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      Art and Gender: Imag[in]ing the new woman in contemporary Ugandan art, Book 1 [1]
      Art as a social practice: transforming lives using sculpture in HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention in Uganda [2]
      Art in Uganda in the 20th century [1]
      Coloured sculpture: an analytical visual study of the use of colour in sculpture: a guide to a practical study of the use of colour in sculpture in Uganda with special reference to Makerere University School of Fine Art [1]
      Contemporary Ugandan art and the ctrique on corruption? A look at Mutebi's strategies, symbolisms and symbols. [1]
      Deeply grounded in christianity: religious belief as evidenced in Francis Musangogwantamu's art practice [1]
      Dr. Nabulime's new languages in art [1]
      Evaluation of the quality of reinforcing steel bars manufactured in Uganda [1]
      Exploration and symbolic interpretation of alternative printing surfaces using the serigraphic printing technique. [1]
      Exploring wild animals as a subject using the relief printmaking technique. [1]
      The formation of contemporary visual artists in Africa: Revisiting residency programmes. [1]
      The integration of monumental sculpture in landscapes: a case study of selected Kampala and Entebbe landscapes [1]
      Katarikawe coming back home [1]
      Meaning-making in visual culture: the case of integrating Ganda idigenous knowledge with contemporary art practice in Uganda [1]
      A New energy and fervour in Amanda's paintings [1]
      The persitence of the figural motif in Nabulime's new sculpture. [1]
      Pioneer Makerere Masters [1]
      Plays as source of inspiration for costume design: A case study of Lysistrata stage production by performing arts and film students of Makerere University 2012 [1]
      The renaissance of contemporary art at Makerere University Art School [1]
      The role of sculptural forms as a communication tool in lives and experiences of women with HIV/AIDS in Uganda [1]