Masterclasses available at the Storymoja Festival on 29th September

You can purchase the ticket at the door. Karibu!

Masterclass: House of Fiction
With Chuma Nwokolo
29th September | 2 – 5pm
Storymoja Festival | Pop Up Space | Nairobi National Museum
KES 500 | Register Now

Masterclass: Writing and Devising with Davina Leonard

If there’s a story you want to tell and people you want to talk about then Kenyan actor, writer and producer Davina Leonard welcomes you to an exciting and active session on writing and devising your own one person play. Drawing on techniques she used to create her own ‘one woman gem’ (Broadway Baby, 2014) show ‘Making It!’ which she toured at the Edinburgh Fringe, Camden Fringe and around Nairobi, participants will play and plot their own pieces in the session. Be ready to move, mess up and mould some new work!
28th September | 2 – 5pm
Storymoja Festival |American Corner| Nairobi National Museum
KES 500 | Register Now

 Masterclass: Leadership
With Adeniyi Adedayo [Author, Mandela Washington Fellow, Community Development & Leadership Advocacy]
29th September | 2 – 5pm
Storymoja Festival | Amphitheater | Nairobi National Museum
KES 500 | Register Now

Masterclass: Kanga Mganga  – A creative and fun session that will provide a safe space to have confidential, frank and genuine conversations around Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights, ask questions, or talk about our sexual feelings, think about attraction, intimacy, safety, health, pleasure, establish more honest communication, and help create a more welcoming social environment, which will support all the possible sexual choices we may want to make.

Target Population; Men and Women aged 17 and above.

2 – 5pm (approx 3 hours long)
Storymoja Festival |Coconut Theatre | Nairobi National Museum
KES 500 | Register Now


Masterclass: Storytelling through Photography

The Goethe-Institut Johannesburg with Simon Njami – writer and independent curator, initiated the prestigious Photographers’ Master Class in 2008, as a forum for African photographers to meet with museum directors and independent curators to critically engage with their own and others’ work.

During this year’s closed workshop, the Goethe-Institut Nairobi together with the Storymoja Literary Festival, will be hosting a public panel discussion with curators and photographers. The panel conversation will consider storytelling through the medium of photography, while also exploring different methods in which photographers narrate story.

Time: 15:00 -16:30

 Venue: Goethe-Institut Nairobi

 Cost: Free

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