The Shujaa Stories Exhibition

This exhibition is a digital art exhibition that takes the viewers through a journey of over 400 years of our pre-colonial period heroes.

The travelling Exhibition was launched on 9th November 2018 at the Creativity Gallery, Nairobi National Museum (Kipande Road) until the end of July, 2019.

Learn more about the exhibition here.

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This project had a special meaning to Masidza who was himself a lupus warrior.

“There's so much history that Kenyans don’t know and is not being taught in schools. In 2017 Shujaa Stories was born with a goal to unmask the history of the told and untold Shujaas of pre-independence time. The illustrations are done in a superhero and fantasy way so as to attract the younger generation."
Masidza Galavu, Creative Director, Shujaa Stories and Tatu Creatives

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