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MusangoGwantamu: A Retrospective

A biography of Uganda’s leading art educationist and artist who inspired artists like Joseph Ntensibe, General Elly Tumwine and Fabian Mpagi ARTS | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | The Uganda art industry has been recently touted to have a lot of potential and to grow exponentially in the next decade. But it …

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Buganda Kingdom painting

The artist figuratively explores and interrogates the subject of peace tranquility in the Monarchy Kamapala, Uganda | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | Buganda is the largest Kingdom in Uganda occupying vast territory across the country. Since the precolonial times, the monarchy has hosted several groups of people including Arab traders, European explorers …

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Return of looted artefacts to Africa

Will full restitution of African tribal art ever be realized and if so, how prepared are African countries to receive such priceless treasures? Kampala,  Uganda | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | The conversation on the return of African art, popularly known as tribal artefacts by art scholars, has once again resurfaced in …

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Recycled art a metaphor for rebirth and hope

Multi-disciplinary artist, Sai works with degradable waste to build conversations about his community | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | Much has been said about Recycled art cleaning up the environment of waste and garbage and providing livelihoods to a number of artists since its inauguration in the mid-20th century. However, little is …

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