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      Taking stock of subject matter of selected sculptures in Kampala central division. [1]
      Teaching techniques used by lecturers in oil painting to year one students of Margaret Trowell school of Industrial and Fine Art under the College of Engineering Design Art and Technology in Makerere University, Kampala. [1]
      Technology and its impact on illustration today. [1]
      The technology, tools and materials used in the making of good quality 3D Typography Posters among selected graphic designers in Kampala. [1]
      Technology: how advancements have affected photography and photojournalism students at Margaret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Art. [1]
      To establish the exploitation frequency of relief and in the round sculpture in architectural and landscape design in MTSIFA [1]
      To examine the studio practices of professional painters in Kampala district. A case prof. George Kyeyune. [1]
      Tracing the developments in Bark Cloth as a Product Design Material in Buganda region case study: Salongo Mugalula Mukiibi [1]
      Traditional craft and culture preservation. [1]
      Transformation and changes in the drinking utensils in Buganda from 2000 to 2010. [1]
      Transformation from use of traditional to digital techniques of illustration at Makerere University School of Industrial and Fine Arts (MTSIFA) [1]
      Transforming Buganda bark cloth as a product design material in modern offices, Uganda. [1]
      The transition of photography from analog to digital [1]
      Translating Makerere University at 100 logo into wood carving [1]
      Trend of the Kitenge fabric in Kampala today [1]
      Trends in abstract painting by students: a case study of Margaret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Arts [1]
      Ugandans cultural elements as sources of inspiration for fashion designers in Kampala to create mordern outfits. [1]
      Understanding manipulation of metal into casted sculpture around Kampala. [1]
      Understanding street Art as a means of communication in Kisugu. [1]
      Understanding the dynamics of body painting in selected salons in Wandegeya. [1]