• Inspiring Social Change with Art in Kampala, Uganda

    Social advocate and Ugandan artist Arthur “Mr. Art” Mugume is using his talents to empower the next generation. Ready to start your healthy lifestyle? Get the book that inspired Million Ways to Live: www.amzn.com/0989911136 Subscribe http://goo.gl/5nOXBS for more great videos on Million Ways To Live. *Inspiring Social Change with Art* Despite decades of social upheavals, Uganda has developed a vibrant and flourishing art scene. Local artists use their work for both self-expression as well as raising public awareness of important socioeconomic issues. Today on Million Ways to Live we visit the busy city of Kampala, where Arthur Mugume, a.k.a. Mr. Art, is using his art as a tool for empowering the next generation. *Watch More Here* Million Ways to Live: http://goo.gl/blHrEW Feats of F...

    published: 28 Mar 2015
  • Uganda’s Art Festival

    Uganda's capital is hosting some of Africa's best contemporary artists. Dozens of works from across the continent are on display at the Kampala Art Biennale festival, and the quality of the art has been attracting international attention. CCTV's Isabel Nakirya reports

    published: 22 Aug 2014
  • UGANDA DAY ONE

    I'm traveling throughout Uganda Africa. Follow my Vlogs as I report on the adventure by subscribing to my channel. I'm new to the Vlog scene. Let me know if you like it.

    published: 06 Feb 2017
  • Art and Craft in Uganda the Pearl of Africa, BY Mildred Elony

    In uganda today, we come to dig out our ansestoral norms and ways as conveyed in artistic works of the people in Uganda. This is also to bring to you the beauty under the african continent, to show what really makes uganda cuturally superior and generally a norm abidding country. Art and craft is symbolic and stands for various classifications in Uganda's cultural history. NO WONDER IT IS THE PEARL OF AFRICA. FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

    published: 27 Apr 2016
  • ESHS - Uganda Art Show

    published: 08 May 2017
  • Art Joy Love Dance - Uganda

    This is the clip of the song and the dance “ART Joy Love”. The Ossanidi Children Choir in Bussi Island, Uganda, learned the song from musician Elad Neeman (who is singing the song in the clip) and the dance from dancer Saray Gelb (who taught them danced with them) in May 2017, during their visit there with Prof. Dani Engelhard, who had initiated this specific event. Prof. Dan Engelhard, the founder (2005) and head of ART Joy Love had initiated a song and dance that will empower and cheer up the children in the orphanages in Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya. So, he wrote the words with the singer Elad Neman who also composed and arranged the music with Ron Klein. Other contributors to the song are listed at the end of the video clip. Then, Victor Tsemah and Saray Gelb made the special choreograph...

    published: 02 Jul 2017
  • Uganda Art Consortium

    Fundraising campaign for building a children's art center in Namungona, Uganda.

    published: 09 Sep 2013
  • Art of Freedom: Homophobia in Uganda | Arts.21

    Homosexuals living openly in Uganda face discrimination, torture and murder. They're mocked daily by the media and harassed by the state. Now some artists are fighting back. Arts.21 meets them for our Art of Freedom series. More Arts.21:http://www.dw.com/en/program/arts21/s-7885-9798

    published: 31 Oct 2015
  • Dynamic award winning artist Benon Lutaaya (Uganda) shares his thoughts with us

    Born in Uganda, Benon Lutaaya is a Johannesburg-based visual artist working in a distinct and ever-evolving mixed-media style. He holds a BFA with Education from Kyambogo University, Kampala. Although known for his contemporary paper collage portraiture work, his technique is constantly evolving. ART AFRICA visited Lutaaya in his studio at August House in Doornfontein to talk about his journey as an artist, how art can address social issues and the importance of building a comprehensive profile.

    published: 10 Dec 2015
  • Uganda: Artist using old T-shirts to raise awareness of the environment

