Posts tagged ‘south africa’
Dates: February 25 – March 1 2015
Country/Venue: CAPE TOWN ART FAIR | BOOTH B3
Participating Artists: MERIKOKEB BERHANU, MIRIAM SYOWIA KYAMBI, JAMES MURIUKI and PAUL ONDITI
Lecture: Frantz Fanon at 90 – His Relevance to the Pan-African Vision Today, Jan. 8 2015 @ Pawa 254 Hub
To mark the 90th anniversary of the birth of Frantz Fanon, the Pan-African Baraza & ThoughtWorks have the pleasure of inviting you to a lecture by Professor Lewis Gordon, Nelson Mandela Visiting Professor at Rhodes University, South Africa, and Professor of Philosophy and African American Studies, with affiliation in Judaic Studies, at the University of Connecticut, USA.
Lewis Gordon is author of many books, and is author of forthcoming title: What Fanon Said: A Philosophical Introduction to His Life and Thought
Frantz Fanon at 90: His Relevance to the Pan-African Vision Today #fanonat90
Date: 8 January 2015
Venue: PAWA 254, 2nd Floor, Africa Alliance of YMCAs Building, State House Crescent, Nairobi
Time: 5.00 to 6.30pm
Find more information here
The Koroga Festival Feat. Simphiwe Dana – South Africa, Atemi and Amileena – Kenya, Nov. 9 2014 @ the Arboretum
Performances by: Simphiwe Dana – South Africa and Atemi & Amileena -Kenya
Out of Town / Book Launch: True Citizen & London – Cape town – Joburg, Oct. 15 2014 @ The Little Art Gallery Kisumu
* True Citizen
* London – Cape Town – Joburg
Date: October 15, 2014
Venue: The Little Art Gallery, Kisumu
Time: 6.00 pm
Zuki’s debut novel, The Madams, was shortlisted for the K. Sello Duiker Award in 2007. Her most recent novel, Men of the South, was shortlisted for the 2011 Commonwealth Writers.
For more about Zuki, please visit : http://zukiswawanner.wordpress.com/
Join Kwani? Trust for a special edition of Sunday Salon featuring writers from Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Is it prize season, you ask? Yes it is!
Winner of Kwani Trust’s Manuscript Prize and the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize Jennifer Makumbi, reads from her just-launched novel, Kintu, published by Kwani?
The Shortlisted Writers of the 2013 Etisalat Prize for Literature – Yewande Omotoso, author of Bom Boy, Karen Jennings, author of Finding Soutbek and the overall winner, NoViolet Bulawayo, author of We Need New Names, read from their work.
Kwani? Trust sends off the two Kenyan writers shortlisted for The Caine Prize for African Writing 2014; Billy Kahora and Okwiri Oduor, with readings from their nominated stories ahead of the announcement of the overall winner in Oxford in July.
Live music by KIU
Find more info here
Local DJ act’s: DJ Andre and Madtraxx.
Date: March 15, 2014
Venue: Carnivore Grounds
Time: from 7 pm till 3 am
Tickets: Regular tickets Kshs 2500 and VIP Kshs 5000 . Tickets available in Nakumatt outlets: Mega, Junction, Prestige Plaza, Lifestyle, TRM and Village Market.
Dates: Until December 29, 2013
Venue: Red Hill Art Gallery
Location: between One off & Banana Hill Art Gallery
Exhibiting Artist: Charles Sekano – South Africa
Read Frank Whalley Review of this exhibition on the link below.
The man who loved all women. Daily Nation December 9, 2013