Reproduction Exhibition 11 July – 5 August 2016

This group exhibition of five UK and Ugandan sculptors is taking place at Uganda House, Ugandan High Commission, 58-59 Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DX.

The show opens on Monday 11 July and runs until Friday 5 August 2016, with the Preview event on Friday 15 July from 6 Р9 pm, which you are most welcome to attend.  The invitation is RSVP to:

Sam Muhwezi, Minister for Culture and Tourism, at 020 78395783 x 8107 or email


Dr Kate Parsons, Spike Island Studios, Bristol at 07788784648 or email

Opening times are Monday to Friday 9.30 to 4.30 by appointment.

Artists included: Kate Parsons, Peter Oloya, Jon Buck, Steve Hurst and Lilian Nabulime.

Kate Parsons Yam Wall 1
Kate Parsons


The exhibition is promoting cultural exchange between Uganda and UK, it will feature new works by artists from both locations with a focus on sculpture. The project originates from an artist residency  and research by Kate Parsons around the cultural identity and heritage of the Bakonjo people in Uganda. The show encourages a political and cultural look at how art can communicate these concepts to a wider audience reflecting current thought, universal ideas of humanity and solidarity. It is hoped that the show will provide a platform for thought and action through discussion and visual stimulation representing universal themes of life, death and reproduction.