KAN Festival 2020
The festival will comprise an artist residency, art performances, lectures, debates, discussions and an opportunity to engage with stakeholders working with and within civil society and social movements. Karibu Tena!
Under the theme "Development and Developmentalism" , MS TCDC brings the 2nd edition of the Knowledge Art and Networking (KAN) festival.
The KAN Festival aspires to be the platform where TCDC stakeholders – alumni, friends, collaborating partners, thought leaders and development practitioners - all committed friends of Africa, can converge to collectively explore practical ways of understanding and appreciating each other’s role in, and deepening their contribution to development in its various manifestations.
KAN will be the place where civil society from all walks of life can dedicate their time as the year begins, to reflect on ‘Pan African matters’ that have the potential to in one way or the other impact on the growth and development of our immediate community and by extension at a larger scale on the African continent.
MS TCDC, Usa River- Arusha.
The festival is open to the public.
Fee for the Course/Workshop:
Price: USD 250*
Includes full festival access, single accommodation 4 nights B&B (21-25/1), dinner on arrival day
(USD 165 in shared accommodation)