Aggrey Agwata is a Kenyan born artist, from the Kisii community, a highland Bantu community in Nyanza, Kenya. The Abagusii people are the only community that practiced stone carving as part of their traditions among other practices before the colonial era. Aggrey graduated with a B.Ed in Art and Design and History from Kenyatta University, Nairobi Kenya in 2018. Prior to graduation, Aggrey worked in various capacities including as an illustrator, refurbishing designer, graphic designer and art teacher. Aggrey has worked closely with the National Museums of Kenya for several years, Aggrey is in the Unstreamed stream of MAED program. Aggrey has interests in pedagogy and curation of African art and its social practices.