ARTERIAL NETWORK KENYA HOSTS THE CATCHUP: BECOMING (AND STAYING) AN ARTIST IN KENYA ON 17 AUGUST

BECOMING (AND STAYING) AN ARTIST IN KENYA/// The cultural CATCHUP Sunday sessions that The Creativez made such an important venue for artists and art lovers of all varieties to attend has been shared with the Arterial Network Kenya Chapter. This coming August 17 at 2pm at the Kenya Cultural Centre, the timely topic of discussion will be ‘Becoming (and Staying) an Artist in Kenya’ To talk about everything from Kenyan film and contemporary dance to jewlry making and the visual arts and performance both live and on TV, this month’s CATCHUP will feature Judy Kibinge, creative director, writer and film maker, Mathew Ondiege, professional actor, dancer, director and choreographer, Muturi Njee is a painter, jewellery designer and a mentor whose passion is in encouraging and motivating artists into taking their art profession seriously, Sylvia Gichia, Director at Kuona Trust Centre for visual arts in Kenya and Tabu Osusa of Ketebul Records representing the music industry. The Catchup is free of charge, so do come and expect to find an eye-opening conversation among some of the artistic giants of Kenya’s dynamic cultural scene.

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