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Celebrating Amanda Nsubuga
Keynes 50th Anniversary

Nsubuga completed a BA Fine Art degree at The University of Kent in 2018. Her work depicts women of colour, and their external beauty, often young girls but sometimes uses herself as a character. She has described her work as non-fictional, with her chosen subjects relating to her own narratives and still representing themselves, exploring personal anecdotes. Her work is executed in sequences, using each medium for separate objectives but the same function. Nsubuga cites Contemporary artists Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Zanele Muholi as influences. Recently, Amanda Nsubuga exhibited at the Old Truman Brewery in London. This exhibition was organised in conjunction with Black History Month by Kent Union.

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Location

Keynes Atrium
United Kingdom
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Open to All,

Free



Contact: Kent Union
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Categories: Art and exhibitions

 

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