Arts to End Slavery (A2ES)
Starts: Saturday, 8 October, 2016 11:00am
Ends: Saturday, 15 October, 2016 03:00pm
Arts to End Slavery (A2ES) is an awareness raising art project that aims to bring attention to human trafficking in Kenya. It was developed and launched in 2015 by a Nairobi based NGO called Awareness Against Human Trafficking (HAART) and this year it is partnering with PAWA254. This project recalls the place of contemporary art and artists in addressing communal issues in the society. Through art we can contest many of society’s beliefs, assumptions, and actions and provide a place for multiple dialogue to critical issues. This way we begin to see artists not only as content creators but also as causers to action.
Mekbib Tadesse Admasu, Mohammed Altoum, Rehema Baya, Lia Beharne, Marc Ellison, Nicholas Asao Gaitano, Samuel Githui, Mary Wangari Kinuthia, Leevans Linyerera, Onyis Martin, Kepha Mosoti, Ngendo Mukii, Patrick Mukabi, Michael Mungai, Gloria Muthoka, Grace Naitiemu Nyanjom, Michael Odhiambo, Brian Omolo, Magdi Adam Suliman, Lemek Tompoika, Nadia Wanjiru Wamunyu, and LightBox Africa