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The work is seen in communities, bars, restaurants, homes, and sometimes, even in theatres!
Camille Wekesa works primarily as a mural artist both in Kenya and in Europe.
Clients include Mr & Mrs A Wildenstein, a family that is world renowned for their involvement in the Arts (and for whom she painted 6 entire rooms at their ranch in Nanyuki) – owners of a leading Art gallery in New York, a contemporary Art gallery, ‘Pace-Wildenstein’ in California and a leading Institute in Paris documenting, researching and writing about ‘The Impressionists’.
Through his activism he helped put young Kenyan musicians on the global map and most importantly making them very popular at home.
His passion for music has seen him involved in many global arts project such KORA Music Awards in Johannesburg South Africa.
Moses Mbasu (Blaze) Event manager, writer and CEO of Spark Africa Management.
Moses Mbasu mostly known as Blaze started his career as writer and editor for the first entertainment magazine of its kind called PHAT! As an editor he interviewed and mingled with the some of the greatest African artists from Yvonne Chakachaka, Alpha Blondy, the late Lucky Dube, Mandoza, Lebo Mathosa and Brenda Fassie just to name a few. Magazine for many years he found himself becoming an arts activist and an active promoter of musical development in Africa.(2004) saw TTC engage in topical, vital, social and political issues; each of these projects had a profound effect on audiences and were the catalysts for important changes in our social structure.TTC has also had a profound effect on the way in which performances are developed in Kenya.The Go Down aims to develop independent artists across multiple art forms and to participate in the advancement of the cultural sector, thereby contributing to the establishment of a robust arts and culture sector with expanding receptive audiences. We are one of the oldest organisations in East Africa to provides skills, training and opportunities exclusively to visual artists.Our mission is “to advance the skills and opportunities of artists and make art a valued and integral part of our society”.Camille organized and curated the ‘Contemporary Kenya’ art show at the Ensign gallery in London in 2004 and showcased Kenyan artists at two London art fairs.Camille joined Ra Mo MA gallery as a Trustee and member of the Board in March 2009 with the view to continuing to promote and support upcoming East African artists as well as helping in the long term preservation and conservation of Art within Museums in Kenya.TTC has been instrumental in the development of the devised work technique.Voice of a Dream (2002) Kigezi Ndoto (2006) and Githaa (2006 and still showing) were developed through the techn ique of engaging the experiences of the performers.Kenya and has been an endless source of inspiration to Kenyan artists over the years.Musician Eric Wainaina created his current album there; groups of artists from the Kuona collective have spent months together painting and sculpting.