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  • Amazing bird $110

    This artwork by Bukenya is part of our cooperation with the Uganda School for the Deaf (USFD).

    The Ugandan School for the Deaf was the first school for the Deaf in Uganda. It was established in 1959 by the Uganda Society for the Deaf at Namirembe Hill on leased land from the church of Uganda. A Government-aided Primary school brings together all categories of Deaf children, including Deaf children with multiple disabilities. The school’s primary task is to cater to the education, interests, and special needs of deaf children in Uganda.

    We also know that through your support with a purposeful purchase. You will enable us to raise funds to buy more art materials, support the initiation and running of the art club at the USFD school, and establish a sustainable platform that will nurture and grow their potential in art.

    If you are looking for a way to support us, we encourage you to purchase artwork. 70% goes towards the children, and 30% will be invested back into our work.

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  • Education is the key $110

    Title: Education is the key

    Media: Acrylics on canvas

    Size: 40cm x50cm

    Artist: Julien Mapatano Safari,14 years,  Congolese

    In 2018,  he started to draw and learned about art as an opportunity from the Nakivaale refugee settlement located in the Isingiro district. He dreams of being a great artist in the world one day. He says that staying in a refugee settlement has allowed him to have a lot of time on his hands, and he uses it to make art. He paints about school life, Pan Africanism, and daily life. Being part of this exhibition is a dream come true.  He advises fellow children to study hard when they have an opportunity because not everyone has the same opportunity.

  • Enid $100

    This artwork by Enid is part of our cooperation with the Uganda School for the Deaf (USFD).

    The Ugandan School for the Deaf was the first school for the Deaf in Uganda. It was established in 1959 by the Uganda Society for the Deaf at Namirembe Hill on leased land from the church of Uganda. A Government-aided Primary school brings together all categories of Deaf children, including Deaf children with multiple disabilities. The school’s primary task is to cater to the education, interests, and special needs of deaf children in Uganda.

    We also know that through your support with a purposeful purchase. You will enable us to raise funds to buy more art materials, support the initiation and running of the art club at the USFD school, and establish a sustainable platform that will nurture and grow their potential in art.

    If you are looking for a way to support us, we encourage you to purchase artwork. 70% goes towards the children, and 30% will be invested back into our work.

     

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  • In a purple world $200

    An artwork by Natan Dawit a deaf young artist. His passion is painting and he hopes to be a great artist one day.

    The artwork is about a lovely cat at Natan’s home wich always goes out to watch the sky. This is a routine it has done for the past 1 year since it was a baby.

    By purchasing this artwork, 70% of the price you pay, supports the education of children, as well as 30%, enables us to facilitate our programs.

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  • Kawuki $112

    This artwork by Kawuki is part of our cooperation with the Uganda School for the Deaf (USFD).

    The Ugandan School for the Deaf was the first school for the Deaf in Uganda. It was established in 1959 by the Uganda Society for the Deaf at Namirembe Hill on leased land from the church of Uganda. A Government-aided Primary school brings together all categories of Deaf children, including Deaf children with multiple disabilities. The school’s primary task is to cater to the education, interests, and special needs of deaf children in Uganda.

    We also know that through your support with a purposeful purchase. You will enable us to raise funds to buy more art materials, support the initiation and running of the art club at the USFD school, and establish a sustainable platform that will nurture and grow their potential in art.

    If you are looking for a way to support us, we encourage you to purchase artwork. 70% goes towards the children, and 30% will be invested back into our work.

     

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  • Monica $100

    This artwork by Monica is part of our cooperation with the Uganda School for the Deaf (USFD). What’s more, is that Monica drew this artwork using her legs and makes it so special to us. 

    The Ugandan School for the Deaf was the first school for the Deaf in Uganda. It was established in 1959 by the Uganda Society for the Deaf at Namirembe Hill on leased land from the church of Uganda. A Government-aided Primary school brings together all categories of Deaf children, including Deaf children with multiple disabilities. The school’s primary task is to cater to the education, interests, and special needs of deaf children in Uganda.

    We also know that through your support with a purposeful purchase. You will enable us to raise funds to buy more art materials, support the initiation and running of the art club at the USFD school, and establish a sustainable platform that will nurture and grow their potential in art.

    If you are looking for a way to support us, we encourage you to purchase artwork. 70% goes towards the children, and 30% will be invested back into our work.

     

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  • Playing sonko $120

    Title: Playing sonko

    Size: 45cm x 35cm

    Media: acrylics on canvas

    The artwork is about playing sonko (a traditional game played mostly by girls) in African communities. Drawing makes Namakula happy and gives her the opportunity to imagine a wonderful place where everything is amazing. She loves to draw flowers, trees, people and houses. During her free time, she enjoys playing “ludo”, listening to stories, skipping the rope, and dodgeball.

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  • Prevention is better than cure $110

    Title: Prevention is better than cure

    Size: 40cm x50cm

    Media: Acrylics on canvas

    Mwafu  is 14 years old and is in senior one. He started drawing when he was in primary 6 and mostly drew still life.  Now he draws faces of people, trees. He wants to become an artist and an engineer. He took part in the exhibition while he was in Mbale.

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  • Studying on TV $200

    Title: Studying on TV

    Size: 45cm X 55cm

    Media: Acrylics on canvas

    Ojara’S dream is to become a teacher and an artist.

    He believes that these are important to his future. He participated in the art contest because he wanted to show off his talent in art. He was so happy to be selected as a finalist in the art contest. He advises other peers; to always try their talent.

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