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SEVEN HILLS

August 31, 2016

 

 

 Kampala Art Biennale.

The Institute of Heritage Conservation and Restoration (IHCR)/Makerere Art Gallery will host a segment of the “The Seven Hills ”.
“The second edition of the Kampala Art Biennale, titled “Seven Hills” and conceived by Elise Atangana, will be held from September 3rd to October 2nd, with a preview on September 2nd, 2016. The Kampala Art Biennale, KAB16, is organized and produced by the Kampala Arts Trust, a private initiative. We are happy to be offering Ugandan audiences exhibitions, screenings, talks, performances, meetings with the invited artists and enhanced educational programme for young people.”

Seven Hills is an organic project that focuses on concepts of Mobility Studies which includes the movement of people, objects, services or digital/virtual travel and how it affects us in our day lives. The researches explore “mobilities futures”, the links between physical and virtual mobilities (movement, representation, practice), and consider their relation with contemporary art practice: http://kampalabiennale.org/

As part of the Biennale program will be: (HI)STORIES OF EXHIBITION MAKING / 1960 – 1990 symposium.On Sunday, 4 September 2016
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

VENUE: Uganda National Museum

With George Kyeyune, Katrin Peters-Klaphake, Sidney Kasfir, Ozioma Onuzulike, Katharina Greven, Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi, Nadine Siegert and Moses Serubiri Organiser: IWALEWAHAUS, Bayreuth The public symposium “(Hi)Stories of Exhibition Making / 1960 – 1990” is part of the research project „African Art History and the Formation of a Modern Aesthetic“ at Iwalewahaus, University of Bayreuth in cooperation with the Weltkulturen Museum in Frankfurt a. M. and Makerere Art Gallery (IHCR) in Kampala. This research project seeks to examine not only the singular collections of African Modernisms that are housed today in the collections but also to look at past, present and future connections between them. In the symposium, we share recent research on the history of exhibitions of African Modernisms. Website: https://coamoweb.com/2016/07/13/workshop2-and-public-symposium/

 

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