#Nairobi Now – All there is to know ahead of a visit to #Kenya


(Posted 25th August 2018)


Dear ATC Readers,

Welcome to this week’s Nairobi Now newsletter!

You can always access Nairobi Now and get in touch with them through twitter, facebook or their blog.
Also, email them to submit your events or suggest new ideas and collaborations.

These are the latest events posted on Nairobi Now – you’ll find more upcoming events published on their blog:

UNSEEN Pop-up Cinema Screening: Tanzania Transit, Aug. 25 2018 @ the Sarakasi Dome Rooftop Exhibition: Bare Knuckle by Richard Kimathi, Aug. 25 – Sept. 25 2018 @ One Off Contemporary National Youth Orchestra of Kenya in Concert! Aug. 26 2018 @ Braeburn Theatre, Braeburn – Gitanga Road Rock Night: Rock & Roll with DJ Maxx Jones, Every Sunday Evening @ Choices – Baricho Road Book Launch: Where Women Are – Gender and the 2017 Elections, Aug. 28 2018 @ Alliance Française [Updated] Out of Town: The Maralal International Camel Derby, Aug. 29 – Sept. 2 2018 @ Samburu National Reserve Exhibition: Korea Fantasy by Jaemoon Yang, B.T Kim & Chunho Won, Aug. 11-31 2018 @ Nairobi National Museum Thursday Nite Live ft. Orchestre Les Mangelepa, Aug. 30 2018 @ J’s – Westlands Acoustic Sessions with Wanja Wohoro, Aug. 23 & 30, 2018 @ Geco Café – Next to Geco Carwash on Mbaazi Avenue Golf: Safari Tour Series, Sept. 1-5 2018 @ Vet Lab Sports Club Cafe Ngoma Social Season 5, Sept. 2 2018 @ Michael Joseph Center Exhibition: Remains, Waste & Metonymy III – KIKULACHO, Sept. 3-30 2018 @ National Museums of Kenya Exhibition: China Loves Africa by Michael Soi, Aug. 15-25 2018 @ Circle Art Gallery K1 Flea Market, Every Sunday @ K1 Club House Exhibition: Afro Renaissance by Native Nairobi & Steven Ogallo, Aug. 7-26 2018 @ Alliance Française Exhibition: Afro-Cubism Journey #1 Sculpted by Robin Okeyo Mbera Forming part of The Mutuma Marangu Sculpture Collection, Aug. 18 – Sept. 9 2018 @ the National Museum Exhibition: An Artists’ Selection by Samuel Githinji, Churchill Ongere, David Thuku, Onyis Martin, Gor Soudan & Justus Kyalo, Until Mid October 2018 @ Red Hill Art Gallery

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