Posts tagged ‘Shalom House’
About Afrika Handmade symposium
Afrika Handmade is developed as strategic activity under our market development program. The 2 day event, scheduled for 2nd-3rd October 2014, will seek to generate visibility for the contemporary craft and design sector in Kenya, thereby opening up new market opportunities especially at the domestic and regional levels.
It will also provide a rare opportunity for multi stakeholder discussions on a range of issues surrounding the craft and design sector in Kenya.
Entry to the launch event is free, though registration through this link is advised http://bit.ly/1sMTTgm.
For more information about Craft Afrika and our programs, visit our blog http://bit.ly/1jhuNzx
The copying of designs in the craft and design sector is nothing new. In fact, the habit has become so deeply entrenched that many designers have resigned themselves to this fate- sooner rather than later.
Internationally, we witnessed the kiondo and kikoy being ‘stolen’. What could we have done differently? What CAN we do differently to protect our cultural heritage, our designs, our intellectual property?
One of the most powerful yet least understood option is copyright.
The Kenya Copyright Board [KECOBO] is the government body charged with ensuring that the rightful owner of a design enjoys the accruing benefits.
This June 12, 2-5pm, Craft Afrika and KECOBO team up to bring you an insightful discussion on copyright – what it means, what it applies to, how much it costs, other people’s copyright and how to manage it.
It will be an eye-opening, empowering discussion. You want to be there.
Entrance is free, though registration is a requirement.
Register now through this Eventbrite Link
This February 20th, 2-5pm at Shalom House, Craft Afrika will be talking all about craft fairs with the names behind the best of them in Nairobi:
– Kealleigh Bell- Ngong Racecourse Christmas Fair
– Caroline Mbindyo- Bizarre Bazaar Craft Festival
– Lynette Anderson- Nairobi Fashion Market
– Claire Niala- Waldorf Eco Fair
Take a break from work and come through to the ONLY such networking forum for crafters! Share ideas and information, exchange resources and learn from the best in the craft fair business.
PLUS we are giving you an opportunity to show and tell. If you have a product that you would like to get feedback on- this is your chance! Indeed, given how busy these four ladies are, this is an opportunity you DO NOT want to miss.
Register here for free
After running a successful 6 month training program for craftpreneurs, Craft Afrika has recently introduced short courses in craft and design.
Classes start 22nd August 2013 and run both daytime and evening. Course fees start from 2500 KShs and will be conducted at Shalom House, St. Daniel Comboni road, off Ngong road.
For more details about course content, rates and benefits, visit www.craftafrika.org
Deadline for applications is August 19, 2013
Contact email: email@example.com and tel. +254 732 98 22 26
Date: June 8, 2013
Venue: Shalom House, Ngong Road
Time: 10 am – 1 pm
Entry: Free. Register here http://oneyeara.eventbrite.com/#
• Panel discussion on craftsmanship and why it is the key to your business success
• Lip smacking birthday cake & tea
Zen meditation in Nairobi – Do you wish to meditate according to the Zen tradition, or learn how to do
it? Every Wednesday, the introduction for beginners starts at 6.15pm, and the meditation session at 6.45pm until 8.00 pm. Find out where
exactly and when, visiting https://sites.google.com/site/zenkenya/