Thanks to the Artists Tipsy Chamberz, Stacey Gillian and Denis Mubiru, Kampala / Uganda for participate in The NALA Project.
Thank you for your trust, Interest and your effort.
(Not in the Photo are Stacey Gillian )
The Artists are: Tipsy Chamberz (left), Denis Mubiru ( center) and André Pilz ( Papa Nala) right. Tipsy and Denis received their Certificate of Participation.
If you want to meet the Ugandan Artists, than you are right here. (see below)
Thanks to the Artists (3rd year students) from Margeret Trowel School of Industrial and fine Art, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda for participate in
The NALA Project.
Thank you for your trust, Interest and your effort.
The Artists are: Catherine Akello, Abel Rutaro, André Pilz ( Papa Nala ) Martin Agaba, Peter Okello, Ssekitto Emmanuel Kalule, (from left to right)
Thank you very much
André and NALA
Stacey not submitted any photos yet.
Since 2012 Stacey Gillian’s sculptural work focuses around gender misconceptions and inequality.
The core of her work is very metaphorical; a spider split in half in self-conflict,
Twisted (2014); a female figure struggling to stand up,
Gender Equality (2012) and a marabou stalk attempting to fly,
She works with glass as a principle medium because it illustrates both the fragility and defiance in her personal experience as a sculptor. On completion of her works Gillian feels as if she has overcome something either physically or emotionally.
In many rural areas of Uganda, people live by traditional and conservative values, which many of restrict and deprive and oppress women of expression.
Because of this Gillian creates her sculptures with both men and women in these communities in order to create a dialogue about gender equality.
During the production of Empaako cultural Monument (2014), Gillian received lots of negative feedback and verbal abuse from local men who believed a woman was not supposed to make sculptures.
Yet in defiance to these comments she continued to work and a local radio station picked up on it. After this the men started to interact with her and support her with her work.
Gillian hopes that her work will inspire other women to be bold, assertive and defiant.
Nkumba University School of Commercial Industrial Art and Design
2015, Women’s Day Art Exhibition, Magezi Art Gallery Kampala Uganda.
2014, 32 East Ugandan Arts Trust KLAART Festival.
2014, Trajectory of Spiritual and Secular X‐mass Group Show, Makerere Art Gallery Kampala / Uganda.
2014, Sadolin MaBarti/German Cultural Society Art Challenge Kampala Uganda.
2013, Laba Arts Festival.
X‐mass Art Sale Group Exhibition, AKA Art Gallery Kampala Uganda.
2012, Group Final Students’ Art Show Nkumba University School of Art Entebbe Uganda.
Private Collection, Masaka Uganda.
Private Collection, Entebbe Uganda.
CURATORIAL ART PROJECTS
2015, The NALA An African Art Project .
2014, Guy Wa Chapati Interactive Youth KLAART Art Workshop. Nommo Art Gallery, Kampala / Uganda.
2014, The Kampala Tie, Laba Arts Festival Kisementi‐Nsambya Kampala Uganda.
2013, Painting Festival Spaces, Bayimba International Arts Festival Kampala Uganda.
There are Paintings that stem from memory and from a somber look at the Human Condition. Paintings that are about the pleasures that crowd I upon the pessimism everywhere – and the confusion of contemporary urban life, that crowd in and refuse to be ignored. For me art is not based on a number of static concepts. It changes and extends its boundaries in response to the shifts in the intellectual, emotional and social situations of each period in time.
I would like to use my Art to define what I am about each time I paint, let it speak on its own, express ideas, thoughts, dreams, and life experiences that different individuals go through in Kampala thus empowering them to return to their true cultural Heritage.
Name: Kimera Hamuza aka Tipsy Chamberz
Work: Tipsy Arts.
Education: Diploma industrial Arts and designs.
About: I am a young creative and innovative man, born 1st February 1991.
I Started doing commercial Art in 2009 way back in highschool. I have participated in many Art festivals and exhibitions both in my country and outside my country.
For example: Laba Art festivals, Jamafest, Bayimba And many others.
I am always avoiding what other people say about me and I always look forward cause I never look back.
