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[3 Apr 2017 | One Comment | ]
Bayimba turning 10yrs,  with a bit of pressure on determining what next!

by Faisal KIWEWA

Fig 1. Joel Sebunjo and Sundiata

This 2017, Bayimba is making 10 years of working and investing in the arts and culture in Uganda. This is really a great moment for all of us at the organisation and a bit of pressure on determining what more we have to achieve.

Whilst implementing our core programme and activities, this 10th anniversary is surely meant to help us reflect on our past efforts, evaluate our capacities, and put in place new […]

Bayimba, Issue 043 Bayimba International Festival of the Arts »

[19 Sep 2014 | One Comment | ]
Issue 043 Bayimba International Festival of the Arts

Bayimba International Festival of the Arts, now in its seventh edition, continues to provide more for its expanding audience. This year’s program has two performance stages, yoga classes, experimental music as well as a discussion about artist rights. The visitors come annually in the thousands to share in invigorating arts and culture. Behind the scenes workshops breathe creative life into up-and-coming artistic innovators. How does this festival continue to expand and innovate? Could it be that the Director, Faisal Kiwewa […]

Bayimba, Issue 041 Public vs. Private, Special analysis »

[10 Aug 2014 | Comments Off on Bayimba – Mbale | ]
Bayimba – Mbale

The reduced numbers at the 2014 Eastern Regional drew a lot of comparison with previous festivals. This contrast could be made between last year’s performers and those of 2014, yet their disparity is not based on regional descent; rather, on popularity.

Bayimba, Issue 041 Public vs. Private, Special analysis »

[1 Jul 2014 | Comments Off on Bayimba – Fort Portal | ]
Bayimba – Fort Portal

Nestled behind tea-matted hills with a reputation for cleanliness, Fort Portal is culturally self-contained, even resistant. For the success of the festival, Bayimba partnered intricately with the community to develop workshops, a brass band procession, a boda boda art exhibition.

Bayimba, Music, Special analysis »

[30 Apr 2014 | Comments Off on Bayimba – Gulu | ]
Bayimba – Gulu

Bayimba Gulu was dynamic and full of culture. Raymond Omerio Ojakol was there to cover it.