Come to the birthplace of imigongo traditional cow dung art and learn from the women who keep the tradition alive. You'll get the opportunity to learn the deep history of imigongo and also get your hands dirty and give it a try yourself.
Everything you need to make traditional Imigongo art.
The cooperative is made of 15 women, most of whom are widows as a result of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. The women of Kakira design and create reliefs on wooden panels using cow's dung. Once the cow dung has dried, the works are painted, dried again, and ready to be used as decoration.