The GoDown Arts Centre joins Google Cultural Institute

The GoDown Arts Centre is pleased to unveil it’s digitised exhibitions on the Google Cultural Institute, a high profile world culture project. The Google Cultural Institute platform hosts the world’s cultural treasures online, where people from all over the world have easy access to art collections and exhibitions virtually.

The Google platform opens up a unique opportunity to share the work of visual artists based at the centre, with the world! Judy Ogana, General Manager of the GoDown said, “We are proud to be one of the first users of this technology and platform in Kenya, and will continue to populate the site, include other exhibitions and programmes in the Cultural Institute project.”

The GoDown Arts Centre is a multi disciplinary arts centre based at the heart of Nairobi, Kenya, and hosts over ten arts organisations across disciplines including visual arts, music, dance, innovation through ICT and film production. Established over ten years ago, its programs both strengthen capacities of artists and engage audiences at the GoDown and in all communities of Nairobi.

The GoDown is honoured to appear alongside some of the most exceptional cultural venues in the world including the White House, the Palace of Versaille and other museums and galleries on Google’s Cultural Institute.

View the GoDown Arts Centre at:

For any enquiries please contact:

Judy Ogana
General Manager
The GoDown Arts Centre
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Share This