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"Women Emerging: A Tribute to Uganda, An Exhibition by East African Fine Artists"
2002-08-30 until 2002-12-31
University of California-Berkeley African Studies Center
USA United States of America
About the exhibition: East African fine artists create and explain works
having significance to the topic of Women's Empowerment, emphasizing the
Uganda Women's Movement. Accompanying their works, artists include written
statements interpreting visual elements relating to changes, progress, and
issues facing women, both personal and societal, in East Africa and beyond.
Global implications: Struggles of Uganda's women parallel those of women
everywhere. The striking progress they have achieved serves as a positive
model and inspiration for women the world over.
On-location exhibition: Selected artworks will be exhibited August 30 through
December 31, 2002, at the International and Area Studies Office, 360 Stephens
Hall, 8AM to 12PM and 1PM to 5PM, at University of California at Berkeley.
For information about the Berkeley exhibition please contact the Center for
African Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. They can be
reached by phone at 510.642.8338 and via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On-line exhibition*: A
comprehensive collection of over 40 works accompanied with written materials
can be viewed on-line at the following address:
For further information please contact:
THE ART ROOM, Fine Arts Center for East Africa
1072 Geneva Avenue,
San Francisco, CA 94112,
*Note: This exhibit
features over 40 new original works by noted East African artists such as
Yvonne Muinde, David Kibuuka, Lilian Nabulime, James Kitamirike, Stella Atai,
Amanda Tumusiime, Dan Sekanwagi, Doris Kasozi, Sylvia Katende, Rita
Nabuyungo, Sarah Nakisanze, Nuwa Nnyanzi, Susan Nalwoga, Agnes Robinah
Nabifo, and Esther Ndagire.