Uganda National Cultural Centre
The National Theater
This is located at De-Winton Road, Kampala. The Uganda National Cultural center is a significant institution that came into being as far as 1959 with the act of parliament of Uganda. It was meant to provide a cultural theatre for performing arts, exhibition space and a stimulator to local artistic activities. The National Cultural center has two main spots that is; the National theatre and the Nommo gallery. The later features numerous exhibitions by both native Ugandan and international artists. Things to enjoy at the National theatre include movie screenings among others alongside an onsite coffee shop that serve African cuisine. The resident craft village store is a rewarding place to encounter.
Exposure to Africa crafts village:
This is a women’s group initiative where they gather and market their art and craft products. Located on plot 15 Buganda Road, the center initially acted as a marketing and information center for local craft producers to interface with clients. The facility embraces textile fabrics, ceramics, artistic metal fabrications, wood carvings and carpentry and a range of other handmade products. These include; African ornaments, jewelry, compound feature items, Centre pieces, office ornaments and decorations and interior decorations.
Africa crafts village
There are arrange of other art galleries in Kampala city including; Afriart Gallery Limited, AKA Gallery, Amani crafts shop, Karibu Art gallery and studio, Magima Art Gallery, Makerere University Art Gallery, MishMash, Nyanzi Art studio, The Art spot, Uganda Art gallery, Ujuzi Art Studios and Umoja Art Gallery.