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Asingleline - an enacted thought - by Mamaza
ASINGLELINE - a red line straight through the city. a line that connects different places and people and which spiritually brings them closer to each other.
Peregrinate - Field notes of time travel and space
Until 3rd October 2015 the photography exhbition Peregrinate shows the work the South Africans Thabiso Sekgala and Musa Nxumalo and Kenyan Mimi Cherono Ng'ok.
German DJ Duo Schlachthofbronx in Kampala
Schlachthofbronx is a DJ Duo from Munich producing and playing innovative club music. On 16th May, they played a show with various Ugandan DJs in an empty warehouse.
End of Term-Party 2014
The End of Term Party has become a tradition at GZK/UGCS: the last term (September-December) of a year is done, the German courses and exams have been completed successfully .
Art in Public Space 2015: Moving Images Vol.1
The series ‘Art in Public Space’ was launched by GZK/UGCS in 2013 and seeks to make art more accessible to a broad Ugandan society through art interventions in public spaces.
German Jazztrio CNIRBS in Kampala
CNIRBS, that's the name of the German Jazztrio, consisting of the keyboarder and composer Matthäus Winnitzki, the drummer Konrad Ullrich and Stephan Meinberg on the trumpet.
Your Radio, your Voice, your Instrument
Facilitated by Jonas Hummel, a German sound technician and musician, the GZK/UGCS organized a 10 day workshop leading to the
7th Bayimba international Festival of the Arts
2nd Sadolin MabARTi Challenge
The Sadolin MabARTi Challenge was created to support the presence of art in public space. 28 visual Ugandan artists created original artworks on mabaati sheets all over Kampala.
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