The Alliance Française of Nairobi will play host to the first coastal artists’ exhibition dubbed “Pwani comes Upcountry” an art exhibition featuring 15 coastal amateur & professional self-thought artists.
Over seventy intellectuals, scholars and representatives of civil society will be convening at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa on October 27, 28 and 29, 2014 on the occasion of the international conference “Slavery in Africa: Past, Legacies, Present”.
Kenyan audiences avidly look forward to the musical performances by Dédé Saint Prix, the Martinican flutist, drummer and songwriter, accompanied by Thierry Vaton (keyboard), Arnaud Domen (drums), Rudy Cereyon (guitar).
1st November / 7pm, Alliance Française gardens
Tickets : 500/-
Africa Unframed’ Photo Exhibition, 5 –
31 May |
<IMG id="Picture 3" border="0" alt=" " src="cid:203EB3D650851D5254E7D069FB482AF8@maisonfrancaisekenya.org" width="113" (...)
The 7th Edition of Festival of Images from France is on at the Alliance Française de Nairobi, from 15th to 20th February 2010.
To see the programme for this year, click here (...)
ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE DE
PROGRAMME OF ACTIVITES
21 – 31 October / 21 – 31 octobre
newsletter made easy to consult. A simple click on the event/activity of (...)
Ignite poets: Two Nations, One Flame will be showing at the Alliance Française on the 7th of October. Proceeds will be donated to the hawkers market girls centre.
The Alliance Française de Nairobi offers general French language courses and French language examinations.