This is a guest post on behalf of Lulu Kitololo Studio. Lulu Kitololo Studio presents Afri-love Fest: a one-day celebration of creativity, on Sunday 18th November. The event will feature a market as well as creative workshops, talks and other experiences, all taking place at the beautiful Ikigai Westlands – a perfect setting for housing all the creations, [...]
Typography Kenya 2018 is a celebration of African typography and visual communication that has evolved over the centuries. The conference is an opportunity for design students, professionals and stakeholders to interact, interrogate and appreciate contemporary Kenyan typography and visual communication. This encompasses text, signs, symbols, icons and colour as applied in various mediums (example Digital, [...]
Nikola Energy Forging Towards Sustainable Waste Management Waste management is a challenge for most developing countries. Growing economies and industries are prone to translate to increased waste production. E-waste is one of the many trivial wastes to manage. For one, they are caused by rapid technological advancements as each and every day comes a newer [...]

Opened in 2015, The Art Space has evolved from a commercial art gallery based in Kenya, into an online space with regular pop-ups in popular and sometimes unusual spaces around Nairobi. They regularly share the best art events taking place around Kenya with their community. They feature art for sale, from new and established artists […]

Night Dancers is an annual event, celebrating indie artists, musicians, designers, filmmakers, performers, social entrepreneurs and creative individuals who enrich, grow and challenge Kenyan culture to new levels. Produced by lifestyle media platform ‘Vibe Tribe’, Night Dancers is the annual culmination of the Vibe Tribe Event Series – A fusion of music, film, fashion & […]

Doodle-le-do is 2hours of fun, creativity, new friends, rewiring your brain, interactive drawing games, drinks & nibbles. Taking place in 20 countries across 5 continents, it encourages people to come together into a no pressure atmosphere and enjoy the experience of simply doodling. Doodle-le-do Nairobi will be happening once again on 9th December 2017 at […]

Nairobi hosts an eclectic community of artisans and craft workers. Last year’s NDW opened this topic with a video series on artisans (locally known as Jua Kali workers) from Kenya’s largest informal settlement, Kibera. This year we are aiming to connect artisans to a wider market and give their work an even bigger exposure. Moreover, […]