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Tuzuule Art Project (TAP) is an art-centered project that works directly with children and early teenagers of different backgrounds in Uganda, with a particular focus on those who are disadvantaged with no education. TAP strives to give them hope and opportunities using art as a valued form of expression.

The Project is centered on the belief that everyone can learn and teach art and has the capacity to be a positive role model to others.

TAP has been built around free art classes currently offered at a Center in Buwama, Kitojo and Zzuula Art Limited.


  • Bridge the gap between the advantaged and disadvantaged children, bringing kids of different religious, tribal, and social backgrounds together
  • Build kids’ leadership skills, self esteem, and responsibility
  • Allow access to formal and informal art education
  • Present a positive approach to art, promoting awareness and teaching its value to children
  • Connect local and international youths using art as a valued form of exchange

We feel the values and artistic skills gained by the kids will allow them to start their art business for sustainability and also create a chain of employment opportunities to others, thus touching lives and fighting this area’s high unemployment.

Mission Statement

We spread the love of Jesus Christ by restoring impoverished children using art and music as a platform.  We strive to empower, educate, feed, clothe, and teach Bible and Discipleship classes to encourage them to engage life positively and uniquely.

Vision Statement

To have Christ known in the communities we serve so lives are given hope and transformed for the better.