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32° East | Ugandan Arts Trust is an independent non-profit organisation, focused on the creation and exploration of contemporary art in Uganda.

Our multi-purpose resource centre is based in the capital city Kampala and includes studios, accommodation for artists in residence, a contemporary art library, computers & editing suites, meeting areas and outdoor workshop space.

Our programme offers artists in residence and members one on one drop in sessions for critique and professional development, workshops for practical skills and our regular discussion series, Artachat, for social engagement.

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A huge thank you to everyone who came over yesterday for our artists in residence OPEN STUDIO with NJOLA Impressions Charity Atukunda Helena Allan Vien Tumusiime .

We were so glad to also welcome the British Council Uganda Creative Enterprise program participants and talk to them about art and 32° East before they visited the studios. #EastAfricaArts #32family #Thankyou
Photos Credit Kanchuwithacamera
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#Opportunity Calling all artists, cultural practitioners, researchers and curators as well as Art groups/collectives and organisations based in East Africa! If you are looking to create new connections between the countries of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Ethiopia, Sudan and South Sudan you can now apply for the #inMotion #EastAfricaArts rolling cycle grant. bit.ly/2fEI6Bv ... See MoreSee Less

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Charity Atukunda
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Artists in Residence Open Studio - Charity, Vien, Njola & Helena is on TOMORROW! From 3pm to 6pm at 32° East.
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Talking festivals and artist development and mobility with @liftfestival ‘s Artistic Director Kris Nelson
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@britishcouncil @eastafricaarts @teesabahana
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7 days ago

32º East | Ugandan Arts Trust

Surprise visit from @dandajaroljmek @circleartagency! Plus, we are so excited that @teesabahana is back from the @princeclausfund network partners trip to Suriname #MoreToCome @ 32° East Ugandan Arts Trust ... See MoreSee Less

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Pictures of Ageing resident Nikissi Serumaga-Jamo meeting with the elderly community.

This residency at 32° East is in partnership with University of Cambridge, Infectious Diseases Institute - Makerere University and the Margaret Trowel School of Industrial & Fine Art, Makerere University that invited two Ugandan visual artists to respond to the theme of 'Pictures of Ageing’.
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Are you living or working in Africa, and interested in exploring cutting-edge trends in art, technology, design, and entrepreneurship coming out of the continent?

Apply to attend African Crossroads 2019: Sense the City here; www.africancrossroads.org/
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