Community activities in Rwanda with Agasozi Community Art Project


Agasozi Community program can help you the visitor to Rwanda get chance to participate in daily life and activities with locals and  exchange cultural expressions

During your stay in Rwanda, you can try following activities regularly offered by Agasozi Community Art project in partnership with community organizations in different districts of Rwanda

Art Workshops

Augustin Hakizimana the founder of Agasozi still volunteers for workshops that are primarily intended for local youth who are welcome to join in these inspiring  art workshops. If you are also an artist, share your skills with us. We are always happy to learn new things. Either painting, sculpturing, hand crafts……you name it!

Banana Paper Making Workshop

The workshop brings together local youths who are taught by Agasozi Volunteers skills in making recyclable paper from banana sterms, the trainings also teaches the participants how to make products out of banana paper like cards and lamp-shed.

Season Greetings card workshops

The workshop engages young children by showing them skills in card making techniques that not only helps them express their artistic talents-

Art and therapy for single women

The workshops teaches community single women skills in different hand art works that offer employment opportunities to support fighting poverty among households, through self expression of the story behind their work this helps them in healing emotional struggles

Holiday Art Experience For Kids (sculpture, painting)

The holiday experience for school children engages young children in learning environment to gain experience in art with lessons provided in painting, coloring, pottery, and other forms of self expressions

Hand Craft Making for Youths

The handcraft workshop introduces young community youth to skills in craft and handwork that they can sell through souvenirs shops to enable them earn a living and their dependents

 

 

 

By visiting us you definitely wont get bored! Welcome in Rwanda!

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