Have we already apologized for the quality of our pictures? Well, as we have already told you, we have been using a camera phone to spy on our artists in residency!
Here are some of the dancers rehearsing Wesley Ruzibiza’s new choreography.
We have been walking around the Centre with a hidden phone camera trying to share with you what our artists in residency have been up to lately.
Wesley Ruzibiza (contemporary dance choreographer/dancer – Amizero Dance Company), Ms Shannel (awesome songstress) and Samuel Kamanzi (Ikobe Muzik Group) are currently working on a new multidisciplinary piece for March 2012. While we cannot tell you exactly what it’s going to be about, we can already reveal to you that it deals with boundaries on a physical, emotional, political and spiritual level (among many things).
From what we have seen so far, there is a lot to be excited about.
Here are Wesley and Shannel working hard while Sammy is probably somewhere in the building juggling with his many musical instruments!
So… it’s that time of the month, everybody!
Like every last friday of the month, our Comedy Knights are back to remind us all why Ishyo Arts Centre is the go-to joint for Rwandan stand up comedy!
This coming Friday (January 27th) at 7:00 pm, if you want to understand the true meaning of FURAHI DAY, you know where to go. We’ll be expecting you!
Entrance Fee: RwF 2,000
We are a platform for all artists, arts lovers, cultural professionals, activists, critics, entrepreneurs and everyone else who is passionate or just curious about traditional and/or contemporary modes of artistic expressions. Come to us for literature, dance, music, poetry, theater, and just anything else you can think of:
If it’s in your mind, it should be in our program!