PARTNERS IN EAST AFRICA
The Goethe-Institut partnered in the development of the East African Campus from its outset in 2014 and gave major assistance in 2015 and 2016. Currently it is the co-funder and partner in the East African Global Music Campus grant with the European Union.
Jazz Amba School of Music (Ethiopia)
Jazzamba provides a nurturing learning environment for young Ethiopian Musicians looking for a quality music education based on their own cultural identity. Jazzamba is a unique center for education and research which provides a platform for young artists to develop their skills and contribute to the development of Ethiopian music. Jazzamba provides a cultural bridge between young Ethiopian musicians and the rest of the world.
Creatives Garage (Kenya)
Creatives Garage is a multi-disciplinary collective space for Creatives to network, share ideas, collaborate, learn, gain market accessibility and push boundaries. Our goal is to create a thriving eco-system that impacts investing opportunities to deliver financial and social double bottom-line returns. We work with visual artists, performing artists and tech innovators who are social change agents in the society.
Orupaap Creative and Cultural House (South Sudan)
Orupaap is located in Juba in South Sudan. We strive to create a stimulating artistic atmosphere where young people can learn the value of their own culture and develop a sense of identity and the value of human relationships and a shared humanity. At the Orupaap Creative and Cultural House we seek to awaken the true potential of young people by allowing them to explore their creative identity through the arts in a structured educational environment.
Action Music Tanzania (Tanzania)
Action Music Tanzania is currently developing the first professional music training program for young musicians in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania using an innovative new curriculum being developed together with the Global Music Academy in Berlin through the East African Global Music Campus with the support of the Goethe-Institut and and European Union.
The Goethe-Institut partnered in the development of the East African Campus from its outset in 2014 and gave major assistance in 2015 as well.
Bayimba Academy (Uganda)
The Bayimba Academy is the education program of the Bayimba Cultural Foundation offering a comprehensive range of training and exchange programs designed to enhance creative, professional and entrepreneurial skills among artists, thereby stimulating inter- and intra-disciplinary collaborations and improving their career opportunities in their chosen field. Over the next five years the Foundation will develop its current informal training program into a structured arts education program to be hosted at the future Bayimba Centre for Visual and Performing Arts. The 2 year professional training program being developed at the East African Global Music Campus will become an integral part of this program.