Associate Professor George Kyeyune: a Luminary of Art Education

George Kyeyune meeting with some of his students in his studio, November 2013

George Kyeyune meeting with some of his students in his studio, November 2013

 

George Kyeyune is one of the leading artists in Uganda today. His sculptures can be found in public places in Kampala, and his paintings can be seen at Afriart Gallery, Kamwokya. Besides his own art practice, Kyeyune has nurtured and educated many artists active in Uganda today. At Makerere Art School, his gentle manner, considered responses to challenging situations, and thoughtful analysis of Uganda’s art history, make him one of the most sought after lecturers.

 

George Kyeyune with his students, November 2013

George Kyeyune with his students, November 2013

 

George Kyeyune, a thoughtful listener

George Kyeyune, a thoughtful listener

 

When all is done, George Kyeyune, reaches out to the outside world.

When all is done, George Kyeyune, reaches out to the outside world.

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