A glimpse into the annual L'Atelier Art Competition
This article celebrates the uniqueness of the sound of the Sauti Sol group and their progress in establishing themselves in the African music scene through modern mediums such as YouTube and social media platforms.
In June 2019, the British Council in partnership with Nesta (the UK’s innovation Foundation) will deliver the Creative Enterprise Programme again to East Africa. This programme is available for creative entrepreneurs from Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda to attend the programme in Sudan or Uganda.
Traditional knowledge is an important aspect of individual and communal identity and as such should be protected as a form of cultural expression.
The Film and Stage Plays Act cap 222 is an Act of Parliament which provides for controlling the making and exhibition of films, for the licensing of stage plays, theatres and cinemas; and for related purposes.
A report on a meeting regarding the validation of Standard Research Tools for Conducting National Survey On Status Of Cultural And Creative Industries
This article shines a spotlight on the Kenyan comedy industry and explores the complexities between creative freedom and the conditions that often come with sources of external funding.