Framez & Wavez

Framez & Wavez is an arena for video production enthusiast. We are keen on telling African stories through television and film.If you are passionate about storytelling, feel free to let us know what you are up to.

Framez & Wavez is an arena for video production enthusiasts. We are keen on telling African stories through television and film. If you are passionate about storytelling, feel free to let us know what you are up to. Only companies, organizations, institutions and individuals that truly harness the power of video will remain relevant in the 21st century. If you want to enhance your marketing commun

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Funky fashion from crocheting. 04/10/2021

Funky fashion from crocheting.

Fanta Diara. She brings a modern touch to this almost traditional art of crocheting. This young self-taught crocheter is keen on reintroducing Ugandans to how beautiful this craft is if the crocheting needle and yarn are placed in capable hands. She says the possibilities of the products that can be created from this craft are endless, and she hopes that she will inspire more young people to pick up the needle and start creating.

Funky fashion from crocheting. Fanta brings a modern touch to this almost traditional art of crocheting. This young self-taught crocheter is keen on reintroducing Ugandans to how beautiful...

02/10/2021

Fanta Diara. She brings a modern touch to this almost traditional art of crocheting. This young self-taught crocheter is keen on reintroducing Ugandans to how beautiful this craft is if the crocheting needle and yarn are placed in capable hands. She says the possibilities of the products that can be created from this craft are endless, and she hopes that she will inspire more young people to pick up the needle and start creating.

Watch it here; https://youtu.be/VmQjYzWN7GU

13/09/2021

In today's video we feature Ronald Odur. He is a multi-media artist who mostly works with aluminium plates, which he manipulates by embossing, burning, stitching, creasing and adding wire, paper and other objects. His work and ideas then reveal themselves as sculpture, installation, drawing and performance.

Watch his story on our Framez and Wavez You tube channel.

Link:https://youtu.be/c4skkXoD4dc

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06/09/2021

Good morning, as usual I hope you had a good weekend.

In today's video, we feature Remmy Sserwadda. He is a contemporary artist who works with realistic, human figures in conceptual Postures with a detailed background of African print made mainly from kitenge. He is inspired, by what surrounds him especially his immediate circles. He believes that most man's influence is based on love, religion and culture.

His solo exhibition is ongoing at xenson art space.You can passby and have a look.

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Here's the link.
https://youtu.be/5Qx9wbJIp4Q

This digital artist has some of the best Afrofuturism and punk art pieces. 30/08/2021

This digital artist has some of the best Afrofuturism and punk art pieces.

In today's video, we feature Sarah Ijangolet. She is a digital artist who loves to illustrate women, fashion Afrofuturism and punk. She also focuses on Ugandan folktales – following or imagining their evolution as a story and how she will retell them.

Check out her video and let me know what you think. Remember to share and subscribe for more content about Ugandan visual artists.

This digital artist has some of the best Afrofuturism and punk art pieces. Ijangolet is a digital artist who loves to illustrate women, fashion Afrofuturism and punk. She likes to imagine how African people will look in the next two...

29/08/2021

Ijangolet is a digital artist who loves to illustrate women, fashion Afrofuturism and punk. She likes to imagine how African people will look in the next two centuries.

Check out her story on our channel on the 30th of August 2021 on our Framez and Wavez You and 256 arts TV channel You Tube channels.

https://youtube.com/c/FramezandWavez

Living with vitiligo. 23/08/2021

Living with vitiligo.

In the cacophony of colour pallets, paintbrushes and acrylics, how does a young visual artist find the choice for his beckoning empty canvas? Well, Martine Senkubuge found his muse in minimalistic yet satisfying strokes of charcoal on paper. He pairs his tools of the trade with a hyperrealist technique that he calls delicate, rigorous but mostly wonderfully immersing. To an untrained eye, his pieces could be confused for photographs. Rightly so, because as the name suggests, he paints beyond realism and then some.

For his maiden solo exhibition titled “part of us”, Martine chooses a bold advocacy tone by collaborating with people living with vitiligo and creating bodies of work that he hopes will dispel myths and stereotypes associated with this minority group.

