular expression in Kenya – all with a view toward developing a better understanding of Kenyan society in the digital age.
Organised by Prof. Mbugua wa-Mungai (Kenyatta University) and Dr. Andrew J. Eisenberg (University of Oxford), with support from the Goethe-Institut Kenya and the ‘Music, Digitisation, Mediation’ Research Programme at the University of Oxford, UK
Date: July 10, 2012
Venue: Goethe Institut Auditorium
For more info & programme check G.I. facebook event page