Creative Arts for children and youth
We are a creative arts initiative for children and youth ages 4 to 16 with a main focus on traditional and contemporary arts education and development for children and youth in pre-primary, primary and secondary schools
"Autumn Studios was founded in 2012, with an aim of sharing the love for and skills in dance and multimedia with children and youth. Since then, Autumn has grown to hosting other arts forms such as music classes offered by Kampala Music School, and multimedia- photography and video classes at its hub in Makindye – Kampala, Uganda. Creative arts education and development is at the core of our existence.Read More...
Because dance is a performing art, Autumn Studios creates opportunities for children in school clubs, studios and dance groups around Kampala to showcase what they have learned from the year, Children spend a lot of time in studios learning dance techniques and making dances but hardly have an opportunity to showcase their talent. At the Bazaar all participants are awarded certificates.Read More...
27 - Aug - 2018
14 - Nov - 2015
In 2015, we renamed the bazaar to the All Schools Dance Bazaar to make this platform genre inclusive. Children and youth access more dance genres than ballet in Uganda. From…
18 - Oct - 2014
This time we took the Bazaar to Kitante Primary School and yes we had more schools, youth dance companies and more studios sign up to perform. Among the favorites of…
Tutus & Tea party…
The Tutus & Tea party organised by Autumn Studios is an event where all the children that take class with us get together and celebrate their accomplishments throughout the year. […]
Guest dance teacher: Miss. Martha Naggita
We are privileged to host Miss. Naggita Martha at Autumn Studios this weekend. Martha belongs to a Clay dance Company based at Watoto Church. She is also student at Makerere […]
We celebrated our 5th anniversary here at Autumn Studios!
It was on this day in 2013 that we started our first Studio class with only two children. We have so far reached more than 1000 children in school outreach […]