Amasaka Gallery



Exhibiting artists: Ethel Aanyu and Bwato Makano Founded in 2020 by artist Collin Sekajugo, Amasaka Gallery is dedicated to showcasing work by emerging artists and offering space for creative growth and experimentation. Having originated from Sekajugo’s artist programme, The Weaver Bird Residency, the gallery’s spirit was one of nurturing the local art scene all along. Its programme is constantly evolving to incorporate a variety of artistic practices, ranging from photography to painting, mixed media, and installation. Situated in Masaka City, a cultural hub in the Central Region of Uganda- a couple of hours’ drive from the Capital- it is renegotiating the hierarchy of spaces, inviting the “center” to look beyond its confines and the art scene to step outside of its comfort zone. Enjoying the luxury of spatial ambiguity, the gallery is operating a satellite space in Kampala and proposing collaborations with art spaces around the world in the form of pop-up exhibitions and other exchanges.

Masaka City
Plot 12 Birch Avenue, 2560, Masaka, Central, Uganda
Opening hours
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat: 10:00 – 18:00
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