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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 F...
Experience the New Africa and all her beauty with Folustorms as she embarks on a tour of African countries to explore art, music and culture. On this episode, we are in Kampala, Uganda; enjoy! Subscribe to the NdaniTV youtube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/ndaniTv?sub_confirmation=1 Visit the NdaniTV youtube channel for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/ndaniTV Connect with NdaniTV online: Visit our website Ndani.TV: http://ndani.tv/ Follow NdaniTV on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NdaniTv Follow NdaniTV on Google+: https://plus.google.com/111367825279376755020/about Follow NdaniTV on twitter: https://twitter.com/ndaniTV Follow NdaniTV on instagram: http://instagram.com/ndanitv Follow NdaniTV on Tumblr: http://ndanitv.tumblr.com/
Artists in Uganda's capital are capturing the complicated journeys of migration through abstract art. Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb went to the international festival in Kampala. - Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
KAMPALA ART BIENNALE 2014 – Proggresive Africa 1st – 31st August, 2014 Venues: Uganda Museum, Nommo Gallery, Makerere Art Gallery. This project consists of an exhibition of 100 artworks including paintings and photographs, 45 artists from 13 African countries working under the theme Proggresive Africa and panel discussions on the relation between Art, culture and Tourism.
Dit is gemaakt op basis van beeldmateriaal van de huidige situatie en eerdere mobiliteitsplannen voor Kampala, waarvan een is opgesteld door twee Nederlandse adviesbureaus: Move Mobility en Goudappel. Deze video geeft een goed beeld van de soort projecten die met steun van het Develop2Build (D2B) worden ontwikkeld.
DHL has invested 9 billion shillings in infrastructure to support trade growth in Uganda. Hillary Onek, the Minister of disaster preparedness and refugees graced over the officially opening of the state of the art facility logistics facility in Kampala. The facility is expected to efficiently accommodate an increase in the inbound and outbound flow of parcel volumes.
26 August 9.30 am - Uganda Museum Speakers: Daudi Karungi (Kampala Art Biennale Director) and Elise Atangana (Artistic Director/Curator) Kampala Art Biennale is a showcase of contemporary art from Africa with the goal to display, educate and create debate about the value of art in society. Kampala Art Biennale was established by Kampala Arts Trust, a collective of visual and performance art practitioners living and working in public and private spaces within the precinct of Kampala City. It was born out of the need for inclusion faced by artists working on the African continent trying to reach the global art scene. www.kampalabiennale.org FINANCIAL SPONSORS Institut français - French Embassy in Uganda, Nile Gold, Embassy of United States in Uganda, Turkish Airlines, Belgium Embassy ...
See what happens when you combine the soul of traditional African dancing with modern visions and ideas... 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. *Contemporary African Dance* African dance constitutes one of the most revealing expressions of the African life and soul. In Uganda, this tradition also serves as a source of inspiration for young artists trying to find their creative voice in the modern world. Today on Million Ways to Live we’re in Kampala, Uganda, where contemporary dancer Jonas Byaruhanga blends modern and traditional to create his own style of expressive movement. *Watch More Here* Million Ways to Live: http://goo.gl/blHr...
A disabled man in Uganda is changing the lives of people with disabilities, taking them off the streets and teaching them art. Many people living with disabilities in Uganda face discrimination and cannot access social services, ending up on the streets as beggars. CCTV'S Isabel Nakirya reports
On July 9, Art Party came to Kampala to showcase local Ugandan talent (and a few international guests for good measure) spanning across art forms such as painting, installation, breakdance, music, poetry, fire, drumming and more. This was made possible by the Art Party Australia community who crowdfunded this event, allowing all artists and technicians to be paid fairly for their involvement. Art Party. Join the Revolution.
The Kung Fu culture is becoming popular among children of Wakaliga, a suburb on the outskirts of Uganda's capital Kampala. The children are not mastering the Chinese martial arts to defend themselves…. but to break into the country's action film industry. As it is in hollywood, the children call themselves stars of Wakaliwood after their Wakaliga village. CCTV's Michael Baleke has that report.
Some of the 'Breakdance Project Uganda' members performing at the street art festival on Bukoto street,kamwokya. It took place on may-27-2007. It was organised by the 'Uganda Germany Cultural Society'. There were painters,sculptors,Fashion deigners,musicians plus many other kinds of artists. 'Breakdance project,Uganda is a local project which uses breakdance & hiphop for positive social change. For more info contact: email@example.com OR visit: www.myspace.com/breakdanceprojectuganda
A new building to accommodate the laboratory for screening for sickle cell diseases, Hepatitis B, meningitis and cholera among others has been opened in Kampala. The new National health laboratory services is expected to improve health care delivery in the country. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda