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The Guardian

A street artist called Msale has taken it upon himself to create giant murals bringing public health messages directly to the overcrowded Mathare slum in Nairobi. With half a million people living in such ‘a squeezed area’  social distancing is quite impossible to achieve, says Msale, so he is providing information[…]

BSQ finds new home in train wagon

Graffiti artists have been busy of late, painting the town red, blue and all other colours of the rainbow. That’s because most of them are on a mission to not only beautify the city but also leave meaningful marks wherever they find walls on which they can paint. BSQ were[…]

BSQ Puts up a storming show at the museum

Creativity Gallery 8 December 2017 – 15 January 2018 Join the artists on Friday 8th December at 2PM for a fun and interactive graffiti session in the gallery. The bomb squad crew (BSQ) is a street art group consisting of young Kenyan artists. The group formed in 2011 and hails from the city streets[…]

Uhuru Gardens opens new public space for creative expression

TICAH’s brought together many of the Kenyan artists who’ve contributed to beautifying the calendar with mosaic artist Eric Manya who has curated their art together with Kenyan material culture from the Museum’s permanent collection. That exhibition plus a series of workshops and art talks are what constitute the ongoing Urembo[…]

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