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 – 9 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 email@example.com
Dr Kate Parsons, Spike Island Studios, Bristol at 07788784648 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.