Photography students and alumni from K-Youth Media and Mediagymnasiet have captured daily life in Stockholm and Nairobi during one day. The pictures will be shown at an exhibition at culture centre Diselverkstaden in Nacka, Sweden.
The GoDown Arts Centre is home to Kenyan creativity in arts and media. Established in 2003, in a space that was formerly a car repair warehouse, the centre has contributed significantly to the growth, recognition and visibility of local artist by fostering and facilitating collaborations and encounters between artists from different disciplines and different parts of the world.
K-youth Media worked on a Documentary to Showcase how Godown works
This Documentary explores life of a Kenyan Street Kid, John Omondi,9years old, who is a popular Musician in Kenyan but lives in the Streets…John like many Kids in Kenya is Talented but has no Platform to Showcase his talent. He narrowed to Doing street Dance to erke a living…
The documentary is about youths in Nairobi, who lose their lives in criminal connected activities, but if given jobs opportunities they can do great things with their lives. The rights of the youths should not only be written but also implemented for equality, the issue of the young youths perishing in crime has become a trend a situation that is solved by killing them.