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Southwestern Uganda: Ekizino

Another very different dance from the Bakiga tribe in southwestern Uganda is 'Ekizino', an energetic harvest celebration dance that typically involves many jumping moves.

This performance is part of Sosolya Undugu Dance Academy Center for Children and Youth's 'Ugandan cultural dance medley' choreographed by Lubega Collin Christopher, Ssenoga Devis Edgar and Bagonza Herman; presented at Keiga Foundation's International Dance Day Celebration 2021 in partnership with Uganda National Cultural Centre and Alliance Française Kampala

Watch the full performance on our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ha0e9ojY-uw and make sure to follow Sosolya Undugu Dance Academy Center for Children and Youth here on Facebook!

Special thanks for this series to Collin Lubega.

Please also allow us to share with you again our call for support for the artistic scene in Uganda that still is heavily affected by the Corona pandemic: https://keiga.foundation/july-19-2021

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Today, we held the first of many themed Meeting Of Minds with Artists with reps Uganda National Cultural Centre #UgandaNationalCulturalForum #UgandaMusiciansAssociation Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development
We talked SWOT analysis, industry overview, Financing options, Policies, Plans, Processes, Procedures, Practice, musicology & Musiconomics. #owcworks
Men In Suits

Showing today Uganda National Cultural Centre

Time: 3:30 pm - 5pm

Entrance: FREE

Julius at first joins network marketing to raise his mother's medical fees but after acquiring some good money he feels he can't do without it, he realizes the evils of this business when the police are on his back together with his fellow conmen.

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Kevin Johns Nabukenya is a 23-year-old Ugandan Filmmaker and Lawyer mostly known for her First Feature Film "MEN IN SUITS" which scored two nominations in the 2021 Uganda Film Festival, Nomination for Best screenwriter(Kevin Johns Nabukenya) as well as Best Supporting Actor Tusiime Muhammad

Apart from Producing, Directing, and Screenwriting, she possesses other skills of costuming, production design, talent management among others.

She is the founder and CEO of Kjohns films Uganda LTD a film and media production dealing in audio-visual content. She has directed movies like Men in suits, Inner Tears, X- Employee, My Hood - Namuwongo.

"Men in suits" is showing on 28th May 2021 at Uganda National Cultural Centre brought to you by
Kampala Film Development Foundation during the #filmandculturalweek2021 FREE ENTRY.

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Did you miss a chance to watch MEN IN SUITS?

It's showing again this week on 28th May 2021 Uganda National Cultural Centre brought to you by
Kampala Film Development Foundation. FREE ENTRY.

SYNOPSIS:-
A couple of jobless youth find refuge in network marketing and sugar mummies thus engaging in fraudulent acts. Julius at first joins network marketing to raise his mother's medical fees but after acquiring some good money he feels he can't do without it, he realizes the evils of this business when the police are on his back together with his fellow conmen. Max, the one into sugar mummies later reforms and finds himself a small decent job.

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The Uganda National Cultural Centre whose official acronym is UNCC, is a Ugandan statutory body that was established on the 8th October 1959.

Operating as usual

14/07/2021

Unveiling UG Connect Concerts:*

Uganda National Cultural Centre -UNCC Chairman Sam Okello UNCC ED Francis Peter Ojede Recording artiste Spice Diana, Isaac Rucci, Board member Next Media Services are discussing how entertainers are taking the new normal head-on through the UG Connect Concerts.

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Unveiling UG Connect Concerts:*

Uganda National Cultural Centre -UNCC Chairman Sam Okello UNCC ED Francis Peter Ojede Recording artiste Spice Diana, Isaac Rucci, Board member Next Media Services are discussing how entertainers are taking the new normal head-on through the UG Connect Concerts.

