There is nothing so special in the world as " sharing the knowledge" for development of the community. This is one of the most important things that living creatures does every now and then. By doing this; the love and tenderness will never end, and the beauty of our Arts culture shall never pass away from Generation to Generation.
WHAT IS FAC?
FAC is a non-Government organization (NGO’s) that was discovered in 2000, and it was issued on 23rd of June 2010 under the National Arts Council of United Republic Of Tanzania.
FAC supports efforts that aim to promote hidden talents of Indigenous People’s culture, Tradition, arts, knowledge, spirituality and the relationship between living organisms and their environment.
FAC GOALS ARE.
FAC brings volunteer to the community families for the purpose of arts and culture exchange. Both parties can gain knowledge and experiences. It is an unique opportunity to experience the real life, culture, arts and landscape of indigenous land, by living, working and doing various activities at the Level of the community.
FAC EDUCATIONS SUPPORTS.
FAC supports students to find sponsorship for education between primary education, secondary education and high education, including college education for the development of the society in the future.
FAC Team statement is that; “sharing knowledge” for the development of the community
We focus in this way, So that we may join indigenous friend to international friends In order promote and protect exchange in developing culture and traditions for present up to the next generations.
To incorporate into the Traditional Story Telling, other means to relay message to educate children, youth, elders People of the communities and visitors. These story telling will include;
- Tradition drama,
- Tradition arts
- Traditions Dance,
- Traditions puppet demonstrations,
- Traditions clown shows,
- Traditional modern musical adaptations
- Wildlife experience
We also knows that studies show "giving individuals repeated rewarding experiences with the arts over time is a necessary first step before other, more public benefits of the arts can be realized. These other benefits include: exposure to new perspectives; sharpened learning skills among young people; expanded capacity for empathy; and stronger social bonds in communities
Well, we (and recent brain studies) show that the arts and clowns can be one of the best ways for people of all ages to develop, advance, and improve their quality of life, especially when multiple art forms & artists collaborate together. This can be through an educational & interactive experience such as a class or lesson or by viewing a stellar performance. Young minds need these experiences to develop and while mature minds need these experiences to stay fresh and diversify!
It’s a unique opportunity to experience the really life of arts and landscape of indigenous land, how they live and working and doing various activities at they’re community level. Your visit will give you an opportunity to learn many skills for your future and immerse yourself in another culture, and give yourself and receive from others.
It is an extremely diverse landscapes with many different cultural groups and great wildlife migrations. There are tropical forests, grasslands, woodland, plains with incredible Mountains and hills surrounding.
P.o. Box 4043 Ngaramtoni ya Juu, Arusha, Tanzania, East Africa
Tel; +255 (0) 763 418 896, +255 (0) 684 140 479
E-mail; firstname.lastname@example.org Or email@example.com
Open Day – Monday to Friday.
From 08 : 00 Am Up to 17 : 00 Pm
Saturday and Sunday is Close