Watch it on our frame and wavez and 256 Arts TV channels.

https://youtu.be/ovC9FkPdFqQ

Living with vitiligo. In the cacophony of colour pallets, paintbrushes and acrylics, how does a young visual artist find the choice for his beckoning empty canvas? Well, Martine ...

21/08/2021

Michael Jackson had it but we didn’t take him seriously! Meet the Ugandans that are proudly living with vitiligo. And the visual artist Senkubuge Martin Quid that is championing this cause.

Watch the entire video on Monday, 23rd August 2021 on our youtube channel.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGMGJQnqDvT2SqBI62IcvJw

15/08/2021

Ugandan visual artist Kasirisimbi Tadeo uses wood and metal to sculpt social conscious subjects like the ones showcased earlier this year at the PASSPORT exhibition held at Xenson Art Space in Kampala. Kasirisimbi who sees himself as an art-preneur looks forward to the day Ugandan Culture and Creative Industries practitioners will command the respect that comes with owning high-rises in the city. He believes that artistes should be both creators and owners of tangible wealth.

Watch full video on our YouTube channel.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGMGJQnqDvT2SqBI62IcvJw

10/08/2021

Ekilawuli project (Luganda for glass) brings together women and youth to learn about glass up-cycling in Kyebando, Uganda.

Watch the video and learn what to do with the glass bottles stashed in your kitchen cabinet.

Link:https://youtu.be/gBzY6IGaxyc

17/05/2021

Omwoleso is a monthly arts trade fair in which Ugandan culture and creative industry practitioners showcase their products. Organised by MoTIV whose purpose is to create indigenous industry opportunities throughout Africa, starting with Uganda, Omwoleso aims to highlight the BUBU (Buy Ugandan Build Uganda) concept while drawing attention to the fact that the Creative Economy can be a great alleviator of unemployment and a significant contributor to GDP. Globally, the Culture and Creative Industries contribute 3% contribution to the global economy and employ over 30 million people who are mostly young people and women.

Check out the entire video here. https://youtu.be/0lB2PbUcjUc

This is where creatives showcase their work in Uganda. 17/05/2021

This is where creatives showcase their work in Uganda.

We had the pleasure of attending the "Omwoleso" arts trade fair, a monthly artsy showcase in which Ugandan culture and creative industry practitioners promote and sell their products. Organised by MoTIV whose purpose is to create indigenous industry opportunities throughout Africa, Omwoleso aims to highlight the BUBU (Buy Ugandan Build Uganda) concept while drawing attention to the fact that the Creative Economy can be a great alleviator of unemployment and a significant contributor to GDP. Globally, the Culture and Creative Industries contribute 3% contribution to the global economy and employ over 30 million people who are mostly young people and women.

In today's video, we bring you highlights from the do.If you see a product that you like, make sure you attend the next Omweleso trade fair slated for the month at Motiv offices.

https://youtu.be/0lB2PbUcjUc

This is where creatives showcase their work in Uganda. Omwoleseo is a monthly arts trade fair in which Ugandan culture and creative industry practitioners showcase their products. Organised by MoTIV whose purpose...

23/04/2021

Katesi Kalange mending the moral fabric with an old art form.

25-year-old Ugandan visual artist Katesi Jacqueline Kalange derives her inspiration from her immediate surroundings specializing in multimedia art that is a blend of weaving and welding techniques. This she does to achieve her sculpture conceptual artworks as showcased at The PASSPORT Exhibition in which she explored the plight of young people especially women looking for greener pastures outside their home countries and find themselves in the snares of human trafficking.

Olivia Nantongo paints darker skinned women in a new light. 20/03/2021

Olivia Nantongo paints darker skinned women in a new light.

Olivia Mary Jay Lourdes is fascinated by the skin tones of the African woman. Her broad practice in mixed media seeks to narrow the ugly stereotypes faced by women whose skin colours fall in the gray areas of societal expectations. Her paintings embrace themes like self-love, confidence and most importantly, women being comfortable in their own skin- no matter their skin color.

