Ivuka Arts Studio was the first space in Rwanda aimed to discover and nurture local artistic talent. It was built at KG 565 Street in 2007. It was founded by Collin Sekajugo (born 1980), an artist born in Uganda and raised in Kenya. Ivuka means ‘to be born’. The house is small and so the major sculptures are displayed outside, and many of the paintings are stacked on the floor. The gallery’s declared mission is: ‘Artwork can empower Rwandans to cross their own frontiers into an international dialogue and cultural exchange while inviting others to understand the broader landscapes of the newest member of the Commonwealth.’
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