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      Cake Forms as a Sculpture: a case study of selected Bakeries in Kampala District. [1]
      Cake forms inspired by plant life: a case study of some cake bakeries around Kampala. [1]
      A case Study of Analyzing Metal Fabrication Designs in KawempeTown Council. [1]
      Ceramics and the critique of corruption in society. [1]
      The challenges faced by Nyanza Textile Industry and why it is not well commercially firmed. [1]
      College of Engineering Design Art and Technology Margaret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Art exploring the lettuce plant as an inspiration for tapestry design [1]
      Comics enhancing children learning (a case study new vision news paper magazine). [1]
      Communication through graphic design in Kalisizo, Rakai District [1]
      A comparative study between being a publisher-house employed illustrator and a free Lance illustrator in Kampala, Uganda. [1]
      A comparative study of fashion and design teaching in Makerere University and YMCA Comprehensive Institution [1]
      The comparative study of observational drawings done at the Margaret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Art compared to those done elsewhere [1]
      A comparative study of selected hand woven products of East and West Africa [1]
      The comparison between painting as taught at Mtsifa and painting in interior designing. [1]
      Consumer attitudes towards bark cloth as a sustainable fabric in Kampala: a case study of Kawempe division [1]
      Contemporary accessorizing: a current fashion trend and the Women of Labwor Abim district. [1]
      Contemporary Ceramics working techniques at MTSIFA as at 2017. [1]
      A contextual analysis of the Buganda Clan Portraits along Kabaka Anjagala Road (2018_2019). [1]
      Contribution of branding stratages to business growth in Kampala: a case study of herbal companies. [1]
      Craft making and its worth to the women of Masindi Town [1]
      Creating communication awareness on the rights to education to pupils aged 5-15 years through posters [1]