All about the creatives
Global Art Project
Group of women collaborating digitally from working on a single, physical art piece.
It will travel across all continents to an exhibition at NotQuite Gallery in Sweden in July 2021.
Featuring Naitiemu from the Nairobi Design Week team.
what design can do
No Waste Challenge - featuring expert guests
Our planet is drowning in waste. Every year we dump a massive 2.12 billion tonnes of it worldwide. This will only increase, unless we make some major changes – and fast.
We’re calling on all creatives, hackers and dreamers to submit bold solutions to reduce waste and rethink our entire production and consumption cycle. Will you join us?
Dagan Cohen (What Design Can Do)
Wekesa Zablon (Circular Design Nairobi)
Sheila Suluve (Ukulima Tech)
Makena Mworia (Kenya Climate Innovation Center)
The Bambis & other creatives
Seise and Rebian invite you to see things from their perspective in this feel good session about how Covid-19 has impacted them, family, .
The Bambis (Seise and Rebian)
Free Mind Sessions
A hybrid session with @verbalconnectionsgames, real creative conversations and mutual discovery in a safe space. See you in the chat!
Free Mind Sessions- Nyacomba Githu, Lindsey & Imeldah.
Jeff Ndungu (Aiepath Studios)
Rosemary Wangari (Fashion Designer)
Blocka Beats (Music Producer)
Djae Aroni (Musician)
Lucy Robi (Fashion Stylist)
Under Our Skin
"We'll motivate audiences and participants to question, debate, and reflect on the state of human rights both in Kenya and internationally.
Screenings and events will take place in informal settlements, cinemas and host venues across the city. A subsequent edition will be held in Kilifi later in 2021.
Under Our Skin Film 2021 will focus on three main human rights focused themes:
💚 Injustice by Design
💛 Expression as a Right
💙 Social Contract Redefined
Live Stream with the Creatives!
Hang out with the creatives on EatDesignRepeat and Mos Mos music video launch by Phinoshey
Music: 'Nairobi Yetu' set by Blocka Beats
Dance: Collin Brianoh and Ian Tico
FREE MIND SESSIONS
COLLECTIVE CREATIVE CONSCIOSNESS
INCLUSIVE DESIGNS FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED
FASHION PROJECT BY SOME OF KENYA'S BEST CREATIVE MINDS
COMMUNITY YOUTH ORGANISATION
A MAGAZINE FEATURING FEMALE CREATIVES
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH DESIGN MANCHESTER & BRITISH COUNCIL
Doing Zero, devised by Design Manchester
and developed with Nairobi Design Week, is
about what we as individuals can do to help
save the planet.
It’s a collaboration between two inner-city neighbourhoods:
Kawangware in Nairobi, Kenya, and Harpurhey in Manchester, England.
They’re collaborating about is how the
climate emergency is affected by what we
grow and what we eat.
“Food that’s good for the planet, good for my
local community, and good for me.”
Poster & Graphic Design