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The three day event will feature:
Wasanii Exhibition, Art Talks and Digital Art Competitions
The Wasanii exhibition is a groundbreaking collaboration which will feature rarely seen masterworks of over 200 paintings, original prints, photographs and sculptures by both established and upcoming artists from around the region including Uganda, Zanzibar, Sudan, Ghana and Kenya.
The exhibition is a contemporary review and will showcase a wide range of techniques and forms of artistic expression.
This will be a fantastic opportunity for you to get your hands on the artwork you want!
Interactive Art Talks delivered by art professionals, artists, collectors and gallery owners are set to take place throughout the 3 days, allowing you the opportunity to listen, learn, think and interact.
We encourage you to come out and further these 2 hour conversations on all things art.
DIGITAL ART COMPETITION
This competition was designed for artists, practitioners and enthusiasts who are impassioned by the intersection of digital technology and creative art; visionaries who might uniquely meld the two into inspiring art forms.
Submissions had to qualify for one of the four categories namely: Audio-Visual, Interactive Art, Interactive Hardware Installation and Digital Photography.
Winners in each category will be awarded with cash prizes and have their works exhibited at this year’s art fair as well as online.
On November 4, 2015, the Rift Valley Institute’s Rift Valley Forum and the Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat will host a panel to debate the proposition: Global migration is out of control—states must enforce stricter border controls and adopt policies to reduce migration.
Chris Horwood of the Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat, Nanjala Nyabola of Heinrich Boll Institute, Caroline Njuki of IGAD and Sarah Mallia of Pawa254 will present arguments. Journalist John-Allan Namu of KTN will chair the debate, which will be held in the Nairobi National Museum, Louis Leakey Hall from 6-8pm. Refreshments will be served after the event.
Fatuma’s Voice is a weekly Arts forum that fuses music, poetry and art as a tool to talk about and solve social issues.
PAK, in collaboration with PAWA254 recently launched the Kenya Photography Awards 2014, and is now accepting submissions from photographers all over the country.
There are 9 categories under which you can submit your entries: News, Sports, Nature, Portraiture, Daily Life, Creative Young Photographer of the Year, Special Category (Climate Change), and People’s Choice. Before submitting your entries, please be sure to read the KPA Submission Rules to avoid disqualification and ensure all your entries are accepted.
Please click here to submit your entries. Submissions close on 10th February 2015, at 12:00AM.
For further information on rules, and guidelines, please visit the Kenya Photography Awards website or call 0729-913946 during office hours.
Discover & Share : 54th Edition of Blankets & Wine feat. Fena & Wendy Kimani, Aug. 3 2014 @ Carnivore Gardens
This edition of Blankets & Wine will host a variety of fun filled, family-friendly activities as we Discover, Love and Share in the creative blend of music, literature, fashion, art and film.
Dates: August 3, 2014
Venue: Carnivore Gardens
Time: 1-7 pm
Tickets: KES 2000 at the Door
Featured activities at this event will include;
Performances by: Cece Sagini, Mumala, Wendy Kimani and Fena
Kwani Trust STAGE
Join Kenya’s emerging authors, poets, thespians and musicians for a series of thematic performances, readings, discussions and literary exhibitions centered around writing and literature. Share and learn with other literary enthusiasts and experience the world of words live at the Kwani? stage at B&W 54. This month, the Kwani? stage will feature;
Kwani? Literary Salon: Emerging Voices
Kwani? Book Swap
Short Film Exhibition by PAWA 254
FA254: African Designers For Tomorrow
Made With Love
Chill out with the afro-house guru Jack Rooster for a live session of his radio show Caffe Mocha at B&W
Find more info here
Dates: Until December 20, 2013
Venue: Alliance Francaise, Ground Floor Gallery
PAWA254 and Photographers Association of Kenya (PAK) present photographs by the 50 finalists from the inaugural ‘Kenya Photography Awards’. The winners were unveiled at a gala dinner at the KICC on November 26, 2013 in the following categories: News, Daily Life, Creative, Portraiture, Nature, Sports and the Most Promising Young Photographer.
1281 entries were received across all categories.
The Photographer of the Year award went to the Reuters’ Photographer, Thomas Mukoya, who won the Sports Category and was runner-up in the Daily Life category.
Other winners include: Georgina Goodwin (News), Thandiwe Muriu (Portraiture), Joe Kiragu (Creative), David Mutua (Daily Life), Karim Kara (Nature) and Thandiwe Muriu and Louis Nderi (Young Photographer).
Date: May 18, 2013
Venue: NaiLab, Bishop Magua Building 4th Floor
Location: opposite Uchumi Ngong Road
Entry: Kshs 500 (inclusive of reading material)
The all day workshop will be facilitated at NaiLab (Bishop Magua Bldg) by IP Checkin, Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law
– CiPIT and Kenya Copyright Board
This workshop will cover more than Copyright, Infringement, Protecting your IP, Agreements, Rights and the different ways you can make a living off your Intellectual Property.
with the proud support of Creatives Garage, BAKE, POWO, Craft Afrika, PAWA254 and Arterial Network.