EXHIBITIONS WE HAVE WORKED ON
Sheila Nakitende’s work is historically and emotionally textured in materiality, colour and form. In Abaana ba Kintu, she invites viewers to engage with heritage, colonization, patriarchy, and the multiple facets of changing environments.
Eroticism is defined as sexual desire or excitement, while intimacy is a close familiarity or friendship. These two elements are central to the inquiry of this project
The process of creating this tapestry involves a group of women working together and each contributing their ideas to the process. Nabukenya works with these women to stitch together pieces of fabric off-cuts from a tailoring area in Kiyembe lane located in the Kampala Central business district.
POP-RAP-HIP is an exhibition by Ugandan contemporary artist, Matt Kayem. The artist has created clay sculptures and a series of paintings on jeans he has worn and nolonger uses. He uses these to express his perception of Ugandan society in general.
Born 1988, SANDY SOUL (also known as Nankoma Sandra) is a Ugandan multidisciplinary artist with a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Fine Art from Uganda Christian University in Mukono, Uganda. Apart from being an artist, Sandy Soul is a gifted singer, poet and songwriter.
“Cast a Light on Prejudice” is a composite exhibition of photo portraits in progress. On one hand, the exhibition explores and disseminates the subject of Albinism in East Africa, and on the other, it focuses on the lives and times of Nubian Women living in Kibera in Kenya.