Pawa254 to host the Creative Expo

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The creative industry is creating a storm in the country with the recently help Sondeka Festival and the Kenya Art Fair showcasing the industry’s potential. As the momentum rolls on, Pawa254 will be hosting the Creative Expo between the 19 and 21st of November. This is the first Kenyan power packed 3 day creative expo, where techies meet creatives meet in the same space, while also meeting their mentors and industry leaders. Creative guru Mohammed Jogie from Johannesburg will be the guest speaker.

The full conference pass goes for 2500 with one day passes being sold at 1500 shillings.

The official schedule is listed below

19th November 2014 – Pre-Conference Day In-Depth
Workshops

– 8:00am : Conference Registration Open
-10:30am: Opening Keynote by Rahim M Kara introducing M. Jogie for the pre-conference workshop.
-11:00am: Opening workshop by M. Jogie about being a creative in our continent and what it entails.
– 2:30pm: Creative Cloud 2014 and what’s new with the cloud.
– 4:45pm: Q&A and Open forum.

20th November 2014 – Conference Day 1

– 8:00 am: Conference Registration Open
-10:30am: Opening Keynote by Rahim M Kara introducing speakers for the conference and their roles in our industry.
-11:00am: Opening workshop by M. Jogie.
– 2:30pm: Creative Cloud 2014 and what’s new with the cloud.
– 3:30pm: Indesign as a DTP guru’s swiss army knife.
– 4:45pm: How After Effects changed my life, an
animator’s perspective.
– 6:00pm: Being creative and it’s role in our society
– 7:00pm : Q&A, Open forum.

21st November 2014 – Conference Day 2

– 8:00am: Conference Registration Open
-10:30am: Opening Keynote by Rahim M Kara introducing speakers for the conference and their roles in our industry.
-11:00am: Opening workshop by M. Jogie.
– 2:30pm: Creative Cloud 2014 tips and tricks in
Photography.
– 3:30pm: Photography in East Africa.
– 4:30pm: Video, Animation and Visual Effects as a key to success in E.Africa.
– 7:00pm: Q&A, Open forum.
– Event Party

 

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