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Community Theatre and Development Practices in the Nyanza Region of Kenya
Positing Community Theatre as an agency for development and is an effective way to encourage community dialogue, this article interrogates practices and efficacies of Community Theatre in Nyanza, Kenya. While contending ...
A historical perspective on the evolution and presentations of the ideal in children’s television: A study of Kenyan television from 1989 to 2012
(Royallite Global, 2017)
This paper aims at offering a brief history of children’s television in Kenya since 1989 when Voice of Kenya (VoK) was rebranded Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC). The year 1989 is unique in the sense that ...
The aesthetics of children’s theatre: appreciating and maximizing on the psycho-social potentials for social and economic advancement
(International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2011-06)
Public Perception of Parliament Broadcasting in Kenya: Towards Altering Mutual Attitude and Augmenting Knowledge
(American Research Institute for Policy Development, 2014)
A major problem faced by many countries where Parliamentary democracy is developing, is lack of public knowledge and awareness about the functions of Parliaments and their mode of operation (Miller, 2008; IPU, 2006; ...
Indigenous Kenyan Music and Social Wellbeing: the Contribution of Arts Education towards a Healthy Society
The discourse surrounding the term wellbeing is broad and wide since it encompasses a range of conditions by which a person's healthy state of being may be defined. These conditions include: inter alia, health, safety, ...
Concomitants of socio-cultural exigencies on narrative preferences in the Kenyan “Riverwood” film
(Royallite Global, 2017)
In a report commissioned by the World Story Organization in 2008, Justine Edwards points out that storyline lies at the centre of problems that Kenyan films face in trying to “break down the wall preventing Kenyan ...
Generation and Interpretation of Sculptural Ideas in Large Scale Stone Sculptures Placed in Outdoor Public Spaces: An Analysis of the Stone Sculptures of Gerald Motondi Oroo.
(East African Nature & Science Organization, 2021)
This paper presupposes that there is no artwork, in this case, large-scale outdoor sculptural work, that is undertaken without a defined ‘intent’; the extent and description of which depends on the individual artist and ...
Creativity and Aesthetics: A Case of Women's Beaded Ornaments in the Kenyan Coast
Available literature on traditional African Art virtually ignores women's creative and aesthetic sensibilities in artistic production. When women's traditional African art is mentioned, focus is made within the crafts, ...
Musical Contexts as Bridge - builders in Early Childhood Music Education in Kenya
(Min - Ad : Israel Studies in Musicology Online, 2012)
The article presents information on the integration of music education in early childhood education in Kenya. It is stated that considerable progress has been made in the nationalization of early childhood music education; ...