This was a class where I was sharing my ideologue to my fellow Ugandan dance artist, how I manage to survive in this Ugandan dance scene and also talking about our rights as dancers so that we don’t get exploited. All this will was from my point of the view that we should work SMART, not HARD even when that is harder than working hard.
I want to give big thanks to everyone who came to my class, to everyone who organized it
and to everyone supporting the initiative. Many have asked what we talked about during this class and to all of you, I will just recommend that you’ll come to the next one to participate yourself.
This class is about sharing experiences, advice and the stories we all have to be able to make the dance scene more successful for us as individuals but also for us as a community. I created the class from my point of view of working SMART and not HARD. Some of the key points that were discussed were; believing in yourself, goals, taking charge of your future, support one another and working to together as young artists.
One of my career goals is to share my knowledge and to learn from others so I got to do that at the same time thanks to all the participants in the class stepping up and sharing their learning experiences. Special thanks, toKibuuka Mukisa Oscar and Moze BeatBoxer/dancer and Orenia Rique Baazanyanengowho really showed motivation and inspiration
If not the ones who have been in this field the longest in Uganda can help us with this kind of classes, we the young upcoming artists will have to do them our selfs. There is nothing right and wrong, but we all don’t need to make the same mistakes to learn. We can learn and grow with each other’s mistakes!