    In Uganda, one man is using old T-shirts to depict the beauty and splendour of Uganda's countryside. A lecturer in art, he's also advocating for a cleaner environment by recycling materials. CGTN'S Isabel Nakirya reports

    published: 23 Jan 2017
  • SCHEME UGANDA LIMITED (PROFESSIONAL BOXING ART ) TRAINIG & DINNING

    SCHEME (U) LIMITED (PROFESSIONAL BOXING ART TRAINIG & DINNING

    published: 25 Aug 2015
  • UGANDA Part 2

    Art Fennell continues his travels throughout Uganda, Africa. In this episode he ventures to the farthest remote corner of the country to report and photograph big game and wildlife.

    published: 15 Feb 2017
  • NAWOU (Uganda) - the beautiful art of basketry

    NAWOU - the National Association of Women Organisations of Uganda provides new opportunities for these talented craftswomen. Trading with fair trade groups like Trade Aid brings much needed income to their communities.

    published: 16 May 2013
  • Art en Craft in Uganda

    Art en craft are part of our culture. Crafts have been developed through the traditions of the people. Art and craft are a result of the feelings of the people responding to a variety of historical events and influences and the environment in a most spontaneous manner. Art is the creation of works of beauty through the application of skill resulting from knowledge and regular practice. Craft on the other hand is taken as an occupation, especially one in which skills or techniques in the use of the hands are needed. Craftsmanship in Uganda is a practice that has been passed down from generation to generation. It includes crafts like basketry, pottery, wood-curving and the like.

    published: 23 Feb 2012
  • Uganda artist paints live at events

    Landscape painters have often had to endure passersby peering over their shoulders while they work, but few visual artists invite people to do so. Here we look at a young painter in Uganda who is capturing the moment before enraptured audiences.

    published: 27 Jun 2015
  • BATALOEAST AFRO HOUSE CYPHER @ Laba art fest kampala uganda

    published: 16 Feb 2015
Inspiring Social Change with Art in Kampala, Uganda

Inspiring Social Change with Art in Kampala, Uganda

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  • Duration: 3:31
  • Updated: 28 Mar 2015
  • views: 408
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Social advocate and Ugandan artist Arthur “Mr. Art” Mugume is using his talents to empower the next generation. Ready to start your healthy lifestyle? Get the book that inspired Million Ways to Live: www.amzn.com/0989911136 Subscribe http://goo.gl/5nOXBS for more great videos on Million Ways To Live. *Inspiring Social Change with Art* Despite decades of social upheavals, Uganda has developed a vibrant and flourishing art scene. Local artists use their work for both self-expression as well as raising public awareness of important socioeconomic issues. Today on Million Ways to Live we visit the busy city of Kampala, where Arthur Mugume, a.k.a. Mr. Art, is using his art as a tool for empowering the next generation. *Watch More Here* Million Ways to Live: http://goo.gl/blHrEW Feats of Fun: http://goo.gl/IKHD1B Nutrition & Cooking: http://goo.gl/mUaTW8 Client Success Stories: http://goo.gl/XiPXaF *About Million Ways To Live* In our international documentary travel series, we focus on what all these people have in common. We call them Healthy Lifestyle Principles: Real Food, Movement, Rest & Relaxation, Lifelong Learning, Community, and Love. Join us as we travel around the world to show you incredible people with amazing stories that are sure to inspire and motivate you. After watching a few episodes, we hope everyone is a little more open-minded and accepting of other ways of life and finding happiness. *Find us Online* Visit our website: millionwaystolive.com/ Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/millionwaystolive *Music by Joe Minadeo* ‘Heater Core’ Visit patternbased.com for more details *Music by Buzzdrive* ‘Friday is My Day’ Visit facebook.com/Buzzdrive for more details
https://wn.com/Inspiring_Social_Change_With_Art_In_Kampala,_Uganda
Uganda’s Art Festival

Uganda’s Art Festival

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  • Duration: 2:27
  • Updated: 22 Aug 2014
  • views: 200
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Uganda's capital is hosting some of Africa's best contemporary artists. Dozens of works from across the continent are on display at the Kampala Art Biennale festival, and the quality of the art has been attracting international attention. CCTV's Isabel Nakirya reports
https://wn.com/Uganda’S_Art_Festival
UGANDA DAY ONE

