Arts Share offers schools and communities around the state a variety of opportunities, including interactive performances, workshops with rwandan painters and artists Willy ,J.Batiste ,Augustin Hakizimana with Korean artists in workshop at college Rugando Kimihurura.
I am sharing a short documentary video
The clan of pygmies in Rwanda called Abatwa were considered great hunters, potters, dancers and singers in the history of Rwanda but it is said that when the colony came the Pygmies were not recognized as a tribe. While others were taken into schools, the pygmies were considered bushmen and incapable of learning. But those pygmies are left alone by the rest of the society.
Similar to the Native Americans in the US or the Aborigines in Australia, Rwanda’s native people now live in close nit communities and face many challenges as the country around them continues to develop.