Artist the Ruler?

Borrowing from Ugandan academic Okot p’Bitek’s 1986 book, Artist the Ruler, David Kangye traces the role of the artist in Ugandan society today

Hillary Mugizi on Art the Ezi Way

David Kangye sat down with the artist behind the Ezi brand to talk about his unique vector artpieces

Kwiz Era: Art is a tool for Social Justice

David Kangye paid a visit to Ugandan painter Alex Kwizera and explored his creative process as well as his take on artists as “leaders”

How to Enter a Closed Room

Begumya Rushongoza on consent and closed doors

Like Sudan

Begumya Rushongoza in his latest piece ruminates on the Sudan uprising

The Big Hearted Girl: Revisiting Susan Magara’s Murder

David Kangye and Andrew Kaggwa look back at the gruesome murder of the 28 year-old accountant and our response to it

New LAR mini-series “When Art Speaks” to focus on Emerging Artists

Among the works to be exhibited will be the painting “The Big-Hearted Girl” in memory of Susan Magara

A Conversation With A Fat Kid That Doesn’t Believe In Germs

What do kids think? Rushongoza Begumya recollects a recent conversation with a fat kid.