Profiling Red Rocks Initiative, Conserving Mother Nature in Rwanda
If you at all have plans of visiting Rwanda, I would propose that you visit Red Rocks, an initiative in Rwanda that is involving communities in conserving the environment.
While there, don’t fail to visit their Art Gallery that with the information of conservation of the surrounding environment and spend some time with the local artists. An event for which you will be introduced to conservation themes art exhibits, live painting demons and you may draw your own art and take it as a souvenir.
Red Rocks has local talented artists and believe that tourism is a tool for community development which impacts them in the conservation process of the Volcanoes National park. Share their story and get explained the journey they went through and know how conservation efforts and tourism have supported them, once involved you will be promoting the sustainable development of the community, thus leading to economic growth and creating the conservation awareness around the volcanoes national park.
Art for Conservation – Kids Activity at Volcanoes National park
Exemplary activity to cater for kids accompanying their parents for Gorilla trekking, Red Rocks initiative program(Arts for conservation), whereby local artists often supported by us agree to spend some time with the children where they demonstrate their art, facilities lessons and help children learn about their profession. Children enjoy live art performance and can learn the language of art, new concepts and discover what skills are needed. Our studio or workshop is furnished with a variety of resourceful materials used by children and they can have a chance to create their own art. Our artists will provide them with all the materials, and afterward, they can take their work home as a souvenir of helping to conserve the last mountain gorillas at the volcanoes national park.