Artist takes in magician's bar in Africa (6)
I believe the answer is:
Here is my best explanation:
'in africa' is the definition.
('Rwanda' is part of 'africa')
'artist takes in magician's bar' is the wordplay.
'artist' becomes 'ra' (Royal Academician, member of Royal Academy of Arts).
'takes in' is an insertion indicator.
'magician's bar' becomes 'wand' (I can't justify this - if you can you should give a lot more credence to this answer).
'ra' placed around 'wand' is 'RWANDA'.
(Other definitions for rwanda that I've seen before include "Hutu and Tutsi country", "Nation", "Scene of a genocide in 1994", "African country, capital Kigali", "Central African country", "Republic in central Africa", "Language", "African state", "Country" and "Kigali's country".)