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Photos from Uganda National Cultural Centre's post 21/05/2021

Join us as we celebrate the World Culture Day at the Uganda National Cultural Centre today happening right now by clicking on this link https://zoom.us/j/97912747830?pwd=MHJpSG5CQVFWaC9tOFhyMmhZVE9tUT09

18/05/2021

Dear Patron,
UNCC - Nommo Gallery is pleased to invite applications from eight (8) emerging curators to
participate in an intensive training workshop from 21st June – 15th July 2021. The workshop
will combine both theoretical and practical curatorial approaches. The objective of the
workshop is to equip emerging curators with the necessary skills and knowledge required to
navigate through Uganda's contemporary curatorial complexities. At the end of the training
workshop, the successful applicants will meet curators, renowned artists, collectors fundraising
and communication experts for 19 days in preparation for the iconic group exhibition curated
by trainees at the end of the training workshop.
Who are we looking for?
 Emerging curators with great passion to tell Uganda's stories through exhibition-making.
 Applicants should have a background in visual arts, curating, and museum or gallery
practice.
 They should have experience of at least one year of organizing exhibitions.
 Applicants will be evaluated based on; exhibition ideas, profile, ability to write and translate
events into exhibition experiences.
All applicants MUST submit;
 A 300-word description of the exhibition idea they would like to realize
 A 200-word bio or profile.
 A 300-word description of the impact of COVID-19 on applicant’s creative life.
Only FULLY COMPLETED APPLICATIONS following the above guidelines will be accepted and
MUST be submitted in a single pdf document
Venue of the training Workshop
The training workshop will be conducted at Nommo gallery which is the National Gallery located
at plot 4 Victoria Avenue – Nakasero, Kampala Uganda
Important dates:
Deadline for submission, 12th June 2021 at 23:59hrs (EAT)
Selection of participants, 14th -16th June 2021
Announcing the Successful applicants, 17th June 2021
We would like to thank everyone for showing interest to participate in the training workshop
BUT due to limited resources, we cannot take on everyone. Therefore, if you do not hear from
us by 18th June 2021, please consider yourself unsuccessful.
Contacts:
Due to COVID 19, we highly encourage applicants to submit applications digitally.
Please submit your applications to:
Email: [email protected] and [email protected]
Or CALL: +256 779362752, +256 706362752(Curator)
Access and download the application by clicking on the link below:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ujs_LpYO8a7l5qPvM-sMKop-8KYR1b-H/view

Dear Patron,
UNCC - Nommo Gallery is pleased to invite applications from eight (8) emerging curators to
participate in an intensive training workshop from 21st June – 15th July 2021. The workshop
will combine both theoretical and practical curatorial approaches. The objective of the
workshop is to equip emerging curators with the necessary skills and knowledge required to
navigate through Uganda's contemporary curatorial complexities. At the end of the training
workshop, the successful applicants will meet curators, renowned artists, collectors fundraising
and communication experts for 19 days in preparation for the iconic group exhibition curated
by trainees at the end of the training workshop.
Who are we looking for?
 Emerging curators with great passion to tell Uganda's stories through exhibition-making.
 Applicants should have a background in visual arts, curating, and museum or gallery
practice.
 They should have experience of at least one year of organizing exhibitions.
 Applicants will be evaluated based on; exhibition ideas, profile, ability to write and translate
events into exhibition experiences.
All applicants MUST submit;
 A 300-word description of the exhibition idea they would like to realize
 A 200-word bio or profile.
 A 300-word description of the impact of COVID-19 on applicant’s creative life.
Only FULLY COMPLETED APPLICATIONS following the above guidelines will be accepted and
MUST be submitted in a single pdf document
Venue of the training Workshop
The training workshop will be conducted at Nommo gallery which is the National Gallery located
at plot 4 Victoria Avenue – Nakasero, Kampala Uganda
Important dates:
Deadline for submission, 12th June 2021 at 23:59hrs (EAT)
Selection of participants, 14th -16th June 2021
Announcing the Successful applicants, 17th June 2021
We would like to thank everyone for showing interest to participate in the training workshop
BUT due to limited resources, we cannot take on everyone. Therefore, if you do not hear from
us by 18th June 2021, please consider yourself unsuccessful.
Contacts:
Due to COVID 19, we highly encourage applicants to submit applications digitally.
Please submit your applications to:
Email: [email protected] and [email protected]
Or CALL: +256 779362752, +256 706362752(Curator)
Access and download the application by clicking on the link below:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ujs_LpYO8a7l5qPvM-sMKop-8KYR1b-H/view

