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Performances by: Richard Bona, The Nile Project, Rhythm Junks – Belgium, Yuval Cohen – Israel, Aaron Rimbui, Chris Bittok, Eddie Grey, Jacob Asiyo and Kavutha Mwanzia
Proceeds from this concert will go to the purchase of music instruments for the Ghetto Classics Music Programme.
Mobile East Africa, the East African edition of the most progressive and interactive mobile focused events in Sub-Saharan Africa, is primed to once again be the leading mobile focused conference in the region this year.
The event will feature the very best local and international speakers from organisations including IBM, Safaricom, Jumia Kenya, iHub, Virtual City, FrontlineSMS, Praekelt, SAP and Airtel.
World-renowned mobile expert Tomi Ahonen will deliver a special address during the main conference, as well as a dedicated full-day workshop on Friday, February 14th.
Dates: 12th – 14th February 2014
Time: 9am to 5pm daily
Venue: Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi, Kenya
Vist their Website for more information
RSVP: 0705 222 222
Date: Tuesday 10th September, 2013
Time: at 5:30 to 7:00pm
Entry is FREE
Exhibition: Pieces of Fortune – Celebrating Art’s Modernity, Aug. 25-Sept. 2 2013 @ Michael Joseph Centre
Edward Manyonge’s debut exhibition “Pieces of Fortune” is opening at The Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom House on Sunday afternoon 25th August starting 3–5 pm and will feature surprise artists in an acoustic performance. “Pieces of Fortune” celebrates the freedom provided by modern aspects of art and its collection is a touch of contemporary designs with some depicting architectural aspects while providing a minimalistic yet valiant feel to Edward’s paintings, most of which are acrylic on canvas.
Painter Edward’s bold and colorful works champion both figurative and abstract mediums that enthrall into an inward journey into his world. His style portrays vivid images and patterns painted “from the inside out” as he puts it, so as to allow for the present moment to inform the process of creation with an intention to feed heart and soul and instill a sense of peace and joy.
Edward started “playing with colors” while still as young as five years old. He would later emerge Second Best in Kenya in a national competition on painting sponsored by Kiwi at 12 years old.
His works have previously been exhibited at joint exhibitions including at Alliance Française and at Braeburn Garden Estate. After studying Art, Design and Photography at the Buru Buru Fine Arts, Edward is now Braeburn Garden Estate High School’s Graphic Designer and enjoys painting at any given free time.
“Pieces of Fortune” exhibition has been supported by Michael Joseph Centre and opens for public viewing from Monday 25th August till 2nd September 2013. Surprise guests will grace the exhibition’s opening in an acoustic performance, after which Edward will give the guests a brief welcoming note.
For reservations of seats/a chance to interview artist Edward Manyonge/purchase or have art work reserved, contact Anyiko via +254 721 368 983
Exhibition: Different Strokes II by Sammy Lutaya feat. Zipporah Irari, Aug. 14-23 2013 @ Michael Joseph Centre
Exhibition by: Sammy Lutaya feat. Zipporah Irari
Sammy Lutaya is ranked one of Kenya’s most prolific visual artists and illustrators. Besides painting and creating artworks whose scope covers varied socio-economic-cultural themes, he also seeks to promote the visual arts both locally and internationally.
Sammy has participated in various art exhibitions and cultural exchange workshops in different countries including Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, Mauritius, Italy,China, Australia and Pakistan.
Zipporah Irari started out as a teacher but quit to concentrate on painting. Early this year she exhibited at the National Museum of Kenya.
Dates: August 10-11, 2013
Venue: Nairobi Railway Club
Tickets: Kshs 200
Panelists: Muthoni Garland, Sitawa Namwalie, Eric Omondi and Binyavanga Wainaina
Proceeds go to start a library foundation
Date: May 25, 2013
Venue: Nyayo Stadium
Time: 7 am
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Performances by: Giovanni Falzone Quintet with Giovanni Falzone-trumpet, Francesco Bearzatti-tenor saxophone, clarinet, Beppe Caruso-trombone, Paolino Della Porta-double bass and Antonio Fusco-drums
A Jazz concert dedicated to Ornette Coleman, the American saxophonist, violinist, trumpeter, composer and founder of the Free Jazz movement in the 1960s.
Performances by: John de Mathew, Musaimo, Loise Kim, Mike Rua, Mungai wa Njoroge and Kamande wa Kioi
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom House
Tickets: Kshs 300 [MJC-0722 005 890 or art of Music 0715 918 977]
Expect: A creative afternoon featuring classical musicians, poets, singers and dancers.
Artists: Chuma Pascal, Isabell Nyanchoka and Alfred Mwaego from BOBEA Art Centre
Tickets available at Safaricom Shops and Galito’s outlets
For more information visit: http://www.safaricom.co.ke/safaricom7s/
Performances by: Maia Von Lekow, Christine the Jazzist, Valentine Ziki, Stan, and Sage
This is a party for the whole family with plenty of food, drink, music, art, craft making and buying.