I live by 2 motto's i.e #creativity is priceless and les more.
A while back I did not know of it, And how it sounded like, How connected it would make me feel, How life can be changed with the slightest of moments...
I got to know even how it sounds like, and I am connected to the NALA project .
I was born 21 years back in Rubaga a division of Kampala district where is have stayed for most of my life . i started doing art way back like 13 years when i used to illustrate movies in exercise books in primary and when i joined secondary i dropped it up to form five when i was given a course combination that contained art in 2011 ever since then i have never looked back . 'ITS ONLY ONE LANGUAGE THAT THE WHOLE WORLD SPEAKS WHICH IS ART LET US SPEAK IT SO THE REST CAN LISTEN TO US " EMMA
i practice art as a social activist artist where i use my art for social causes.
i major in painting, digital and manual a sculpting, photography and drawing.
My artwork engages the viewer to rethink their reality. In my work, I try to show the world for what it truly is; a mess.
People seem to think get caught up in so much and almost forget to focus on the things that really matter.
My themes are based on questions of human emotion and the mind, purpose, race, religion and spirirtuality. These themes, I often mingle to create intriguing concepts in the different artworks and designs that I pray, will in the future, change things.
Mixed media rules in my world and much as I love digital art, traditional water colour and oil/acryllic paintings, I feel, create a more personal touch.
latest update: 01.03.2021
Hello friends of Nala.
In all the years when I traveled the world with my doll, NALA, she got always new clothes in every country, which were sewn for her in numerous countries.
Now she even has more clothes than me, and today I present you exclusively, NALA's new dress from Cuba.
The artist Yailin Morales from Nuevo Paz, CUBA sewed the new dress for NALA with a lot of love, devotion and arrangement.
It was created with absolute love and perfectly handcrafted.
Many Thanks, Yailin for this wonderful Summer-dress.
Hola amigos de Nala.
En todos los años en que viajé por el mundo con mi muñeca, NALA, siempre consiguió ropa nueva en todos los países, que le cosían en numerosos países.
Ahora incluso tiene más ropa que yo.Y hoy les presento en exclusiva, el nuevo vestido de NALA desde Cuba.
El artista Yailin Morales de Nuevo Paz, CUBA cosió el vestido nuevo para NALA con mucho amor, devoción y arreglo.
Fue creado con absoluto amor y perfectamente hecho a mano.
Muchas gracias, Yailin por este maravilloso vestido de verano.
NALA in Valencia, Spain (español abajo)
Hello my Friends,
many greetings from Valencia in Spain.
Today I visited ,,Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciéncies,,
( Science Museum) in Valencia, Spain.
The weather can not be better for my little city adventure.
Soon I sent more photos from this amazing City.
Come and visit Valencia.
I wish you all a great week.
Take care and keep in Touch.
NALA en Valencia, España
Hola mis amigos,
muchos saludos desde Valencia en España.
Hoy visité la Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciéncies en Valencia, España.
El clima no puede ser mejor para mi pequeña aventura urbana. Mañana les envié más fotos de esta increíble ciudad.
Ven a visitar Valencia.
Les deseo a todos una gran semana.
Tenga cuidado y mantenerse en contacto.
Hello Friends of NALA,
Here I present you another unique NALA Artwork from Ecuador.
Nala explores nature while riding a llama.
The Artist is Mika Játiva from Quito in Ecuador.
Thank you, Mika for this extraordinary Artwork.
Hola amigos de NALA,
Aquí les presento otra Obra de Arte NALA única de Ecuador.
Nala explora la naturaleza mientras monta una llama.
El artista es Mika Játiva de Quito en Ecuador.
Gracias, Mika por esta extraordinaria obra de arte.
This NALA Artwork is now exhibited at Zeitz Mocaa Art Museum
in Cape Town / South Africa
22. October 2020 till 10. January 2021.
NALA and Graffity Ana by Richard Scott
Richard Scott is a very well known international British artist who lives in Cape Town. He refined my 2013 NALA painting with his Grafitty Ana.
I visited Richard in his studio in Cape Town in 2019.
He was immediately enthusiastic about my NALA Project and enhanced my little NALA painting with his art.
