Streetlights Uganda cordially invites you to yet another edition (3rd edition) of their annual #UnseenMeExhibition happening from 7th to 9th June at East Africa's oldest Museum (Uganda Museum Hall).
The Unseen Me Exhibition is a growing network, platform & safe space were street connected children, different Street Children practitioners and art risk youth come together to showcase their talents, through art, music and Fashion to the public as a way of bridging the gap between Street Children and the general public. This helps advance/promote these children's skills through opportunities availed to them.
This year's theme "Model The Way " will introduce you to our latest program "The Mwalimu Mentorship Program" designed to link mentors (Artists) to Mentees(Street Connected Children). We believe that mentorship is key in these children's lives and as mentors we ought to model the way for them so as to enhance their knowledge, skills and attitudes towards life something that sparks their creativity.
Don't miss exciting performances, screenings, talks, exhibitions from some of our mentees and their mentors, workshops, fashion show, stalls and many other activities. These are spread out on all the three days to bring you a thrilling, exciting and informative experience.
Tickets go for 10k per day and 30k for the 3days. Early bird tickets go for 8k and 24k for 3days.
All proceeds go towards supporting the Mentorship Program.
Hope to see you there.
Streetlights Uganda is an art based youth led non profit organisation based in Kampala founded in 2014 by four passionate young artists focusing on uplifting lives of children living on the streets using art both performing and visual as tools for empowerment along with addressing some of the reasons as to why these children end up on the streets.
Our main activities are Arts Empowerment, Advocacy, Outreaches, Events and Networking. Under these lie a number of programs and projects including the Ntunga project, The Unseen Me Exhibition, Bag Yange Project, Roll and create project and many others. All these are aimed at skilling our beneficiaries better. The organisation has three focus areas that is Street child, Family and Community. All these areas have a way they have led to the increasing number of children to the streets of Kampala.