For more information visit the Facebook event page
NB: Ample packing available
The exhibition ‘Equilibrium – A Moment in Solitude’ is a unique reflection of waterscapes through the lens of black & white photography, capturing the movement of water in still images to reveal vivid contract, unique tones and a feeling of space.
Equilibrium is Zia Manji first exhibition and reveals over 30 photographs from a body of work including the beaches of the Indian Ocean, the lakes of the Great Rift Valley and France, waterways in Venice and the Lochs of Scotland
The Photos capture the relationship between water and other elements mirroring the photographer’s relationship to the subject as a means of finding balance. The use of monochrome distills the essence of the photograph to reveal reflections, textures and passage of time that would otherwise be missed.
Dates: April 20-June 8, 2012
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom House
Entry: RSVP Rahab at email@example.com
Expect: To see beautiful Eco-Art pieces and learn how this is helping to make the environment a better and safer place for future generations
Wamathai.com presents Wamathai Spoken Word December on;
December 3, 2011
Venue: The Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom House on Waiyaki Way.
Time: 4pm – 7pm
Charges: Kshs. 300 in advance & Kshs. 400 at the gate
Advance tickets are available from WWW.TICKETSASA.COM & at the Michael Joseph Centre reception desk.
Hosts: TV personality Anyiko Owoko & Blogger and Auditor Robert Kunga.
Poetry Performances by: Wanjiku Mwaurah, Asali, Pearl, Jeremy Levinger, Lonesome Bounty, Kennet B, Nuru Bahati,Kevin ‘Man Njoro’, M.K, Abu Sense, Claude Baus, Miss Soulful, Ngatia, Dave Ndirangu, Aisha Salim, Ami, Mugambi Nthiga, Vickie Zosi, Mark Anthony, PotentAsh and many more
Music by: Elani & Afrology
The event will feature an exhibition of poetographs from the Koroga II project, a collaboration between Kenyan poets and photographers.
Date: November 25, 2011
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom Building, Wayaki Way
Entry: Prior Reservation with Gosia Olsen [Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. (+254 20) 712 00 19/20/21]
One year after retirement as Chief Executive Officer of Safaricom Mr. Michael Joseph will share a decade in which he lead the company to become the largest mobile phone operator in East Africa.
Date: November 7, 2011
Venue: Louis Leakey Auditorium
Venue: National Museum of Kenya
Time: 6.15pm (Doors open at 7pm)
Donations*: Kshs 500 non-members, Kshs 400 Members and Kshs 200 Students
Contacts: 0724255299 or 2339158 or email@example.com
*Proceeds to fund the development of exhibitions at National Museum of Kenya.
Poetry Performances by: Pepe Haze, Dennis Inkwa, Njeri Wangari, Checkmate, B. Mutua, Kevin ‘Man Njoro’, Jemedari, Daddie Marto, El Poet, Mahebob, Le Cleric, Sonnia Gitome, Taidi Mkenya, Amare Poeta, Kaffy Mwangi, Gathoni, Frank, Brian Mutoro, Nduta, Anzetse & Yung Nnoiz
Music by: Wairimu Ng’aru
This event will feature a photo exhibition by photographer Mutua Matheka.
Hosts: Radio Host Sadia Ahmed & Blogger and Auditor Robert Kunga.
Opening Date: October 28, 2011
Venue: The Michael Joseph Center
Tickets: Kshs 1000
Online Booking: http://mpesaticketing.com/
Dates: October 29-30, 2011
October 29, 2011 @ 7:00pm [Kshs 1.000/-]
October 30, 2011 @ 4:00pm [Adults Kes 800/- Children Under 14 Kes 400/-]
In the run-up to the next general elections, the Opposition Parties’ Conference is the talk of the country. It is horse-trading time- and a motley collection of incumbent legislators, each with their own agenda- are bent on cobbling together a semblance of unity to secure their seats- and of course the hefty perks!
Key to this conference is Winston Churchill Matumbato- so called ‘Kingmaker’- who is supposedly a venerable political animal.
The meeting is being held at the Walevis’ Authentic African Hotelunder management of the proprietor- Mama Toto. The proceedings are followed keenly by her general factotum- Solo. The press are attracted to the conference like moths to a candle. The local press is represented by Pitbul Nteria, and the international angle is covered by Don Brother. However, it transpires that everything is not as it seems to everybody. This production sees the return to the Phoenix Stage of Ng’ang’a Kirumburu and Mwangi, and features David Opondoe [Propose Me!], Yriimo Mwaura [Duets], Bruce Makau [Romeo & Juliet] and Kevin Amwoma [Smile Orange], among others- including some fresh talent
For more info: nickcreations