We aim to empower youth in Luanda through creative experiences that use a variety of materials, draw on different techniques, and develop new areas of knowledge.
Exposure to arts and culture influences the ability to develop creativity, and basic tools such as reading and writing are vital tools for enriching knowledge among young children. Most children in Luanda do not have the place to acquire these necessary skills or be exposed professionally to the arts.
The School of Arts and Culture allows young children to learn the art of painting, work with recycled materials, experiment with wood building workshops, and participate in various activities lead by a professional team of local teachers. The children gain rich knowledge and learn to read alongside practical skills that help them express themselves through the arts. The school holds cultural events and an exhibition of children’s works in the amphitheater and the foundation’s complex.