Friday, 13 May 2016

Art,Voluteering and social change Confrence May 2rd to 3rd,2016 at College of Engineering Design Art andTechnology makerere University



I was  delighted  to receive my  invitations  from  both the Director (Tamer Dekel) Inspiration  Arts for humanities and the Dean school of Industrial and Fine Arts- Makerere University.
The conference was to stimulate new creative, how to tackle Issues, deliver options for new collaborations, establishing net work with organizations committed to deliver positive social change using Art as a tool.
 Inspiration  arts for humanity is built on  a foundation of artistic Excellency, social activism and community engagement while Uganda community Art skill development and recycling (UCASDR) ) is a program that links Art and Craft to environmental concerns through recycling skills development and innovation  in Uganda. It also uses Art and Craft to address health  issues and also entrepreneurial skills development to the local communities .
Inspiration vision is  to cultivate art as a catalyst for effective social change, its mission is  to instill Artists with tools needed to translate their talent into measurable impact to the world most pressing social challenges ,by establishing inspiration Arts for humanities  global school an international academy they will be training Artists to be activists and social entrepreneurial that will  lead a positive change with Art.
while UCASDR vision is to develop and build regional skills development and Innovation centers that will provide basic skills to unprivileged people in the community. UCASDR was registered in 2012 to provide basic practical skills for Entrepreneurship and works on a voluntary basis using Art and design as tools for social change, also working as a mobile Vocational program in order to provide equal opportunities to other communities away from its base providing skills for social change.
The UCASDR program  major goal is to promote Innovation/ Creative skills, Environmental Sustainability, Rehabilitation and Therapy within Communities in Uganda.
Benefits
It helps to bridge the skills acquisition gaps between higher institutions of  learning and the grass root communities.
From  above  I learnt a lot the as a community Artist  using Art for social change through UCASDR program the conference was very educative  and I will share the experience  with  community
Thank your for the invitation God bless you
For details see bellow 
Please enjoy the pictures.
From the left is Prof Eng Henry Ainaitwe Principal CEDAT,Mr Bruno sserunkuma,Deputy principal Dr Veny Nakazibe,in the center General Elly Tumwiine ,next Ass.Prof George kyeyune,Tusiime Mathias Director UCASDR, Dr Lilian Nabulime and wadimba Edie from UVADA

Left Mr Nuwa wamala Nyanzi,Mr SSerunkuma Bruno,in Centre Hon.General Elly Tumwine,Prof Philip Kwesiga, Tusiime mathias Director UCASDR,Tamer Dekel Executive Director Inspiration Art for humanities,Mr Eli  ,Deputy Genaral strategic Development at Israel volunteer Association and the team from UVADA at CEDAT-Makerere University.
A group of Performer from performing Arts Makerere University Entertaining the visitors
The conference Banner More pictures  will be posted.

Thursday, 12 May 2016

Tusiime Mathias' Art: New mobile money in Uganda (Micro pay) one mobile ...

Tusiime Mathias' Art: New mobile money in Uganda (Micro pay) one mobile ...: For details please read the flier and contact the head office Thank you Kindly enjoy!! Tusiime mathias

Tusiime Mathias' Art: UniWASH project Uganda to invite Uganda Community...

Tusiime Mathias' Art: UniWASH project Uganda to invite Uganda Community...: It was a pleasure  to be in by UniWASH project Uganda to attend Annual  Review Meeting at CEDAT-Makerere Unevrsity.Uganda community ...

UniWASH project Uganda to invite Uganda Community Art Skill Development and Recycling (UCASDR)

Participants in the conference Hall during UNICEF UNi Wash Project review meeting at CEDAT.

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Dr Kabiito Richard Project Coordinator From left Next Deputy Principal CEDAT Dr Veny Nakazibwe and UNICEF Delegates during the UNICEF UNi Wash review meeting.



 Invitation Card  
It was a pleasure  to be in by UniWASH project Uganda to attend Annual  Review Meeting at CEDAT-Makerere Unevrsity.Uganda community Art skill Development and Recycling (UCASDR) is a program that links Art and Craft to environmental concerns through recycling skills development and innovation  in Uganda. It also uses Art and Craft to address health  issues and also entrepreneurial skills development to the local communities  while  UniWASH project Uganda and Finland working together with schools in Amuru, Nwoya, and Pader districts to come up with new innovative ways to solve local water and sanitation challenges.
UCASDR,S vision is to develop and build regional skills development and Innovation centers that will provide basic skills to unprivileged people in the Grass root community.
The UCASDR program  major goal is to promote Innovation/ Creative skills, Environmental Sustainability, Rehabilitation and Therapy within Communities in Uganda.
Benefits
It helps to bridge the skills acquisition gaps between higher institutions of  learning and the grass root communities.
Thank you for the invitation  (Dr Kabiito Richard) really the presentation was Excellent!
For details see the card or visit the website.

New mobile money in Uganda (Micro pay) one mobile money across all Networks.






For details please read the flier and contact the head office
Thank you
Kindly enjoy!!
Tusiime mathias

Thursday, 28 April 2016

Official announce that Mr. Odama Jacob will be in UCASDR Community on satday 30th April 2016

We are pleased to officially announce that Mr. Odama Jacob from makerere University specializing in Drawing will be in UCASDR Community Providing basic drawing skills for community development.  please stay tuned for details!!

     

Makerere University Lecturer, Dr Mpindi Ronald`s support to UCASDR through buying T-shirts

He is an Assistant lecturer, Department of Industrial Art and Design, school of industrial and fine art, CEDAT. I would like to also thank him for his constant advises on how to smoothly run the program.  He recently completed his Doctoral studies in studio-based practice.
UCASDR was registered in 2012 to provide basic practical skills for Entrepreneurship and works on a voluntary basis using Art and design as tools for social change, also working as a mobile Vocational program in order to provide equal opportunities to other communities away from it`s base providing skills for social change.
UCASDR is ready to take Art in all directions including, Justice, Health, Technology Development at the grass root level, innovation of environmental friendly ideas hence we teach people how to Fish not how to eat the Fish.
I would also want to thank the Principal College of Engineering Design Art and Technology (CEDAT) Prof Henry Arinaitwe, Deputy Principle CEDAT Dr Venny Nakazibwe for their continuous support.
Thanks to all UCASDR Advisory Team for the wonderful Job for the Development of the program.
I believe Art can change the society.
Tusiime Mathias
Program Director-UCASDR.