Exhibitions

 

Don’t miss these engaging exhibitions on the blue economy

During the Sustainable Blue Economy Conference, you can tour the Business and Technology Exhibition featuring countries from around the world, see stunning films and photos of the blue economy and learn about Kenya’s rich underwater archeology and cultural heritage.

Business and Technology Exhibition

When: November 26 to 28
Where: Kenyatta International Conference Centre
Hallu Hall A – international exhibitors
Hallu Hall B – local and East African exhibitors

Be sure to tour the Business and Technology Exhibition – a blue economy showcase of trade, science and technology, investment, tourism and more. Hundreds of companies from around the world and Africa are showcasing their innovative products, technologies and services. Governments and international institutions are presenting their economic development and financing programs.

Blue Economy Film & Photography Festival

When & Where:
Films: Nov. 26 to 28, Nairobi Cinema & University of Nairobi
Photographs: Nov. 23 to 28, City Hall Way; Aga Khan Walk; University of Nairobi
Hosted by: Government of Kenya and UNDP Kenya
More information: Blue Economy Film Festival

Schedule: Screening times 

The Blue Economy Film & Photography Festival features a collection of films and photographs from around the world with one theme in common – the blue economy. Enrich your knowledge, appreciation and understanding of the blue economy in all its dimensions, including:

  • Women in the blue – women’s contribution to the blue economy is often overlooked and undervalued
  • Addressing the challenges of water in small island developing states – demands are growing and water resources are shrinking
  • The end of the river – climate change and overgrazing have decimated the landscape in Kenyan’s northern range lands

Fragile Beauty – A Fine Arts Photography Exhibition

When: November 26 to 28
Where: Residents Lounge, next to Charter Hall, opposite the Kenyatta International Conference Centre
Sponsored by: Prince Hussain Aga Khan

Prince Hussain Aga Khan is showcasing his collection of stunning and vibrant photographs of oceans and their marine life – capturing their beauty, fragility and diversity.

The Amazing Wonders of Kenya’s Underwater Archeology & Cultural Heritage

When: November 26 to 28
Where: Charter Hall, opposite the Kenyatta International Conference Centre
Sponsored by: National Museums of Kenya

Discover Kenya’s rich underwater cultural heritage, including artifacts from shipwrecks still buried at sea – ivory, iron and stone anchors and much more – relics of Kenya’s 2,000 year trading history with India, China, Portugal, Arabia, Indonesia and other countries.