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- Sat, 18 NovNairobi Contemporary Art Institute18 Nov 2023, 12:00 – 13:30Nairobi Contemporary Art Institute, Rosslyn Riviera Mall, Nairobi, KenyaJoin us, on Saturday 18th November, at 12 noon for a curator-led walkabout through our current exhibition, The Long Way Home, a retrospective of Kenyan artist, Chelenge Van Rampelberg.
- Fri, 06 OctVirtual EventConversation: Peterson Kamwathi, Heri Dono, Doris Salcedo, Jonathan Powell moderated by Michael Armitage06 Oct 2023, 15:00 – 16:30Virtual EventHeri Dono, Peterson Kamwathi, and Doris Salcedo in a dialogue with Jonathan Powell on ‘War’, a conversation about conflict, art and the challenges of working in times of civil unrest. This conversation is moderated by Michael Armitage.
- Thu, 07 SeptOnline Talk07 Sept 2023, 15:00 – 16:30Online TalkIn this conversation, Tabu Osusa, Dr Priscilla Gitonga, and Wairimū Nduba speak about the transformations that have taken place in Kenya's music as the country has moved through different political periods.
- Tue, 13 JunVirtual Event13 Jun 2023, 19:00 – 21:00 EATVirtual EventSyowia Kyambi, Mareike Spaeth, and Eike Walkenhorst in a conversation around the different practical and theoretical considerations that go into co-creation and developing a deep understanding of artistic practices in various institutional contexts.
- Tue, 23 MayNairobi Contemporary Art Institute23 May 2023, 14:00 – 16:00Nairobi Contemporary Art Institute, Rosslyn Riviera Mall, Nairobi, KenyaNCAI is excited to announce the hosting an information session on the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) and University of the Western Cape (UWC) Museum Fellowship Programme, funded by the Mellon Foundation.
- Thu, 20 AprNairobi20 Apr 2023, 14:00 – 16:00Nairobi, Rosslyn Riviera Mall, Nairobi, KenyaA conversation between Syowia Kyambi and Dr. Oketch Onyango
- Sat, 18 FebNCAI18 Feb 2023, 14:00NCAI, Rosslyn Riviera Mall, Nairobi, KenyaNCAI cordially invites you to a closing reception for the exhibition, Mwili, Akili Na Roho: 10 Figurative Painters from East Africa, and the official launch of NCAI’s first two publications. This program will include a talk with Ugandan artist and art historian, Prof. George Kyeyune.
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