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      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]
      Understanding the dynamics of graffiti art in kamwokya. [1]
      Uplifting painting skills and performance of painting students at Magaret Trowel school of industrial and fine arts. [1]
      Usage of local materials in the Ugandan fashion industry. [1]
      The use of a Butterfly as an inspiration to make casual dresses in Kampala [1]
      The use of ganda symbolism and cultural features in textile materials for gomesi in Kiyembe and its surroundings between 2000-2020 [1]
      The use of industrial and fine arts to highlight waste glass disposal at Nakasero trading area. [1]
      The use of information communication technology in year three courses at Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Arts [1]
      The use of oil painting for the preservation of the Acholi cultural values and noarms. [1]
      The use of Photography as a tool for effective communication in Kampala. [1]
      The use of plastic waste as a medium for crafts making in Kampala. [1]
      Use of plastics in sculpture as an environmental conservation measure at Margaret trowel school of industrial and fine art [1]
      Use of the internet as a research source for studio painting, A case study of Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Arts. [1]
      Using communication design to promote awareness about political rights in Kampala Uganda under chapter 4 ,article 29 of the Ugandan constitution [1]
      Using drawing to create hiv/aids awareness among the students of mstifa [1]
      Using painting to encourage more art students with disabilities to join Margaret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Art (MTSIFA) [1]
      Utilization of African Traditional Designs by Art students at Margaret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Art [1]