Posts tagged ‘Nairobi Railways Museum’

Tupac Exhibition by Oliver Martin, Until Aug. 15 2014 @ the Railway Museum

Tupac poster
All Eyes on Me Exhibition

Venue: the Railway Museum
Time: 8am- 6pm daily

Exhibition runs until August 15, 2014


July 17, 2014 at 6:31 pm Leave a comment

Naipolitans: The Day We Catch the Train, Jul. 12 2013, @ Nairobi Railways Museum & Station

This month, Naipolitans forum will be about experiencing firsthand one of Nairobi’s newer urban developments – the Nairobi-Syokimau commuter rail service.

Date: Friday July 12, 2013
Time: 3.30-7.30 pm

3.30-5 pm: Visit Nairobi Railway Museum
5.30-7.30 pm: Ride the Nairobi-Syokimau train

Launched in November 2012, the Kenya Railways Corporation is extremely proud of this “jam rescue” service as it saves commuters hours sitting in the traffic along the infamous Mombasa Road, especially during rush hour. In Nairobi, where traffic is the stuff war stories are made of, a two-hour plus commute has been reduced to a comfortable 30 mins.

Not only does public transportation benefit the people who use it, it also benefits society as a whole by fostering more livable communities. It encourages economic and social activities and helps create strong neighbourhood centres that are economically stable, safe, and productive. When commuters ride public transportation or walk, contact with neighbours tends to increase, ultimately helping to bring a community together.

Come join in the experience of riding the first of many projects aimed at improving the city’s public transportation system, and by extension, Nairobi’s communities.

Restricted by the train schedule, the evening activity will be structured as follows:

4:00-5:00pm – Meet at the Nairobi Railway Museum and learn about the railway that was the catalyst to the evolution of Nairobi City.

5:30pm – Meet at the Nairobi Railway Station to buy return tickets (130/=) and prepare for trip. Look out for the group on the train platform with a Naipolitans sign. Call Sheila (0726-177767) or Njeri (0737-791113) if you cannot find the group.

5:50-6:20pm – Train ride to Syokimau

6:45-7:15pm – Train ride back to Nairobi

7:15-7:30pm – Conclusion of forum

As participation is voluntary, please note that you are taking part at your own risk. Naipolitans cannot take responsibility should there be any mishaps during the trip.

July 8, 2013 at 3:52 pm 1 comment

Exhibition: End Year Art Expo, Dec. 1-31 2012 @ Nairobi Railways Museum

End year expo at Railways Museum
Opening: December 1, 2012
Time: 9.30 am-6 pm
Entry: Adults Kshs 400 & Students Kshs 300

Exhibition Runs until December 31, 2012
Contacts: // or 0722 256 648

December 1, 2012 at 2:54 pm Leave a comment

Exhibition: Ngecha Creative Insight, Sept. 11-Oct. 10 2012 @ Nairobi Railway Museum

Dates: September 11-October 10, 2012
Venue: Nairobi Railway Museum

An exhibition of paintings and sculptures by 15 leading Ngecha Artists at reasonable prices

Pause Visions – Ngecha Artist Association from Jon Hickey on Vimeo.

September 10, 2012 at 7:17 pm Leave a comment

Exhibition: Ngecha Artist Association, Aug 14 – Sep 10 2012 @Nairobi Railways Museum

The Ngecha Artists Association invites you to an exhibition showing the works of some of their most talented artists. Join them for the opening on the 14th of August at 6pm at the Nairobi Railway Museum

August 14, 2012 at 11:02 am Leave a comment

Exhibition: by Educultural Artists Kenya, Apr. 24 2012 @ Nairobi Railways Museum

Opening: April 24, 2012
Venue: Nairobi Railways Museum
Time: 6pm

This will be the first ever exhibition held at the Nairobi Railways Museum which opens a new Art Gallery which happens to be one of its kind in East and Central Africa. It is an establishment created to complement the historical Nairobi Railways Museum artifacts.

This exhibition will feature some of the most prominent contemporary Kenyan artists

Contacts: 0722256648/0733539105 (ECAK) and 020 2215796/2210111 (Kenya Railways)

April 16, 2012 at 3:40 pm Leave a comment

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