Click HERE to listen to the BBC podcast recorded on May 26th, in which Christiane tells the story of the Savane Kabuye Workshop–how it all started and our hopes for the future!
PAX Rwanda and the women of the Savane Rutongo-Kabuye workshop and its founder Christiane Rwagatare have been honored by WeTransfer, the Internet file transfer service, to be featured on their site WePresent.WeTransfer that celebrates creativity around the globe.
Join us tomorrow – February 23rd at 6 pm – at the Sheen Center, 18 Bleecker St., NY, NY for the opening of the exhibit entitled “Migrations.” The exhibit runs through April 9th.
In “Migrations,” world maps are devoid of borders. Instead, they are imbued with what DOEprojekts calls “Coreforms,” which are shapes that indicate continuous movement and migrations.
PAX Rwanda has partnered with DOEprojekts to create these stunning embroidered maps of the continents.
Now patrons who wish to give a donation to support the Savane Rutongo-Kabuye workshop can do so. All funds will go directly to purchase embroideries at prices set by the artists.
Although PAX Rwanda is not a registered charity (501c3), we have received fiscal sponsorship as a worthy art project through Fractured Atlas.