“Sekaplastic in Kenya” Exhibition opening

With the world going into a recycling frenzy it is good to know that one can use recycled materials to make aesthetic art pieces. It was one amazing night at Kuona Trust on the 7th of September when Collin Sekajugo exhibited his art works.

The paintings, wall hangings, decorated dustbins and accessories all reiterated the same concept, that more use can be put to plastic than the conventional ways we are used to.We had a great turn out with guests who got to interact with the artist and learn more about the Sekaplastic revolution.For those who did not make it to the show, not to worry the exhibition is on till the 20th  September but you can catch a glimpse of the opening night’s action.

Collin Sekajugo speaking to the audience during the Sekaplastic Exhibition held at Kuona Trust

Sekaplastic Exhibition at Kuona Trust


Kuona Trust staff with Collin Sekajugo




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