Wednesday , February 1 2023
Home / Tag Archives: Dominic Muwanguzi (page 3)

Tag Archives: Dominic Muwanguzi

Theresa Musoke beats the odds to make art

The octogenarian has crossed boundaries of cultural stereotype and age to remain relevant | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | At more than Seventy- five years old, Theresa Musoke is still making art. Her recent exhibition in Nairobi, underscores her indefatiable energy and zeal   to remain in the front seat of regional contemporary …

Read More »

The Controversy in African Contemporary Art

What is African art and should African diaspora artists enjoy the  African artists identity? Kampala, Uganda | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | The term African Contemporary art despite its success in global art circles in recent years, has not been without controversy. In the early 1990s and before, the term generated a …

Read More »

The Art of Bronze Casting Exhibition

The exhibition demystifies the diverse misconceptions on the art of bronze casting. | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | Bronze may be an unfamiliar media on the local art scene, evident with hardly any sculptural artwork made out of the material, save for the Flying Crested Crane 2007 standing at British High Commission Offices in …

Read More »