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Niyo Arts gallery, is a collection of Rwandan creative artists and also hosts different artists from the region. we provide a space for 7 artists in residence to explore their creative talents. contemporary African art works, Music and Dance going...more
We happened by this gallery and were very impressed with the overall vision of it's founder - 40% of the proceeds from the art goes to support street kids in Kigali. Beyond the paintings - which are varied by artist and theme and scale, plus...More
Just visited Niyo Art Gallery, after seeing one of their paintings displayed in a hotel in town. Incredibly beautiful art in all tastes and sizes. We were welcomed by an employee who told us about the organisation and while we were there the owner and...More
I stayed at the Niyo Kids Art Gallery for two weeks and it was seriously one of the best things I could have done. Not only does their art blow you away no matter how many times you'vhe seen it (actually though, I woke up...More
We got in touch with Pacifique via a British friend who was running the RCSF charity in Kigali. We wanted a guide and driver for a weekend, someone from Kigali who spoke good English and would show us around. We got far far more. Pacifique...More
Beautiful place with amazing art pieces and bighearted people. The best part about it is that they support street kids by paying school fees, teaching them traditional dance, get them health insurane and accomodation. Really inspiring to see how Niyo Art Gallery is supporting their...More
These young artists are not only extremely talented, but each of them has a big heart for the kids in the community. The dancing and drumming was amazing, and the joy on the kids' faces says it all. I can't wait to go back!!!
Rwanda, and more specifically, Niyo has easily become one of my favorite places in the world. From the one of a kind art and impressive dancing and drumming to the sweet, sweet faces of the children, Niyo will always have a massive piece of my...More
Visiting Niyo was definitely the highlight of my time spent in Rwanda. The atmosphere is unlike any other place I have visited. The artwork is absolutely breathtaking and 40% of the profits from the gallery are used to support 122 street children in Kigali. A...More