National Museums of Kenya
The National Museums of Kenya bring together many organizations that combine a considerable number of exhibitions, from art to natural history and ethnological museums.
National Museums of Kenya hosted an exhibition which dealt with the recent history of elections marred with chaos, violence and loss of life. The exhibition intended to create a platform for discourse on these pressing matters that have previously been seen to be discordant as well as to preach good democratic process.
Study group members
Betty Karanja is an Exhibitions Curator at the Nairobi National Museum, Lydia Nafula is a Research Scientist in the Cultural Heritage Department of the National Museums of Kenya, Richard Omondi is a teacher in Bidii School in Nairobi, Evangeline Rotich is a Customer Care Representative at the Karen Blixen Museum, Gilbert Ouma is a heritage practitioner who works with the National Museums of Kenya, Exhibits Department, Hellen Otete is an Education Officer at the Nairobi National Museums, Obed Kiyaya is a PhD student at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology who holds a master’s degree in Strategic management from Maseno University, Philip Cheruiyot is a curator and co-founder of two museums: the Kipsigis Museum and the Native Museum, Rodah Lange is a Curator at the Nairobi Gallery a branch of the National Museums of Kenya.
Also see MFA publication 2022