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Rocky Dawuni was the 2017 Sauti za Busara headlining act.
Kenyan artistes: Prisca Ojwang and Silas Miami are set to rock Nairobi next Friday, 16th December at the Alchemist from 7:00 p.m. Hosted by celebrated media personality and artiste Patricia Kihoro, the event dubbed Afro Loving x Withdrawal Symptoms will be a celebration of African beauty through music, dance, monologues and visual stimulation – a call to all diasporans and local artistes creating dope content.
As the soulful duo share their artistic journey with the audience, they will be joined by Sage, KIU, Awuor Onyango, Jinku and radio personality/DJ G Money.
The third edition of the Kenya Art Fair is set to be the best one yet, showcasing vibrant and contemporary art by both emerging and established artists from the East African region.
Participating institutions, galleries, artists and art collectives include: Circle Art Agency, Diani Beach Art Gallery, the Art Space, the Godown Art Centre, Nairobi Bag Factory (Michael Soi), Polka Dot art gallery, Railway Gallery, Banana Hill Art Gallery, Fundi Art Gallery, Umoja Gallery (UG), Karibu Gallery (UG), Njovu Gallery (UG) Brush Tu, Liege Gallery, Fek Fek Gallery (UG), Photizo Gallery, Dust Depo,Wajukuu Art Project, Cyrus Kabiru Art, Samuel Githui, Kamal Shah, Gerladine Robarts, Yassir Ali,Moses Nyawanda, Peter Kenyanaya, Patrick Nganga, Academy of Graphic Technology and the Kenya Copyright Board.
Happening alongside this will be interactive art talks on issues around the visual arts facilitated by various stake holders, special site specific installations, a books area with exciting new art books, and a display of the best submissions from the Wasanii and Grafitti Art competition.
For more information, on the schedule and activities, visit the Kuona Trust website