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Creative Communities & Urban Expression Painting day

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Organised by Kurema, Kureba, Kwiga, a Rwandan public-art social enterprise,focusing on using street-arts and art-actions to involve civil society in positive social change among communities is the Creative Communities and Urban Expression Painting day, a mega collaborative project.

Taking place on Saturday, 10 December, from 9am – 4pm, at the GS Kimisagara School in Kigali, the new project bridges leading street artists, muralists, and graffiti writers, including a team of 6 artists, Rwandan artists Bonfils Ngabonziza, Isaac Umuhire and Innocent Buregeya, will work together with visiting Ugandan artists Imran Azad and Jobray, as well as Kenyan’s Wisetwo, from across East Africa to Kigali to create new works of public art in December 2016.

Together, the artists will lead workshops with youth from GS Kimisagara, to promote creativity, self-expression and to give voice to the students’ ideas, perspectives, and wishes for the future, which will be followed by live collaborative exercises of students’ creation of new mural contemplative paintings- both within the GS Kimisagara school campus, as well as beyond the campus, with additional murals to be painted upon exterior walls of the campus. Youth from Kimisagara sector, as well as the broader creative community in Kigali, are invited to participate in the creation of the new series of vibrant murals. Meet the artists and join the creative process to finalize the mural paintings.

This project has been made possible through the generous support of: Goethe Institut Kigali, the Embassy of Belgium in Rwanda, Sadolin Paints Rwanda, Sulfo Industries, Rwanda Arts Initiative, Afrika Arts Kollective in Uganda, Go Kigali Tours, Safe Motos, the German Butchery, Evolve DJs, and the Barbeque Chef Lounge


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