It is yet another competition challenge for the Kenyan artists who believe they have what it takes to showcase their work of drawings, paintings, etc.
On that case, Kenyan art craftsmen have been chosen to be a piece of a KSh2.6 million stipend by the British Council dispatched on Thursday night.
Named nAnA, acronym for new Craftsmanship new Gatherings of people, the gifts goes for banding together and supporting more than 100,000 artwork specialists and associations worldwide every year.
East Africa Expressions is the British Council Framework for working between Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia and the UK. The program associates new groups of onlookers to new craftsmanship, offers abilities of imaginative, and touches off associations between the innovative areas of the UK and East Africa.
It additionally tries to give chances to craftsmen from the Assembled Kingdom to work together with specialists abroad.
The British Council worldwide work in expressions of the human experience has become significantly throughout the most recent five years, conveying more effect and achieving more individuals around the globe than any time in recent memory.
“Human expressions help us find better approaches for associating with and understanding each other through inventiveness, which is the reason our work in Expressions of the human experience has continuously been vital part ,” said Tony Reilly, Nation Chief, British Council Kenya amid the dispatch.
Members will have until July, 31, 2016 to present their fine art in request to meet all requirements for the gift.