Check out the entire video on our you tube channel.

https://youtu.be/6K9NnUVjDJM

Olivia Nantongo paints darker skinned women in a new light.

08/03/2021

Pamela Enyonu talks about her love for mixed media in her craft.

Here's a preview of Pamela Enyonu's video. Check out the whole video on our You Tube channel. Let us know what you think. If you like what see, share the link with your friends and subscribe to our channel for more content.

https://youtu.be/6otIrn_HPv8
#womensday #choosetochallange

Pamela Enyonu talks about her love for mixed media. #women'sday #choosetochallange 08/03/2021

Pamela Enyonu talks about her love for mixed media. #women'sday #choosetochallange

Pamela Enyonu’s art finds comfort in the gray areas of the so-called ‘no-go zones’. Her mixed media technique is perhaps a befitting style that gives her creative freedom to venture into the boundless possibilities of experimenting with uncommon materials.
Pamela wants her craft to contribute to advancing the narrative of how we see black women today. Apart from using everyday materials in her practice, she sometimes employs formidable, imaginary protagonists who are transformed into real-life bodies of art. She uses these figures to play an activist role in championing women’s movements to further her agenda of fighting social injustices.

She believes that one cannot go through the process of creating without themselves being “recreated” or ‘transformed’.

Check out her story on our YouTube channel. Let us know what you think. If you like what see, share the link with your friends and subscribe to our channel for more stories about visual artists in Uganda.

https://youtu.be/6otIrn_HPv8

#womensday #choosetochallange #iwd

Pamela Enyonu talks about her love for mixed media. #women'sday #choosetochallange Pamela is inspired by stories, unfamiliarmaterials and the process it takes to transformthem into works of art. She believes that onecannot go through the pr...

29/01/2021

Walter Photography goes beyond the point-and-shoot way of making memories. The shutterbug looks at this art form through a different lens; a medium that will preserve some of Uganda’s revered cultural norms that he fears might become extinct. He is literally taking matters into his own hands to ensure every click salvages a piece of the Ugandan cultural heritage. During the second edition of his solo exhibition held at Golf Course Hotel, Walter displayed photographs that celebrated Ugandan culture highlighting themes such as friendship, women and farming. He vows to continue documenting the Ugandan culture for posterity.

Here's the link. https://bit.ly/3t03lSm

23/01/2021

The first Jinja Joint Art (JJA) exhibition half at The Innovation Village featured a quintet of Jinja-based visual artists affirming the newly-created city's artsy status. The four-day pop-up art was also proof that there was more to Jinja than just 'tourist art'. Here are the five dab hands talking about their craft in their own words. Do follow them on their respective Instagram handles.

DENIS MAGERO @magerodenis
"I am a potter focused on pushing the boundary of clay. My current collection comprises clay puzzles for families to enjoy as well as showcase in different places in our society."

MICHAEL KISSITI @kissitimichael
"I am a self-taught visual artist primarily focused on abstract paintings. My new collection "Street Life" is a reflection of my own journey as it pertains to my transition from a place of darkness to where I am today. I incorporate positive messages within my pieces as a way to encourage others on the transition."

JAFFER BUYINZA @jafferbuyinza
"I am a Jinja-based visual artist who primarily works with charcoal on canvas, allowing it to behave like paper. My collection is about the family - primarily the role of the female in the African family unit - and children with disability."

YEMBE ABDULLAH @yembearts
"Through my art, I strive to create learning opportunities for the next generation. My work represents my love for people and the various things you can learn through human expression."

FATUMA HASSAN @fatisharts
"I am a painter and mural artist based in Jinja. I have a passion to empower African women through my art. My new work is a mix of traditional painting and digital art."

youtube.com 22/01/2021

We didn't expect to find this kind of art in Jinja city.

The first Jinja Joint Art (JJA) exhibition half at The Innovation Village featured a quintet of Jinja-based visual artists affirming the newly-created city's artsy status. The four-day pop-up art was also proof that there was more to Jinja than just 'tourist art'. Here are the five dab hands talking about their craft in their own words. Do follow them on their respective Instagram handles.

