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Uganda's visual environment: development and change
(Triangle Arts Trust, 2002)
The appropriation of external elements and their local domestication are important ingredients for the growth and survival of a distinct culture. Norbert Kaggwa, a student at the Margaret Trowell School of Fine Art, Makerere ...
Exploring wild animals as a subject using the relief printmaking technique.
(Makerere University, 2008)
The research was intended to demonstrate the potential of wild animals as a subject for relief printing by producing a variety of both utilitarian and aesthetic relief prints .The study objectives were to: Demonstrate the ...
Contemporary Ugandan art and the ctrique on corruption? A look at Mutebi's strategies, symbolisms and symbols.
Some contemporary artists in Uganda have converted traditional objects and activities into a pointed vocabulary which they use to critique government and governance. Fred Kato Mutebi is active in this area. In this paper ...
Katarikawe coming back home
The role of sculptural forms as a communication tool in lives and experiences of women with HIV/AIDS in Uganda
(Newcastle University, 2007-07)
This study explores the use of sculpture, developed through research into the lives and experiences of Ugandan women living with HIV/AIDS, as a tool for raising awareness about the illness. It demonstrates how the research ...