The Africa Nouveau festival is back. The annual Pan-African arts & cultural event which was first held in 2015 is […]
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PAWA Festival – Art in the Streets is an annual street festival that will be taking place on Sunday 20th December 2015, from 10.00am to 10.00pm at the heart of Nairobi’s Central Business District, along City Hall Way, showcasing socially conscious East African Art, Music and Creativity. It will act as a platform for innovative young artists to showcase their creative genius though visual and performance quality pieces including: public installations; film screenings; photography exhibitions; music; poetry; and literary readings.
Nairobi is the place to be for art lovers this November as the Kenya Art Fair 2015 returns to the Sarit Centre from 13th -15th November having firmly established itself as the premiere event for the contemporary visual arts. Organized by the region’s leading visual art centre Kuona Trust with partners Text Book Centre and Sarit Centre, the fair aims to nurture, appreciate and recognize excellence in the contemporary arts.
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After 6 years and 58 editions of showcasing Africa’s most remarkable and emerging bands, Blankets & Wine now presents Africa Nouveau, a 2-day festival designed to showcase the most innovative, cutting-edge, trend setting artists on September 5th and 6th 2015, at the Ngong Racecourse Nairobi, starting from noon daily.