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The Show Must Go On

The Show Must Go On! Art lovers, revellers and development workers dancing in the rain. Festivals are a way of unwinding from life’s mundane activities while acquiring new knowledge, mixing with other people’s cultures, making new friends and having lots and lots of fun. It is a way for people to freely express themselves without…

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Arusha’s Greatest Event Witnessed Yet!

On its 2nd and biggest edition ever, KAN Festival gathered people from all walks of life in Arusha. Tucked away in the lush green and tree hugged corners of MS-Training Centre for Development Cooperation (MSTCDC), the festival was a huge success. During the day, the festival goers had the opportunity to meet with each other…

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YES, WE KAN!

For three days, the Knowledge Art and Networking (KAN) Festival will be held at MS Training Centre for Development Cooperation (MSTCDC) in Arusha. The KAN Festival was officially opened to the public on, 23rd January 2020.This officially marks the second edition of the festival, with the first having been held in 2019. Mr. Ezra Mbogori,…

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Arinitwe Peter

Arinitwe Peter is a 27 year old Mukiga from Uganda currently staying in Kampala. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Art & Design from Kyambogo University Uganda. His art is inspired by culture and love the environment and natural. The artist loves public opinions,dialogues and open debates on his creations for purposes of growth and…

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