Veroniccah Muwonge -- Fine Art
I am a practicing visual artist from Uganda. Graduated in 2002, lived in Kenya since then till May 2006. Have shown my work in Uganda, Zambia, South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, and USA. I paint on themes that reflect my personal life experiences, things that happened to me in the past and my future vision. Painting to me is like writing in my diary.
2008: IVUKA Launching Exhibition in Kigali, Rwanda.
2007: CHOGM Exhibition, Nommo Gallery Kampala, Uganda.
2007: Joint Exhibition Inglewood, California, U.S.A.
2006: All Artists Exhibition, Nommo Gallery Kampala, Uganda.
2005: Vermont Studio Center gallery, Johnson VT, U.S.A.
2005: “The 8”, Triangle Arts Association.
2005: Environment Exhibition, UNEP in Nairobi.
2004: Landmine Exhibition, UNEP in Nairobi, Kenya.
2004: P.A.CA Peace Effort, National Museum of Nigeria, Enugu.
2004: The Grand Exhibiition Alliance Francaise Lagos, Nigeria.
2004: Open day Exhibition, Greatmore Studios, Woodstock in Cape
Town, South Africa.
2004: Insaka International Artists Exhibition, Henry Tayali Visual
Arts Center in Lusaka, Zambia.
2003: Chemi Chemi & Timothy Brook, RaMoMa (Rahimtulla Museum
of Modern Art) in Nairobi, Kenya.
2003: CGIAR Annual General Meeting and Baseline Conference of
the CGIAR, UNEP(Gigiri) Nairobi, Kenya.
2003: Fifteenth Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal
Protocol UNEP(Gigiri) in Nairobi,Kenya.
2003: Wasanii International Womens’ Workshop, National Museums
2003: “Three countries, three perspectives”, Maison Française in
2003: “Celebrating women and Art”, Maison Française and The
Goethe Institute, Nairobi, Kenya.
2002: Haawa Annual Women’s Exhibition, National Museums of
2006: Lecture on Presentation, Makerere University School of Fine
2004: Lecture on East African Art and Artists, University of Nigeria,
2004: Interview, “Personality Profile”, Radio Nigeria, Enugu.
2004: Interview, Cosmo Fm, Enugu-Nigeria.
2007: October, Ngoma International Artists Newsletter.
2003: March, cover picture, Maison Française Catalogue for the
2004: October Edition of The Travelers News Magazine.
Margaret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Arts, Makerere University, B.I.F.A, 2002.
Jay Street, Brooklyn, New York City, U.S.A.
2005: “Freeman Fellowship” by The Ford Foundation for Artists from
Africa and the Arab world.
2004: “IIE” Grant from the Commonwealth Foundation.
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