UGANDA DAY ONE

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  • Duration: 9:53
  • Updated: 06 Feb 2017
  • views: 6099
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I'm traveling throughout Uganda Africa. Follow my Vlogs as I report on the adventure by subscribing to my channel. I'm new to the Vlog scene. Let me know if you like it.
https://wn.com/Uganda_Day_One
Art and Craft in Uganda the Pearl of Africa, BY Mildred Elony

Art and Craft in Uganda the Pearl of Africa, BY Mildred Elony

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  • Duration: 14:15
  • Updated: 27 Apr 2016
  • views: 233
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In uganda today, we come to dig out our ansestoral norms and ways as conveyed in artistic works of the people in Uganda. This is also to bring to you the beauty under the african continent, to show what really makes uganda cuturally superior and generally a norm abidding country. Art and craft is symbolic and stands for various classifications in Uganda's cultural history. NO WONDER IT IS THE PEARL OF AFRICA. FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.
https://wn.com/Art_And_Craft_In_Uganda_The_Pearl_Of_Africa,_By_Mildred_Elony
ESHS - Uganda Art Show

ESHS - Uganda Art Show

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  • Duration: 3:21
  • Updated: 08 May 2017
  • views: 484
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https://wn.com/Eshs_Uganda_Art_Show
Art Joy Love Dance - Uganda

Art Joy Love Dance - Uganda

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  • Duration: 3:02
  • Updated: 02 Jul 2017
  • views: 41
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This is the clip of the song and the dance “ART Joy Love”. The Ossanidi Children Choir in Bussi Island, Uganda, learned the song from musician Elad Neeman (who is singing the song in the clip) and the dance from dancer Saray Gelb (who taught them danced with them) in May 2017, during their visit there with Prof. Dani Engelhard, who had initiated this specific event. Prof. Dan Engelhard, the founder (2005) and head of ART Joy Love had initiated a song and dance that will empower and cheer up the children in the orphanages in Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya. So, he wrote the words with the singer Elad Neman who also composed and arranged the music with Ron Klein. Other contributors to the song are listed at the end of the video clip. Then, Victor Tsemah and Saray Gelb made the special choreography for the children' dance. Saray Gelb and Elad Neeman joined Prof. Dani Engelhard in his voyage to orphanages in Guder, Ethiopia, to Osanidde, Bussi Island, Uganda, and to St. Ann Home in Kikopey, Nakuru, Kenya on May 2017 to teach the song, including the intention behind the words of the song and the meaning of the steps and movements of the dance. It proved to be a big success. The song soon became a local hit and the dance was adopted with much energy and joy. We were intensely satisfied to hear and see the happiness of the children singing and dancing.
https://wn.com/Art_Joy_Love_Dance_Uganda
Uganda Art Consortium

Uganda Art Consortium

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  • Duration: 3:26
  • Updated: 09 Sep 2013
  • views: 161
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Fundraising campaign for building a children's art center in Namungona, Uganda.
https://wn.com/Uganda_Art_Consortium
Art of Freedom: Homophobia in Uganda | Arts.21

Art of Freedom: Homophobia in Uganda | Arts.21

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  • Duration: 6:13
  • Updated: 31 Oct 2015
  • views: 776
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Homosexuals living openly in Uganda face discrimination, torture and murder. They're mocked daily by the media and harassed by the state. Now some artists are fighting back. Arts.21 meets them for our Art of Freedom series. More Arts.21:http://www.dw.com/en/program/arts21/s-7885-9798
https://wn.com/Art_Of_Freedom_Homophobia_In_Uganda_|_Arts.21
Dynamic award winning artist Benon Lutaaya (Uganda) shares his thoughts with us

