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[26 May 2015 | Comments Off on Ebishushani 2&3: Exhibition archiving Uganda’s history | ]
Ebishushani 2&3: Exhibition archiving Uganda’s history

A second photograph exhibition, Ebishushani 2&3 presented by History in Progress, Uganda at Makerere Art gallery imbues elements of documenting Uganda’s social-political landscape during the colonial and post-colonial regime, inviting dialogue on the significance of photography as a non-traditional art genre within the contemporary arts and creating an intelligent visual discourse that facilitates academic research in form of archive.

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[25 May 2015 | Comments Off on Thank you for your support, we are almost there! | ]
Thank you for your support, we are almost there!

Help Startjournal reach its fundraising goals as we count down the days from the start the of StartJournal Fundraising Campaign until it will end on the 31st of May. We are most grateful to people like you who make our work and the journal possible through your support. Your money not only provides young writers the opportunity to write about the arts, it also supports the documenting of East African and African Art, archives what is happening in the art scene and keeps our website updated & online.

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[19 May 2015 | Comments Off on Revisiting the Value of the Arts in Uganda at UCU | ]
Revisiting the Value of the Arts in Uganda at UCU

Art is quickly overlooked as a source of employment and yet it holds a vast number of opportunities in any field of the arts. The best example might be the recent hype about the film Queen of Katwe, which has just ended filming in Uganda.

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[5 May 2015 | Comments Off on Beautiful Imperfections: An exhibition of sculptures by Makerere Alumni | ]
Beautiful Imperfections: An exhibition of sculptures by Makerere Alumni

With Beautiful Imperfections, the artists continue a journey of both self and artistic exploration started when they were students of Margaret Trowell school of Fine art. Their choice to come back to exhibit here manifests the faith they have in the institution and an insatiable appetite to better themselves at every level of their artistry.