ROBERT MUSIITWA: Demystifying the National Theatre Stage as we commemorate the World Theatre Day 2021 27/03/2021

ROBERT MUSIITWA: Demystifying the National Theatre Stage as we commemorate the World Theatre Day 2021

https://www.watchdoguganda.com/op-ed/20210327/111052/robert-musiitwa-demystifying-the-national-theatre-stage-as-we-commemorate-the-world-theatre-day-2021.html

ROBERT MUSIITWA: Demystifying the National Theatre Stage as we commemorate the World Theatre Day 2021 Today 27th March 2021, Uganda joins the rest of the world to commemorate World Theatre Day (WTD) 2021. This day

26/03/2021

*Happy World Theatre Day, 2021*

Every 27th March, is World Theatre Day; in commemoration of this year’s World Theatre Day.

*Uganda National Cultural Centre/National Theatre* has organized a virtual Symposium under the theme *”Theatre Is A Shrine Of Witty Men And Women: Who Will Moderate The Overpouring Creative Spectacle During And Post these Covid-19 Times?*

A great panel including *Dr. Jessica Kaahwa; Ms. Amelia Mbotto Kyaka; Mr. Fred Musisi Munagomba; Ms. Rehema Nanfuka; Dr. Richard Kagolobya; Ms. Viola Karungi* is set to interrogate this theme. *Linda Nabasa* will moderate the symposium.

UNCC Chairperson *Mr. Okello Sam Kelo* and ED, *Mr. Francis Peter Ojede* will officiate.

*Monologues* from powerful stage plays will be presented.

The symposium can be accessed Live on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/3543345995?pwd=d0lFSklJSnlVMEI0aGJ3SFVEdG04dz09 and on UNCC YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UCBLUhytl8Zz-5IpDSSRA/featured and WEBISTE: http://www.uncc.co.ug

*This Saturday 27th March,2021 at 10am

*Happy World Theatre Day, 2021*

Every 27th March, is World Theatre Day; in commemoration of this year’s World Theatre Day.

*Uganda National Cultural Centre/National Theatre* has organized a virtual Symposium under the theme *”Theatre Is A Shrine Of Witty Men And Women: Who Will Moderate The Overpouring Creative Spectacle During And Post these Covid-19 Times?*

A great panel including *Dr. Jessica Kaahwa; Ms. Amelia Mbotto Kyaka; Mr. Fred Musisi Munagomba; Ms. Rehema Nanfuka; Dr. Richard Kagolobya; Ms. Viola Karungi* is set to interrogate this theme. *Linda Nabasa* will moderate the symposium.

UNCC Chairperson *Mr. Okello Sam Kelo* and ED, *Mr. Francis Peter Ojede* will officiate.

*Monologues* from powerful stage plays will be presented.

The symposium can be accessed Live on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/3543345995?pwd=d0lFSklJSnlVMEI0aGJ3SFVEdG04dz09 and on UNCC YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UCBLUhytl8Zz-5IpDSSRA/featured and WEBISTE: http://www.uncc.co.ug

*This Saturday 27th March,2021 at 10am

25/03/2021

Celebrating Women making impact in the Theatre World in Uganda.

Due to covid 19 pandemic, we cannot gather to celebrate WTD 2021 as it has been the norm hence the major activity of the day is a SYMPOSIUM, this SATURDAY 27TH MARCH, 2021 starting 10:00am live on zoom and all our digital platforms. Links to be shared shortly

On 27th March 2021, Uganda will join the rest of the world to commemorate World Theatre Day (WTD) 2021. This day has been celebrated since 1962 by ITI Centres, ITI Cooperating Members, theatre professionals, theatre organizations, theatre universities, and theatre lovers all over the world. Various institutions mainly in the field of arts are expected to take stock of their activities in promoting the theatre, art form in the country as well as make people aware of the value of theatre and lay strategies for future actions.

