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Curatorial Intensive Kampala 2022

Aug 11 – 18, 2022

Kampala, Uganda
Njabala Foundation

Kampala, Uganda

Developed in collaboration with the Njabala Foundation, the Curatorial Intensive in Kampala, Uganda drew from the vibrant artistic and intellectual production in East Africa, focusing on curatorial practices that promote the work of women, create support structures for artists adapted to their local contexts, and foster innovative thinking around what constitutes curatorial space.

Participants
Mifta Zeleke Berga

Mifta Zeleke is a curator based in Addis Ababa.

Gala Berger

Gala Berger is a visual artist and independent curator, currently living in Lima, Perú.

Kakule Saiba Chadrack

Holder of a degree in philosophy (bac+) from the University of Lubumbashi, Chadrack Kakule is a young curator based in Lubumbashi.

Kirila Cvetkovska

Kirila Cvetkovska is an independent cultural practitioner from North Macedonia.

Laura Fungai Ganda

Laura Fungai Ganda is a curator and researcher.

Tinashe Mushakavanhu

Tinashe Mushakavanhu is a Zimbabwe born writer, literary scholar and curator.

Trevor Mukholi

Trevor Mukholi is an independent curator based in Kampala, Uganda.

Musoke Babra Nalwoga

Musoke Nalwoga was born and raised in Uganda, and is currently working in Amsterdam as a curator and researcher with a focus on contemporary art.

Tabara Korka Ndiaye

Tabara Korka is a Senegalese researcher, writer, and creative.

Gerald Odil

Odil is Communications Manager for Fashion Africa Now, an international pan Africanist fashion magazine, while pursuing their own artistic work in land art.

Nour Osseiran

Nour Osseiran is an independent art practitioner and volunteer paramedic based in Beirut, Lebanon.

Gadi Ramadhani

Gadi Ramadhani is a visual artist, arts educator, and independent curator, with a specialty in printmaking.

Shruti Ramlingaiah

Shruti Ramlingaiah is an independent curator and researcher based in Mumbai, India.

Facilitators
Marie Hélène Pereira

Marie Hélène Pereira is Director of Programmes at RAW Material Company where she has organized a dozen of exhibitions and related discursive programs.

Martha Kazungu

Martha Kazungu is a Ugandan curator and art historian.

Renaud Proch

Renaud Proch is Independent Curators International (ICI)’s Executive & Artistic Director.

Serubiri Moses

Serubiri Moses is a writer and curator who lives in New York.

Lilian Mary Nabulime

Lilian M. Nabulime (PhD), is a Senior Lecturer and former Head of the Sculpture Department in the School of Industrial and Fine Arts (CEDAT) at Makerere University in Kampala.

Keyna Eleison

Keyna Eleison is a curator, writer, researcher, Griot heiress and shaman, narrator, singer, ancestral chronicler.

Daudi Karungi

Daudi Karungi founded Afriart Gallery (AAG) in 2002 with a focus on supporting and advancing careers of African contemporary artists.

Balimunsi Philip

Born of Kabuye Benedict family, Balimunsi Philip is the curator of Uganda National Cultural Centre and the Uganda National Gallery known as Nommo gallery.


About the Njabala Foundation
Njabala is a multi-faceted campaign sourcing inspiration from a popular Ugandan myth of Njabala to facilitate conversations on womanhood. The Foundation’s responsibility is to curate periodic exhibitions, as well as organize a public program of activities aimed at creating safe spaces for female artists to thrive. To increase the visibility of the work of women artists, Njabala Foundation in various ways campaigns against gender inequality in the art world by organizing art exhibitions and events exclusively dedicated to highlighting the work of women artists.

Credits
The Curatorial Intensive is made possible by the Marian Goodman Gallery Initiative in honor of the late Okwui Enwezor, Teiger Foundation, and generous support from Mercedes Vilardell and ICI’s Leadership Council.