The School of Visual and Visual and Performing Arts was established by University Senate in 2008.
The establishment of School of Visual and Performing Arts was as a result of the realization that there was need to rationalize the teaching of the Visual and Performing Arts and bringing all of them under the same roof.
The School of Visual and Performing Arts currently houses three departments including: Music and Dance, Theatre Arts and Film Technology and Fine Art and Design.
The departments offer wide range of programmes including Certificates, Diplomas and various degrees at Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels..>>View Programmes<<
Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 09:39
Learning music at Kenyatta University has been and still is the greatest opportunity that has happened in my life. Music is my 2nd language and my first Lifestyle. Music has always been there for me not only in the good times but also the bad times, be it Jazz, Classical or Contemporary style. Most of all, through music, I have acquired skills such as Patience, Persistence, Grace, Etiquette, Discipline and Hard work.
BRIAN BICHANGA NYANDIEKA SAXOPHONIST
I am a 4th year student at Kenyatta university school of visual and performing arts persuing a bachelor of music degree. I have grown in all dimensions of life andthis can be attributed to the opportunities the school has provided including and not limited to recitals and master classes. This provides opportunities for students to interact with established musicians.
DAPHNE MAKAU: MUSIC STUDENT