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Thursday 14th November 2019
Michael Joseph Center
Ubuntu Creative Art


19th October to 19th Nov. 2019
Nairobi National Museum
The Essence Of Time Exhubition

An exhibition that is set to educate on past lifestyles and social behavior of Kenyan citizens from 1900s to 1990s. The exhibition is timely as Kenya celebrates Mashujaa day(heroes day) on 20th October.




26th October to 24th Nov. 2019
One Off Contemporary Art Gallery
Exhibition by Mercy Kagia and David Thuku

One Off proudly presents ‘Travel Drawings’ by Mercy Kagia. Kagia gained a BA (Hons) in Illustration before moving on to a Masters in Drawing as Process. Her academic achievement culminated in a PhD in Documentary Drawing from Kingston University, London.
She combines her academic career with practice and has exhibited widely in UK, Bahrain, Kenya and Germany. Her work is mainly based on direct observation and for this she has been commissioned to document various events and projects as a reportage artist. ‘Travel drawings’ includes sketches and illustrations made in South Korea, Japan, Myanmar, Germany, Austria, Spain, Italy, Australia, Colombia, Peru, Chile and Argentina.





17th October to 12th Nov. 2019
One Off Contemporary Art Gallery
Group Exhibition: Objects, Space, Movement And Facades

One Off proudly presents ‘Objects, Space, Movement and Facades’, an exhibition of artwork by the Brush Tu Art Collective Members. Members include Michael Musyoka, Elias Mung’ora, Waweru Gichuhi, Sebawali Sio, Moira Bushkimani, Abdul Kipruto, Lincoln Mwangi, Emmaus Kimani, Boniface Maina and Peteros Ndunde.


7th April to 7th November 2019
The Nairobi Gallery
Exhibition: Tinga Tinga and the Legendary Artists of Tanzania






7th to 20th November 2019
Goethe Institut
Listen: An Exhibition Introducing Sound of Nairobi, the City’s Sound Archive

Sound is a medium which can you think about yourself in an environment. Listening consciously to sounds and noises places you in time and space and makes you aware of your surroundings. Sound is immediate and distance-less. Pressure waves move through space and penetrate everything in their way. The expanding nature of sound waves establishes a relational connection between sounding entities. These entities might be human, non-human, material or organic and they are never independent, they exist in a network of interrelations. Sounding bodies always have relations to their environment.
This opens up a way of thinking about sound as a medium that forces relations. Thinking through sound produces knowledge that is informed by context, process, “between-ness”, “interrelated-ness”. It has the ability to bring established power hierarchies into question.
In a series of workshops, City Walks worked by practically moving through spaces and listen actively.
The exhibition presents the results of this unique perspective on the city of Nairobi.





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