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Ivuka Arts Studio, Kigali

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Admire contemporary local art at Ivuka Arts Studio, a small but vibrant gallery that nurtures up-and-coming artists. Large painted gates welcome you to the rustic gallery and workshop, with artisans often creating their work on site. They'll happily chat with visitors and tell stories behind the pieces. Along with paintings and sculptures, the studio sells souvenirs, jewelry, and various handicrafts. To visit Ivuka Arts Studio and get the most from your holiday in Kigali, create itinerary details personal to you using our Kigali trip tool.
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  • This gallery has been downsized into half of its original space due to major road construction. The gallery continues to feature specific artists and offers a large collection of works in one room... 
    This gallery has been downsized into half of its original space due to major road construction. The gallery continues to feature specific artists and offers a large collection of works in one room...  more »
  • Support local artists -great local place to visit. If you have time, you should stop by and check them out. 
    Support local artists -great local place to visit. If you have time, you should stop by and check them out.  more »
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  • Patrick owns and directs this small, but jam-packed gallery featuring some of his own art as well as many pieces from others. NP Arts Gallery.
  • Such a hidden gem in the community. The artists are so talented and extremely welcoming. I met Phillipe and Emmanuel today and they were wise and so super chilled. We chatted for like 30-ish minutes. They were awesome. I’m definitely not an art buff. I was hoping I would get to see more sculptural work, maybe even beadwork, I could have been into that. However, there is one artist’s work I was taken by. I didn’t get his name but his work had this absolutely drawing feel to it. He wasn’t there to explain but his work was rooted in the movement of people. I really enjoyed seeing his work. I just wish he was there so he could teach me what inspired him. The place otherwise is very friendly.

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