DENIS MAGERO @magerodenis
"I am a potter focused on pushing the boundary of clay. My current collection comprises clay puzzles for families to enjoy as well as showcase in different places in our society."

MICHAEL KISSITI @kissitimichael
"I am a self-taught visual artist primarily focused on abstract paintings. My new collection "Street Life" is a reflection of my own journey as it pertains to my transition from a place of darkness to where I am today. I incorporate positive messages within my pieces as a way to encourage others on the transition."

JAFFER BUYINZA @jafferbuyinza
"I am a Jinja-based visual artist who primarily works with charcoal on canvas, allowing it to behave like paper. My collection is about the family - primarily the role of the female in the African family unit - and children with disability."

YEMBE ABDULLAH @yembearts
"Through my art, I strive to create learning opportunities for the next generation. My work represents my love for people and the various things you can learn through human expression."

FATUMA HASSAN @fatisharts
"I am a painter and mural artist based in Jinja. I have a passion to empower African women through my art. My new work is a mix of traditional painting and digital art."

https://youtu.be/NtqtXijSzmo

youtube.com The first Jinja Joint Art (JJA) exhibition half at The Innovation Village featured a quintet of Jinja-based visual artists affirming the newly-created city's...

youtube.com 08/01/2021

Kwiz Era explores the interconnectedness among species in his solo exhibition titled, Consciousness.

"Consciousness" is a solo exhibition by prolific Ugandan visual artist, Kwiz Era. It explores how we may all be interconnected as species and even as existence itself. The work touches on how we relate to nature and reality, and how these relationships affect us in regards to nature and reality. How are we changing and as we are doing so, is reality as we know it changing too? How conscious are we of the effects that we as a race and species have caused on the nature of ourselves and reality by our thirst for discovery and progress? #FramezAndWavez #256ArtsTV #KwizEra #Consciousness

https://bit.ly/3hUBzS8

youtube.com Consciousness is a solo exhibition by a prolific Ugandan visual artist, Kwiz Era. It explores how we may all be interconnected as species and even as existen...

08/01/2021

Consciousness is a solo exhibition by a prolific Ugandan visual artist, Kwiz Era. It explores how we may all be interconnected as species and even as existence itself. The work touches on how we relate to nature and reality, how these relationships affect us; nature and reality. How are we changing and as we are doing so, is reality as we know it changing too? How conscious are we of the effects that we as a race and species have caused on the nature of ourselves and reality by our thirst for discovery and progress.

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#myartwork #funart #abstractart #artsy #contemporaryart #artlife #experimentalart #visualart #artoftheday #onlineart #realism #paintingoftheday#videography #photography #oilpainting #acrylics #painting

youtube.com 01/01/2021

Xenson art-space art market.

The 2020 Christmas Art Market at the Xenson Art Space in Kampala - Uganda was not solely pegged on sales. It was also an avenue for artists to showcase the merchandise they were working on during the COVID19 lockdown hiatus. For the artists, it was also an opportunity to come out of seclusion and find inspiration from other artists’ works and receive feedback from their customers.

This was the debut edition and Xenson Art Space hope to continually promote the visual and performing arts at this venue right into the New Year.

https://youtu.be/uTLAANYyj30

youtube.com The 2020 Christmas Art Market at the Xenson Art Space in Kampala - Uganda was not solely pegged on sales. It was also an avenue for artists to showcase the m...

youtube.com 25/12/2020

How COVID-19 inspired UGA-CENTRIC art exhibition By Cliff Kibuuka.

This week, Framez & Wavez and #256ArtsTV speaks to Ugandan visual artist Cliff Kibuuka who held a solo art exhibition titled Uga-centric at Umoja Art Gallery in Kampala. Look out for a new video every Friday by subscribing to our YouTube channel. #TheArtsMatter #ArtsLivesMatter

https://youtu.be/zhMVxGqLOmAhttps://youtu.be/tohclNqdKI8

youtube.com Cliff Kibuuka’s art is a documentation of Kampala city with its diverse character that is symbolic of a metropolis in these contemporary times. He paints the...

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Katesi Kalange mending the moral fabric with an old art form.
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