This NALA painting is now hanging from
22. October 2020 - 10. January 2021 in the
Zeitz Mocaa Art Museum in Cape Town in a special exhibition. "Home is where Art is"
A Big "Thank you" goes to Andrea Schachler. She helped me so much, that this Painting found the way to the Art Exhibition at Zeitz Mocaa. Thank you, Andrea.
Hello friends of NALA.
please see Article here: Nala helps
You will surely remember the NALA Corona Art artworks by Joan Otieno from Nairobi, Kenya.
With the help of my NALA Project, the Kenyan Artist Joan Otieno sold small NALA artworks for over 400 euros. (40,000 ksh)
Many thanks to the buyers from Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland.
Each sale ensured that everyone had enough rice and beans or corn porridge and vegetables to eat, and the Warembo Wassani Art Center continued to help underprivileged children improve their future.
Unfortunately, these small NALA artworks are still in Kenya and could not yet be sent to Germany due to Corona and high-cost transport costs.
DHL asked for an amount of 300 Euros for 6 kg of recycling art.
If you are flying from Kenya to Germany or Switzerland in the near future, please let me know.
Maybe you can bring the NALA Art package with you.
Thank you for reading.
The NALA Art Project.
The Ecuador - Peru cyclingtrip is cancelled because of the current CORONA pandemie.
I start as soon as the situation is getting normal and no risc for health and life.
I wish all my friends, website followers and all people i dont know yet, good health and stayed strong.
NALA visits Ecuador and Peru.
Long-distance cyclist André Pilz from Kassel, Germany will be visit with his NALA art project the countries of Ecuador and Peru.
André and Nala cycled approximately 16,500 km in 3 years
from South Africa to Ethiopia.
On the road, they met 119 artists from 15 countries, who
supported the Project with more then 160 NALA Artworks.
Now they going to South America and looking for painters
and sculptors support the NALA project.
NALA is a little African girl who had the dream
traveling behind the mountains and escaping from home
to explore the world by bicycle.
The artists tell NALA's travel story through
works of art that are shown in traveling exhibitions.
There have already been 8 Art exhibitions in Africa and Europe.
If you want to participate in the NALA global art project,
write me an email or a message on Facebook.
only 5 more available ( 15 NALA Art Memory sold )
The Nala Project presents,
The NALA Art Memory Game.
#StayHome - limited edition 2020
36 selected NALA artworks by artists from 15 countries now enrich your gamenight at home.
Stay at home and play; The NALA Art Memory Game.
More Infos here: NALA Products
Das NALA Kunst Gedächtnisspiel.
#StayHome - limited edition 2020
36 ausgesuchte NALA Kunstwerke von Künstlern aus 15 Ländern bereichern jetzt deinen Spielabend zu Hause.
Bleib zu Hause und spiele; The NALA Art Memory Game.
The Nala Project presenta,
The NALA Art Memory Game.
# quedarse en casa - edición limitada 2020
36 obras de arte seleccionadas de Nala de artistas de 15 países ahora enriquecen tu noche de juegos en casa.
Quédate en casa y juega; El juego de memoria de arte NALA.
NALA ART Booklet ready for Download
The NALA ART Booklet is now available as PDF File for download.
Selected Artists show amazing NALA Artworks from southern and east Africa.
NALA Slideshow video on YouTube
On YouTube you can see the little video, which we shown during the NALA ART Exhibition in Germany.
This Video shows André´s and Nala´s artistic bicycle Journey through Africa.
The titles are in german language, but there are very nice photos to see.
Follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSkB-UHgOeo
It will be lovely if you can leave a comment about the NALA Project here: Opinion about The NALA Project.
Thank you very much
Yours NALA and André
I am currently in: Aarau, Switzerland
Tel. +41 76 823 1367
+ André and NALA are back in Germany to promote
The NALA Project and their Artists. Searching new Exhibition Space.
We will start to our NALA Art Project Cyclingtrip through Ecuador and Peru as soon as Corona Pedemie is over.
Cycled kilometer: 16.425 km
Tourstart by Bike was: Monday April 1, 2013
You can also find NALA on Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheNalaProject
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