Since we are still in March which is dedicated to celebrating women, the whole of this week UNCC will bring you women who have made an impact on the Ugandan theatre scene starting today Sunday 21st March 2021 with a climax of Prof. Rose Mbowa on Saturday 27th, some of the women as profiled by African Theatre Magazine. It is also important to note that Uganda has wonderful numerous women who have greatly impacted positively the theatre world far beyond what we can share here and that that we are presenting them to you not necessarily in order of preference.

Who are these women at the center stage of promoting Theatre in Uganda? Please don't miss our daily posts on all our digital platforms(www.uncc.co.ug, tweeter: UNCC16, FB/YouTube: ugandanationalculturalcentre & Instagram: UNCC1956)

Today Thursday day 25th March 2020, showcasing…

• MERCY MIREMBE NTANGAARE
A former Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of Uganda National Cultural Centre Mercy Mirembe Ntangaare (Ph.D.) is a playwright, folklorist, educationist, researcher, creative writer, and producer of young people’s theatre at MEBO Theatre Documentaries Ltd. She is Associate Professor of Drama/Theatre at the Performing Arts and Film Department, Makerere University, Kampala, where she is former Head of Department and Deputy Dean in the Faculty of Arts. She teaches Drama, Theatre Marketing, and Folklore (Cultural Identity studies)

Mercy is co-author of Dustbin Nations (2000) and The Chief of Shumankuzi (2002), two children's plays that decry war and corruption in post-independent Africa. Her other plays like Lady, Will You Marry Me? (2002); The Rat Trap and Other Plays (2007), which is an anthology of five plays; Rhythms of Life (2009), an audio/talking play; and Semitego, The Famous Hunter (2011) discuss socio-economic and political issues. Ssemitego, Omuyizzi Kkungwa (2013), the Luganda translation of Semitego is studied on the Uganda Advanced Level school syllabus. She has also written scholarly articles on drama/theatre, education, arts and culture. Her book, A History of Theatre Development in Uganda is the first-ever historical documentation of Uganda's theatre.
Mercy is the founding Chairperson of Eastern Africa Theatre Institute (EATI) (2000-2002), a regional theatre network operating in Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, and Ethiopia since 1999. She is former Chairperson FEMRITE (Uganda Women Writers Association), past Vice-President IDEA (International Drama/Theatre Education Association). Besides her work at Makerere University, Mercy is writing books and producing theatre and cultural documentaries.

NEXT… ROSE MBOWA on 26th March 2021

Celebrating Women making impact in the Theatre World in Uganda.

Due to covid 19 pandemic, we cannot gather to celebrate WTD 2021 as it has been the norm hence the major activity of the day is a SYMPOSIUM, this SATURDAY 27TH MARCH, 2021 starting 10:00am live on zoom and all our digital platforms. Links to be shared shortly

On 27th March 2021, Uganda will join the rest of the world to commemorate World Theatre Day (WTD) 2021. This day has been celebrated since 1962 by ITI Centres, ITI Cooperating Members, theatre professionals, theatre organizations, theatre universities, and theatre lovers all over the world. Various institutions mainly in the field of arts are expected to take stock of their activities in promoting the theatre, art form in the country as well as make people aware of the value of theatre and lay strategies for future actions.

Since we are still in March which is dedicated to celebrating women, the whole of this week UNCC will bring you women who have made an impact on the Ugandan theatre scene starting today Sunday 21st March 2021 with a climax of Prof. Rose Mbowa on Saturday 27th, some of the women as profiled by African Theatre Magazine. It is also important to note that Uganda has wonderful numerous women who have greatly impacted positively the theatre world far beyond what we can share here and that that we are presenting them to you not necessarily in order of preference.

