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“TABOO” Exhibition opening on 2nd February, 2018 at 5pm

January 29, 2018

Makerere Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition “TABOO” A Swedish/Ugandan Gender Balance Project which was conducted in South-Western Uganda.
Bishozi Art Movement [BAM] is a group of Swedish and Ugandan artists working with fine art, sculpture, mosaic and music. Around 700 people from thirteen different Bishozi National Organization villages in South-Western Uganda participated in workshops centered on ‘gender balance’ conducted by BAM. The workshops have sparked discussions on gender norms and cultural traditions hence an Exhibition.

BAM has the pleasure to present a selection of the artwork created in the workshops in an installation at Makerere Art Gallery. The exhibition opens on the 2 February 2018 at 5pm.

BAM offers two days of workshops at Nkumba University, Entebbe, on 5 and 6 February 2018. Next BAM exhibition will take place in Sweden in April 2018.

BAM is supported by Bishozi National Organization (BNO), Bishozi International Program (BIP), the Swedish Arts Grants Committee, and Makerere University.

Participants include;
Annette Mirember Rosati, Fine Art, Sweden
Dr. Lilian Mary Nabulime, Sculpture, Uganda
Andrew Kivumbi, Mosaic, Uganda
Biggi Vinkeloe, Music, Sweden
Nema Vinkeloe, Music, Sweden

Find us on facebook: BIP, Bishozi International Program


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