The following Family and Youth workshops took place throughout the festival in order to expand and engage the audience of KLA ART 014:


- Twezuule: A symposium, led by international experts, discussing contemporary art from local, East African and international perspectives.


- KLA ART 014, The Journey: An exhibition exploring the 'making of KLA ART 014, including documentation and artworks at Nommo Gallery.


- Artists' Residencies Unmapped: Drinks and conversation on recent artistic exchanges with artists Sanaa Gateja and Eric Mukalazi.


- Discover: A mural, sculptureand installation workshop on Kira Road, run by Weaverbird Art Foundation.


- Mawazo Unlimited: A family and children's workshop exploring 'lost' crafts, run by Uganda Visual Artists and Designers Association (UVADA).


- Unmapping The Archive: In conversation with Andrea Stultiens and Rumanzi Canon from History In Progress Uganda.


-'Guy Wa Kyapati' Workshop: A printing workshop exploring the 'unmapped' rolex-maker, run by Pushing Art.


- I Exist: The Ugandan Film-maker: A programme of film screenings and master classes produced by Maisha Film Lab



Every Wednesday throughout October, KLA ART 014 organised artists' studio tours.


A mutatu mini bus taxi left the festival exhibition space to visit the different studio spaces across the city. The tour gave insight into the spaces that some of the festival exhibition and boda boda project artist work in. It also provided these artists an opportunity to network with the festival's audience.

KLA ART 014 worked with Uganda Visual Art and Design Association (UVADA) and Bayimba Cultural Foundation to run visual arts workshops in Gulu, Jinja, Fort Portal and Mbale.


The workshops, which were part of Bayimba’s regional festivals, took place between April and July 2014.


Artists produced work exploring the theme, Unmapped directly onto boda boda motorcycle taxis. The boda bodas then drove through the respective towns in mobile art exhibitions; bringing the work of artists direct to their audience.


Selected artworks and documentation from the Regional Workshops were exhibited at the Nommo Gallery in Kampala throughout October, as part of KLA ART 014.

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