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Join Tabitha wa Thuku as she showcases a collection of her art
Opening: Monday, March 24 2014 at 5 pm
Venue: the Shifteye Gallery (Priory Place, Argwings Kodhek Rd. Hurlingham)
Location details: Map
The exhibition runs until 29th March,2014
The Support Women Artists Now (SWAN) weekend is designed to showcase the power and diversity of women’s creativity.
On Saturday the 30th of March the SWAN weekend starts with poetry, spoken word, music and dance performances at the Phoenix Theatre from 9 am to 3 pm. On Sunday the 31st of March visual artists will showcase and sell their art, and music performance will be held at the Kuona Trust from 11 am to 7 pm. Entry is absolutely free.
Featuring: Achieng Abura, Amileena of TPF IV, Shish and Tanya of Tahidi High, Tabitha Wa Thuku, Rabbo of Tatuu, the Papa Shirandula crew, Lydiah Dola, Iddi Achieng, Veronica Wanjeri, Wahu and Masallah amongst others.
Please contact email@example.com for additional information.
Venue: Phoenix Theatre
Date: Saturday the 30th of March from 9 am to 3 pm. Entry is free.
Venue: Kuona Trust
Date: Sunday the 31st of March from 11 am to 7 pm. Entry is free.
For Zihan Kassam, ‘Shelter for a Sage’ is a world in which a philosopher might reside; an old country dream where those who miss nature can take refuge; where they repose. For renowned artist, Tabitha wa Thuku, it is the home she looks forward to after having experienced a trying time in the recent past. She hopes for a humble home again, with a small vegetable patch and modest living quarters where artists who are looking for support; artists, who are so often misunderstood, can find peace of mind.
Together, the two artists, young and veteran, have created nature-abstracts, to remind us not to be preoccupied with the rat-race. Nature will teach the most important of lessons.
Zihan Kassam, art correspondent, is excited to collaborate with renowned artist, Tabitha Wa Thuku, one of the most recognized female artists of the contemporary Kenyan art scene, whose earthy, textured works have traveled to the far corners of the world.
Despite some of the difficulties faced by artists in Kenya, the two artists incite positivity in each other.
Hot Planet – Tabitha wa Thuku (mixed media)
Naked – Zihan Kassam (acrylic on canvas)
Dates: Until August 31, 2012
Venue: Vogue Café, Nivina Towers, Westlands Road opp CFC Stanbic
Contacts: 0722 737 778
For more info: Facebook event page
Paintings are going at very competitive prices.