Research

32º East

Place: Uganda

Focus: Residencies, Workshops, Education, Artist Studios, Archives, Research, Knowledge, Critique, Public Art, Writing, Biennales and Festivals, Multimedia, Curatorial Practice, Library, Talks and Discussions

32º East is a centre for the creation and exploration of contemporary Ugandan art. Based in the capital, Kampala, 32º East aims to provide artists and cultural producers with the information, resources and exposure needed to raise the profile of Ugandan art to a national and international level. Key to the success of 32º East is the formation of partnerships. We are working with a number of key organisations to ensure the longevity, growth and productivity of an energetic Ugandan art scene.

Kulungwana

Place: Mozambique

Focus: Exhibitions, Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Photography, Video, Installation, Workshops, Education, Training, Research, Literature, Publishing, Biennales and Festivals, Contemporary Art, Curatorial Practice, Art Centre, Classical Music, Talks and Discussions, Visual Arts

Kulungwana – Association for Cultural Development, was officially registered on 23rd May 2006 in Maputo, Mozambique, and opened its Exhibition Space “Sala de Espera” at the Central Railway Station (CFM) in 2008. Since 2005, Kulungwana organizes the Maputo International Music Festival, and more recently, Xiquitsi, training project for orchestras and choirs. The gallery holds solo and group exhibitions, workshops and book launches.

Africa Centre

Place: South Africa

Focus: Residencies, Research, Knowledge, Public Art, Biennales and Festivals

The Africa Centre explores how Pan-African cultural practice can be a catalyst for social change. It was established in 2005 as an international centre for creativity, artistic excellence and intellectual engagement. The Africa Centre is based in Cape Town, South Africa, and its social innovations extend across the African continent.

KAS (Kin Art Studio)

Place: DRC

Focus: Residencies, Exhibitions, Video, Masterclasses, Artist Studios, Archives, Research, Knowledge, Critique, Public Art, Biennales and Festivals, Multimedia, Curatorial Practice, Art Centre, Library, Talks and Discussions, Workshops

KAS/Kin ArtStudio project Is a cultural, non–profit Organization, was founded in 2010, by the congolese visual artist, Mwilambwe Bondo, KAS is an artist initiative serves as a laboratory for developing talent on an national and an international level. which favors the creation or the innovation in the field of visual arts and other forms of contemporary artistic expressions in Kinshasa, DRCongo, in Africa and in the World.

Chimurenga

Place: PAN-African

Focus: Literature, Talks and Discussions, Publishing, Archives, Knowledge, Writing, Multimedia, Library, Education, Video, Exhibitions, Research

Chimurenga is a project-based mutable object, a print magazine, a workspace, and platform for editorial and curatorial activities. Chimurenga initiatives include the Chimurenga Chronic, a pan African quarterly gazette; the Pan African Space Station (PASS), an internet-based music platform; African Cities Reader, a bi-annual publication of new writing and art on African cities; Chimurenganyana, a series of pavement-disseminated monographs; and many more

Foundation for Contemporary Art

Place: Ghana

Focus: Exhibitions, Workshops, Research, Knowledge, Critique, Public Art, Publishing, Library, Talks and Discussions

The Foundation for Contemporary Art-Ghana is an active network of artists created to offer a platform for the presentation and the development of a critical forum for the promotion of contemporary art in Ghana. FCA was founded in 2004 by 23 founding members representing artists, gallery owners, academics and patrons of the arts. The founding of FCA was initiated by Virginia Ryan (Australian-Italian Artist/Writer) and the Late Prof. Joe Nkrumah (Anthropologist/Conservator/Curator).

Ker Thiossane

Place: Senegal

Focus: Multimedia, Exhibitions, Video, Masterclasses, Artist Studios, Archives, Research, Knowledge, Public Art, Critique, Residencies, Seminars

In Wolof, “Ker” means home and “Thiossane” represents traditional Senegalese culture. Kër Thiossane is primarily a family place dedicated to art, culture, exchanges and meetings between tradition and modernity, between different cultures. Since opening in 2002, Ker Thiossane has hosted artists and other citizens players from around the globe for projects or stays longer or shorter. All these projects have proven to be unique and enriching for all artistic and human experiences, guest artists, local artists and associated team members space.