Posts tagged ‘the Little Art Gallery’
Cocktail Opening: January 10th , 2015 | Saturday at 2.00 pm
Venue : 202 Daisy Rd, Off Duom Palm Rd, New Runda . (see map attached)
The Exhibition will be opened by Mary K. M’mkindia, a Local Art Enthusiast.
Exhibition Dates: January 9th – 19th, 2015
The Little Art Gallery featuring: Adrian Nduma |Alex Mbevo| Boniface Maina|Michael Musyoka|Douglas Musyoki|Patrick Kinuthia|Patrick Mukabi | James Njoroge | Peter Elung’at |Samuel Njuguna | Michael Soi | Tom Mboya | Anthony Wanjau
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/
Exhibition: Collabo Pap! Feat. Five Drops of Nairobi’s Finest Cream, Jul. 23-30 2014 @ Village Market
Exhibiting artists: Patrick Kinuthia, Yassir Ali, Sam Njuguna, Omosh Kindeh and Adrian Nduma
RSVP : Art Scout +254 722 457 111 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibition: Finding Voice… Maisha, Mitush, Music & others Matters, May 23 – Jun. 4 2014 @ the Village Market
An Art exhibition showing recent works by Michael Musyoka and Boniface Maina. Very engaging concepts … Beauty with Brains!
Cocktail opening: May 23rd, Friday, 6.00 pm @ the Village Market, Exhibition hall.
The exhibition will be opened by H.E. the ambassador of Venezuela.
Exhibition Period : May 22nd – June 2nd
Dates: December 1-2, 2012
Venue: Mechtild and Will’s residence, (St Michaels Rd, off Waiyaki Way – Opp. Safaricom Hse.
Time: 11am – 6 pm
RSVP: William 0722 457 111, e-mail – William@thelittleartgallery.co.ke or Mechtild 0737 184 451, e-mail – email@example.com
A selection of fine sculptors including Bertiers, Morris Foit, Irene Wanjiru, Harrison Mburu, Omosh Kindeh, Anthony Wanjau, Peter Walala, Ken Mwingi, Dickens Otieno, Michael Soi, Kepha Musoti and Dennis Muraguri.
On Sunday 2nd, enjoy a glass of wine and the artists’ company as you contemplate their artworks. A few paintings will also be on show.