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Issue 005 Dec '10, Special analysis, Visual Art »

[15 Dec 2010 | 11 Comments | ]
Corporate sponsorship of the arts: Friend or foe?

Art needs patronage. This could be provided by people of modest income who buy art on a regular basis to decorate their spaces and to use as gifts. These abound on the Ugandan art scene. But how useful are these art buyers to an industry that demands major capital injection for its growth?
In this article, Henry Mzili Mujunga questions the role of the corporate sponsors of Arts in Uganda.

Issue 004 Dec ´09, Special analysis, Visual Art »

[1 Dec 2009 | One Comment | ]
Viral Value: A chat with the curator of the Dutch Masters Today exhibition

Henry Mzili Mujunga chats with the curator of the Dutch Masters Today exhibition at the Uganda Museum and ponders how to start an “art epidemic”.

The Dutch masters are here. Who’s excited? Is it Rembrandt or Van Gogh? Are Corneille Van Beverloo, Karel Appel and Peter Deim really present in Uganda? If you are not a student of art or an art enthusiast, you haven’t a clue about what I am talking.

Issue 004 Dec ´09, Opinions »

[1 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on Henry Mzili Mujunga: A Work of Fiction | ]
Henry Mzili Mujunga: A Work of Fiction

Back in the day, many brave terrorists from south of the great lake tried to cross this devil’s corridor in pursuit of Evil-Fat- Daddy, but instead lost all their memory and all their programs in its red waters. Evil-Fat-Daddy escaped into the dry dunes to the North and later dried up due to lack of orange juice. Legend has it that out of the 27 terrorists, only the milkman made it across the slithering red slime.