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“Founded in 2012 by brothers and self-taught painters Emmanuel Nkuranga and Innocent Nkurunziza, Inema Arts Center spurs creativity for personal, social and economic growth. Nkurunziza and Nkuranga started Inema in order:

To tap the untapped potential of art in Rwanda.
To use the creative expression as a way to bring the community and country alive.
To provide exposure to creative people and to create opportunities for Rwanda’s most underserved communities while using creativity for a productive livelihood.
Today, Inema Arts Center has become a beacon in Rwanda for cultivating creative expression. Inema Arts Center is a collective of Rwandan creative artists. At its core, Inema Arts Center provides space for 5 artists in residence to explore their creative talent.” – Inema Art Center

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  • Reza Sattarzadeh Nowbari

    It is another one of the art centres in Kigali, focusing on local pieces of art. The place is on two floors and there is a very good collection to enjoy. However, their attitude in running the place should change. There is no entrance fee, but your donation amount is decided for you. It is not nice to tell the visitors that you have to pay $30 to take photos. The amount of donation should be left at the discretion of the visitor.

  • Amanda Weilenmann
    Amanda Weilenmann
    a month ago

    We really enjoyed Inema arts centre. We were able to meet Innocente (Founder and artist) and Kenneth (artist). The works were really beautiful and all quite different. The surroundings are lovely. Definitely a nice place to visit.

  • Tewogbade Fatai
    Tewogbade Fatai
    3 weeks ago

    It's a vibrant hub for film, art, and cultural exchange. Whether you're a die-hard cinephile or simply seeking a unique and enriching experience, this center has something for everyone.

  • Lukosi Tamana
    Lukosi Tamana
    in the last week

    Worth the time! Very courteous staff. If I lived in Kigali, this is the place I'd definitely work from. It's serene both in an outside. The artwork inside , especially the big canvasses, pulls you inside another plane albeit spiritually. The yard outside is an Eden of it's own, turning trash into treasure. I can see myself doing my wedding reception here. Will definitely be going back before leaving Rwanda, and any other time I'll be in Rwanda. Most importantly though is getting a piece of the art, cz you can't put a price on passion.

    4 months ago

    This place is simply amazing. If you are a true art lover then you are going to enjoy this beautiful place.

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