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East Africa Arts  #EastAfricaArts is a British Council programme connecting artists between Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan, and the UK

Sunday Funday!
Hope you are having a lovely day, friends.
If you're London based check out this amazing pop up bookshop dedicated to championing diversity and inclusion, in the books they offer.
To learn more check out @_knightsof Instagram page.

Happy Friday Dear Friends!
Who else is already thinking about Saturday?
This weekend, our cousins @popupandchillke are hosting their last pop up market of the year.
Not only is it a great chance to support local artisans, enjoy entertainment from local talents and great food from local vendors, it also an opportunity to lend support to Angel Centre For Abandoned Children.
For more info visit @popupandchillke

Tomorrow, nAnA 2017 grantees Radiobook Rwanda will be launching in Nairobi at the Goethe-Institute at 6pm. Check the flyer for details then make plans to join us and bring a friend!

Happy Wednesday Friends!
In case you haven't heard yet, our super talented cousins @africanouveaufest have announced their 2019 festival theme as -'Africans and Other World Beings '.
And as if that isn't exciting enough... - they've also just dropped these glorious visuals, to REALLY pique your interests.
Hit the link in our bio to watch the entire film.

London friends! Tomorrow evening @southlondongallery will host their first 'Christmas Late'. The event will be a chance to take advantage of later opening hours to browse the exhibitions on display, enjoy some last minute Christmas shopping, a little nibble courtesy of their onsite cafe, and even take part in a gift wrap making workshop!
Visit @southlondongallery Instagram for more details.

Happy Monday friends!
We are starting the week strong! with some #mondaymotivation AND #makerscrushmonday from the good people @twendeinnovates .
This inspiring organisation is dedicated to "empowering people to design and making technologies to improve life in Tanzania." Be sure to visit their Instagram page to learn more.

Fashion professionals in Nairobi, here's an invitation to get your weekend started @fashionagendaafrica are hosting their annual get together.
Ahead of welcoming 2019, the event offers an opportunity for creatives to reflect on their industry experiences in 2018, as well as their vision for the year ahead, in a collaborative space with the support of fellow creators.

Throwing it back to one of our first nAnA grantees in 2016 : MANKIND! In this short entitled (Meet Me) Outside, the duo share the discoveries they made as their project took them to Zanzibar, London & Nairobi.

Click the link in the bio to watch the full film.
Thank you to @mankindkenya @ossegrecasinare @ouma_moses @colinelves and @rudesnap, @theradicaleye

Created by @nzingaeffect
Co-produced by @vanonditi.chenzira + @bowambui
Directed + edited by @bowambui
Music by @mankindkenya

Our ever inspiring friends @thesalooni made an appearance @tedxeuston we're so proud of these two #wcw 's! To learn more about the salooni project, check out their short film on our insta tv channel.

Happy Saturday, and welcome to the weekend friends!
Today we're looking down memory lane to when we, in conjunction with @nesta_uk hosted our creative enterprises workshop earlier this month.
A big shout out to our hosts with the most @nash_oh_my and @pbkmovement, visit our insta stories to check out what they got up to.

#TBT Creative Enterprise Workshop!
Some months ago, we posted a call out, for creatives of all kinds to get involved in a 4-day 'Creative Enterprise' workshop. And these 25 talented souls were selected to take part in the events, which took place earlier this month, in Kampala, Uganda.
Keep an eye out on our insta stories, where we will be giving you a look at their Creative Enterprise experiences.

Cousins in Kampala - mid week blues will not be your portion!
Tonight, our friends @gz_kampala are hosting a panel discussion,
"featuring directors of the first 6 films shown at the Matatu Film Stage.
The directors will discuss their cinematic work, along with offering further insight on their personal journeys within the film industry.
Come by, share your thoughts, and questions during the Q&A session, at the end of the evening."
Where? GZK/UGCS Rooftop Terrace
When? Wednesday 28th November, 6pm
#eastafricaarts #matatufilmfestival

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