Every year, Dance Center Kenya and the dance school in Kibera supported by Anno’s Africa hold auditions. The 10 top students gets scholarships to train with Dance Center Kenya twice a week. We join our reporter Gail Annabel, as she spent time with them.
Art in it’s diverse range expresses the artist’s imaginative skills. Intended to be enjoyed for its beauty and emotional power. PAWA 254 and Nairobi County government has been offering artists a platform to showcase their talent. Our reporter Gail Annabelle had an opportunity to enjoy the 2017 street art festival.
The World Fashion Day is the most appropriate time to redefine your style. Our reporter Pamela Joy spent time with Wanny Angerer the founder of Moving Cultures, Cultural Stopovers Kenya, who hosted the World fashion day to bring us this story.
In Kenya most parents will go to great lengths to discourage children from taking on the path of art, because artist are regarded as being lazy, failures and sometimes spoilt. However, Jeffie Magina left a well paying job as accountant because he wasn’t making an impact in the society to become an artist. Our reporter Mitchel […]
Billian Okoth was born and raised in Mathare, from experience he knows how it is to go to school dressed in a torn uniform. Ficha Uchi is a Kiswahili phrase meaning ‘cover your nakedness’. This campaign started with an aim to provide uniforms for children in Mathare slums. Edinah Bakora brings this inspiring story.
Made in Kibera Production Studio, which was opened early April, is the first in the heart of Kibera. The Audio Visual studio will benefit the artists, where most residents live in extreme poverty. Our reporter Ursula Akinyi tells the story.
Wanny Angerer in Moving Cultures is using music and dance therapy as a core element, to send a message of transformation in different communities. Our reporter Jimmy Kitiro spent time in Magoso Primary School, Kibera to bring us this story.