Who are these women at the center stage of promoting Theatre in Uganda? Please don't miss our daily posts on all our digital platforms(www.uncc.co.ug, tweeter: UNCC16, FB/YouTube: ugandanationalculturalcentre & Instagram: UNCC1956)

Today Thursday day 25th March 2020, showcasing…

• MERCY MIREMBE NTANGAARE
A former Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of Uganda National Cultural Centre Mercy Mirembe Ntangaare (Ph.D.) is a playwright, folklorist, educationist, researcher, creative writer, and producer of young people’s theatre at MEBO Theatre Documentaries Ltd. She is Associate Professor of Drama/Theatre at the Performing Arts and Film Department, Makerere University, Kampala, where she is former Head of Department and Deputy Dean in the Faculty of Arts. She teaches Drama, Theatre Marketing, and Folklore (Cultural Identity studies)

Mercy is co-author of Dustbin Nations (2000) and The Chief of Shumankuzi (2002), two children's plays that decry war and corruption in post-independent Africa. Her other plays like Lady, Will You Marry Me? (2002); The Rat Trap and Other Plays (2007), which is an anthology of five plays; Rhythms of Life (2009), an audio/talking play; and Semitego, The Famous Hunter (2011) discuss socio-economic and political issues. Ssemitego, Omuyizzi Kkungwa (2013), the Luganda translation of Semitego is studied on the Uganda Advanced Level school syllabus. She has also written scholarly articles on drama/theatre, education, arts and culture. Her book, A History of Theatre Development in Uganda is the first-ever historical documentation of Uganda's theatre.
Mercy is the founding Chairperson of Eastern Africa Theatre Institute (EATI) (2000-2002), a regional theatre network operating in Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, and Ethiopia since 1999. She is former Chairperson FEMRITE (Uganda Women Writers Association), past Vice-President IDEA (International Drama/Theatre Education Association). Besides her work at Makerere University, Mercy is writing books and producing theatre and cultural documentaries.

NEXT… ROSE MBOWA on 26th March 2021

24/03/2021

Celebrating Women making impact in the Theatre World in Uganda.

WTD 2021 SYMPOSIUM: KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY DR. JESSICA KAAHWA PRESIDENT ITI-Uganda, PANELISTS; DR. RICHARD KAGOLOBYA AND AMELIA MBOTTO.

On 27th March 2021, Uganda will join the rest of the world to commemorate World Theatre Day (WTD) 2021. This day has been celebrated since 1962 by ITI Centres, ITI Cooperating Members, theatre professionals, theatre organizations, theatre universities, and theatre lovers all over the world. Various institutions mainly in the field of arts are expected to take stock of their activities in promoting the theatre, art form in the country as well as make people aware of the value of theatre and lay strategies for future actions.

Since we are still in March which is dedicated to celebrating women, the whole of this week UNCC will bring you women who have made an impact on the Ugandan theatre scene starting today Sunday 21st March 2021 with a climax of Prof. Rose Mbowa on Saturday 27th, some of the women as profiled by African Theatre Magazine. It is also important to note that Uganda has wonderful numerous women who have greatly impacted positively the theatre world far beyond what we can share here and that that we are presenting them to you not necessarily in order of preference.

Who are these women at the center stage of promoting Theatre in Uganda? Please don't miss our daily posts on all our digital platforms(www.uncc.co.ug, tweeter: UNCC16, FB/YouTube: ugandanationalculturalcentre & Instagram: UNCC1956)

Today Wednesday 24th March 2020, showcasing…

• DEBORAH ASIIMWE KAWE
Deborah Asiimwe wears this usual artistic demeanor of coyness and innocence until you encounter her work and realize that here is a playwright guilty of unearthing social ills. Perhaps no Ugandan plays have bespoken the human condition more intimately than Deborah Asiimwe’s. In Cooking Oil (2010), she questions the essence of international aid in a disillusioning age of corrupt African officials. Red Hills which she wrote and directed for Kampala audiences in 2019 is a fearless reclamation of the story of a 1994 Rwandan Genocide survivor from self-seeking Western media, while Appointment with gOD scoffs at the politics of immigration and the pains of getting a US Visa.

