Jepkorir Rose graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art from Kenyatta University in 2012 and has worked in Nairobi as a designer before joining Circle Art Agency in 2013. She aims at acquiring the appropriate critical and reflexive tools to help support and build artistic practice in the East African visual art scene.
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