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Postal address: Uganda Crafts 2000 ltd, PO Box 10698, Kampala, Uganda.
+256 41425 0077 (office hours only)
Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited is a Ugandan owned Fair Trade Craft wholesaler and retailer.
We export Fair Trade crafts around the world and we also run a local crafts store selling to locals and tourists a variety of Ugandan, Kenyan and Congolesse art and craft pieces. We run training courses on behalf of other organisations on request as well as in house training for artisans already in our network. We offer design know how and ideas to our artisans to keep our products up to date and competitative.
UMA Showgrounds - Lugogo
Our online photo gallery includes some of the best contemporary art in Uganda. This website is an extension of the Afriart Gallery, located at the UMA Show Grounds in Kampala. One of the leading fine art venues in the region, we have hosted artists from Africa and the rest of the world. We have also become global distributors for original art by emerging talent. All the works are for sale.
Aidchild’s mission statement is: “To provide kids’ centres, including: homes, innovative medical care, psychosocial support, and education to orphans living with AIDS who do not have the support of extended families.” Below is a narrative of Aidchild’s story and heart (an excerpt from a congressional testimony by Founder and Director, Nathaniel Dunigan—given on April 17, 2002 before the United States Congress).
Banana Boat, Kampala Uganda
Garden City Shopping Centre, Ground Floor
+256 (0)414 525190
Banana Boat has three exciting shops in Kampala, Uganda, selling beautiful African crafts and tribal art sourced from all over the African continent. Each item is carefully chosen to inspire you. From skillfully woven baskets to hand made leather sandals, we only choose the best. Banana Boat also has fun designing and developing crafts with Ugandan women’s groups, families and small workshops combining traditional skills with fresh ideas.
The Gallery has numerous changing exhibitions.
Mr. Joe Ndyanabangi deals with the Tribal Arts department. After extensive travel selling tribal art in galleries all over Europe and U.S.A. He has decided to share these great tribal art pieces from the Congo, Sudan, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda, and more
The Tulifanya Gallery was started in 1998 by Bev Paden and Karen Downing.
It was later acquired in 1999 by Maria Fisher.
Tulifanya Gallery is currently one of the finest Art Galleries in Uganda offering a collection of art elements: African Contemporary Art, African Tribal Art, African Masks, African Sculptures, and African Utilitarian Objects. From various tribes like the Songye, Legya, Luba, Bembe, Dinka, Zuula, Nkutshu, Karamajong, Kusu, Kumu, Maghbetu, Soko, Tutsi, Toposa, Hemba and many more art pieces from the Congo, Uganda, Rwanda, Sudan. etc.
With just one phone call, web order or fax, Kreations, Unique Gifts N' Baskets can solve your personal or business gift-giving needs.
We take pride in our gift basket designs. We use the finest ribbons, extraordinary bows and flowers which gives a certain class to each and every gift basket, from the least expensive to the most expensive. If you haven't already, please review our photo album and some samples of our work and, don't worry, the contents of any gift basket can be altered to suit your individual needs and requirements.
Crafts Village:Behind the National theatre , De Winton Road is part of the Uganda National Cultural Centre (UNCC). The Centre has two main components: the National Theatre and the Nommo Gallery, both of which are located in central Kampala. The National Theatre provides a venue for stage performances of different kinds, and also serves as a cinema; the Nommo Gallery features exhibitions of works of art by both Ugandan and foreign artists. The Centre also offers a snack bar, which claims to offer the "best African dishes served with best spices and ambience", and the Craft Village, where locally made handicrafts are sold.