An alumna of Makerere University and the California Institute of the Arts, Asiimwe won the 2010 BBC Radio Playwriting Competition with her play Will Smith Look Alike. She worked with the Sundance Theatre Institute in the US before returning home to establish the Kampala International Theatre Festival in 2014. The festival has over the years grown to be one of the biggest theatre events on the continental calendar, and in the past showcased work from, among others, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Kenya, USA and UK.

In 2018, she co-founded Tebere Arts Foundation with two female artist friends, Karishma Baghani, Gladys Oyenbot, and one gentleman, Kenneth Kimuli. The organisation now offers an intensive apprenticeship programme for emerging artists and a playwriting residency for midterm career and established artists.

NEXT…through her directing techniques, she unearthed a talent of someone now arguably to be among the most influential people on the continent of Africa. It all started in the upper gardens of the National Theatre. She is a teacher, a mother, a wife, and a mentor among others… tomorrow 25th March 2021.

Celebrating Women making impact in the Theatre World in Uganda.

WTD 2021 SYMPOSIUM: KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY DR. JESSICA KAAHWA PRESIDENT ITI-Uganda, PANELISTS; DR. RICHARD KAGOLOBYA AND AMELIA MBOTTO.

On 27th March 2021, Uganda will join the rest of the world to commemorate World Theatre Day (WTD) 2021. This day has been celebrated since 1962 by ITI Centres, ITI Cooperating Members, theatre professionals, theatre organizations, theatre universities, and theatre lovers all over the world. Various institutions mainly in the field of arts are expected to take stock of their activities in promoting the theatre, art form in the country as well as make people aware of the value of theatre and lay strategies for future actions.

Since we are still in March which is dedicated to celebrating women, the whole of this week UNCC will bring you women who have made an impact on the Ugandan theatre scene starting today Sunday 21st March 2021 with a climax of Prof. Rose Mbowa on Saturday 27th, some of the women as profiled by African Theatre Magazine. It is also important to note that Uganda has wonderful numerous women who have greatly impacted positively the theatre world far beyond what we can share here and that that we are presenting them to you not necessarily in order of preference.

Who are these women at the center stage of promoting Theatre in Uganda? Please don't miss our daily posts on all our digital platforms(www.uncc.co.ug, tweeter: UNCC16, FB/YouTube: ugandanationalculturalcentre & Instagram: UNCC1956)

Today Wednesday 24th March 2020, showcasing…

• DEBORAH ASIIMWE KAWE
Deborah Asiimwe wears this usual artistic demeanor of coyness and innocence until you encounter her work and realize that here is a playwright guilty of unearthing social ills. Perhaps no Ugandan plays have bespoken the human condition more intimately than Deborah Asiimwe’s. In Cooking Oil (2010), she questions the essence of international aid in a disillusioning age of corrupt African officials. Red Hills which she wrote and directed for Kampala audiences in 2019 is a fearless reclamation of the story of a 1994 Rwandan Genocide survivor from self-seeking Western media, while Appointment with gOD scoffs at the politics of immigration and the pains of getting a US Visa.

An alumna of Makerere University and the California Institute of the Arts, Asiimwe won the 2010 BBC Radio Playwriting Competition with her play Will Smith Look Alike. She worked with the Sundance Theatre Institute in the US before returning home to establish the Kampala International Theatre Festival in 2014. The festival has over the years grown to be one of the biggest theatre events on the continental calendar, and in the past showcased work from, among others, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Kenya, USA and UK.

In 2018, she co-founded Tebere Arts Foundation with two female artist friends, Karishma Baghani, Gladys Oyenbot, and one gentleman, Kenneth Kimuli. The organisation now offers an intensive apprenticeship programme for emerging artists and a playwriting residency for midterm career and established artists.

NEXT…through her directing techniques, she unearthed a talent of someone now arguably to be among the most influential people on the continent of Africa. It all started in the upper gardens of the National Theatre. She is a teacher, a mother, a wife, and a mentor among others… tomorrow 25th March 2021.

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