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- As an artist, I really try to understand the world that I am living in and on a daily basis, see how I can contribute to it. It’s all about reflecting, questioning and how I can use my time on earth the best way I can. I try to understand human beings and which kind of world we will leave for our children. I believe that there is no time for anybody, which is why I learn as much as I can and see every day as a new day.
- Carole Karemera said about things that inspires often (The New Times, Wednesday, April 20, 2016)
- Life is short, make good use of it. Art is long and if you make good use of it will help you survive and you could use it to speak to the world.
- Carole Karemera said she gave advice (The New Times, Wednesday, April 20, 2016)
- Veteran artists have been struggling to present art in the reconstruction of the country. In a country that is developing fast, art is what helps us define who we are and where we belong. Art is society.
- Carole Karemera said this when she was among the panelists at the Reclaiming Arts event (The New Times, Friday, February 17, 2017)
- The idea is to join and add the different institutions to help the artists so that we can show the people in Rwanda that we exist. We want people to stop ignoring where we are all over the country.
- Karemera said the channels as artists in Rwanda are really narrow (The New Times, Friday, October 13, 2017)
- We need to make sure that every part of the city is well represented by the artists and that there are shows in every part of the country.
- The government has a lot of premises like the car free zone that artists can use to showcase our arts said Carole Karemera (The New Times, Friday, October 13, 2017)