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Made in Uganda Exhibiton

11 – 18 October 2016

A stunning exhibition of Bronze Sculptures from the award-winning Rwenzori Sculpture Gallery will be on show at the Museum of Uganda, Kampala.

Exhibition of Bronze Sculptures - Crane Couple David Bwambale

Crane Couple – David Bwambale

ISU international school of Uganda -

Artists: Emmanuel Basaza, David Bwambale, Jon Buck, Ann Christopher, Sue Freeborough, Jonathan Kingdon, Steve Mwesigwa, Eria Sane Nsubuga, Isaac Okwir and Peter Oloya

  • For one week only a selling exhibition of work resulting from collaborations between Ugandan and European artists.
  • Andrew Roberts, co-writer of the Bradt Guide wrote: “I was amazed by…a fully fledged foundry in which I was inducted to the mysteries of the lost wax casting process and the production of superb bronzes, the finished pieces being displayed in a beautifully designed gallery.”
  • The unique Bronze Foundry and Gallery near Kasese in West Uganda was established by the UK funded Ruwenzori Sculpture Foundation and for the past 12 years Ugandan artists have
    worked with European artists to create a body of remarkable work that is gaining recognition further afield.
  • Open each day 10am to 5pm (free entry to the exhibition)

Crane (maquette) - Peter Oloya

Crane (maquette) – Peter Oloya

Leopard Clan Totem - Jon Buck

Leopard Clan Totem – Jon Buck

Hippo Clan Totem - Jon Buck

Hippo Clan Totem – Jon Buck

Sitatunga Isaac - Okwir

Sitatunga Isaac – Okwir

For further information contact:
Emmanuel Basaza, Director, Rwenzori Founders:
+256(0)782 238036 / +256(0)702 858556 | rfkasese@yahoo.com
In UK: Cathie Shannon, Co-ordinator, Ruwenzori Sculpture Foundation:
+44 (0)1453 886527 |  rsf@pangolin-editions.com

Uganda:  rwenzorifounders.com  | UK: ruwenzorisculpture.com

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