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THE ART ARCHIVE AT THE PEARL RHYTHM FESTIVAL
The Art archive is the youth educative program under Pearl Rhythm foundation committed to helping young people develop in areas of cultural instrumentation like African Percussions, Adungus (African Harp), Endingidi (Tube fiddles), Akogos (Thumb Piano), and traditional dances like Kiganda, Kiyankole, Kikiga, Acholi, Alur and other forms of contemporary art, while introducing them to a range of musical genres and skills in a friendly, safe and fun environment. 
OBJECTIVES OF THE ART ARCHIVE PROGRAM
  • To introduce and integrate traditional art such as music, dance, and Ugandan instrumentation as an additional skill for future use. 
  • Develop team work in young people by means of learning how to live and appreciate different cultures and values.  
  • To use African dance as a physical fitness art to help young people relax and develop self-esteem, as they feel a sense of accomplishment through rhythm. 
  • To develop the art of public speaking and esteem through sessions which motivate young people to participate in group activities. 
Sessions are developed specifically to the needs of young people. These sessions work to enhance their cultural knowledge, development and creativity in young people. Additional programs include the cultural etiquette, art of expression and  public speaking, confidence , posture/elegance and physical fitness, all conducted within the training.


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Contact Us

T: +256 772 871742 
E: info@pearlrhythm.com

Location

Basement Office
National Theatre, Kampala

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