Dynamic award winning artist Benon Lutaaya (Uganda) shares his thoughts with us

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  • Duration: 7:07
  • Updated: 10 Dec 2015
  • views: 1427
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Born in Uganda, Benon Lutaaya is a Johannesburg-based visual artist working in a distinct and ever-evolving mixed-media style. He holds a BFA with Education from Kyambogo University, Kampala. Although known for his contemporary paper collage portraiture work, his technique is constantly evolving. ART AFRICA visited Lutaaya in his studio at August House in Doornfontein to talk about his journey as an artist, how art can address social issues and the importance of building a comprehensive profile.
https://wn.com/Dynamic_Award_Winning_Artist_Benon_Lutaaya_(Uganda)_Shares_His_Thoughts_With_US
Uganda: Artist using old T-shirts to raise awareness of the environment

Uganda: Artist using old T-shirts to raise awareness of the environment

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  • Duration: 2:41
  • Updated: 23 Jan 2017
  • views: 148
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In Uganda, one man is using old T-shirts to depict the beauty and splendour of Uganda's countryside. A lecturer in art, he's also advocating for a cleaner environment by recycling materials. CGTN'S Isabel Nakirya reports
https://wn.com/Uganda_Artist_Using_Old_T_Shirts_To_Raise_Awareness_Of_The_Environment
SCHEME UGANDA LIMITED (PROFESSIONAL BOXING ART )  TRAINIG & DINNING

SCHEME UGANDA LIMITED (PROFESSIONAL BOXING ART ) TRAINIG & DINNING

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  • Duration: 20:41
  • Updated: 25 Aug 2015
  • views: 201
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SCHEME (U) LIMITED (PROFESSIONAL BOXING ART TRAINIG & DINNING
https://wn.com/Scheme_Uganda_Limited_(Professional_Boxing_Art_)_Trainig_Dinning
UGANDA Part 2

UGANDA Part 2

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  • Duration: 10:47
  • Updated: 15 Feb 2017
  • views: 2393
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Art Fennell continues his travels throughout Uganda, Africa. In this episode he ventures to the farthest remote corner of the country to report and photograph big game and wildlife.
https://wn.com/Uganda_Part_2
NAWOU (Uganda)  - the beautiful art of basketry

NAWOU (Uganda) - the beautiful art of basketry

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  • Duration: 3:17
  • Updated: 16 May 2013
  • views: 81
videos
NAWOU - the National Association of Women Organisations of Uganda provides new opportunities for these talented craftswomen. Trading with fair trade groups like Trade Aid brings much needed income to their communities.
https://wn.com/Nawou_(Uganda)_The_Beautiful_Art_Of_Basketry
Art en Craft in Uganda

Art en Craft in Uganda

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  • Duration: 15:54
  • Updated: 23 Feb 2012
  • views: 1029
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Art en craft are part of our culture. Crafts have been developed through the traditions of the people. Art and craft are a result of the feelings of the people responding to a variety of historical events and influences and the environment in a most spontaneous manner. Art is the creation of works of beauty through the application of skill resulting from knowledge and regular practice. Craft on the other hand is taken as an occupation, especially one in which skills or techniques in the use of the hands are needed. Craftsmanship in Uganda is a practice that has been passed down from generation to generation. It includes crafts like basketry, pottery, wood-curving and the like.
https://wn.com/Art_En_Craft_In_Uganda
Uganda artist paints live at events

Uganda artist paints live at events

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  • Duration: 2:16
  • Updated: 27 Jun 2015
  • views: 184
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Landscape painters have often had to endure passersby peering over their shoulders while they work, but few visual artists invite people to do so. Here we look at a young painter in Uganda who is capturing the moment before enraptured audiences.
https://wn.com/Uganda_Artist_Paints_Live_At_Events
BATALOEAST AFRO HOUSE CYPHER @ Laba art fest kampala uganda

BATALOEAST AFRO HOUSE CYPHER @ Laba art fest kampala uganda

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  • Duration: 5:35
  • Updated: 16 Feb 2015
  • views: 1107
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https://wn.com/Bataloeast_Afro_House_Cypher_Laba_Art_Fest_Kampala_Uganda