Cube254: Collectives and the Future of Art in Kenya
With growing attention on art from Africa and particularly from the region, we discuss what the role of collectives is in providing space to work, collaborate and network locally and internationally.
Maina Boniface and Michael Musyoka will take us through The Brush Tu model, past, present, and future and help us understand what is needed to get up and running.
The founding members of Brush Tu Art Studio came together in mid 2013 to harness their artistic potential and utilize their prowess to deliver collaborative works of art on expansive surfaces. The name “Brush Tu”, which translates to “Brush Only” or “Just Brush” is derived from the artists’ tendency to opt for paint and brush as their preferred medium of expression.