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      The factors affecting rendering oil painting at MTSIFA [1]
      Factors affecting students' performance in drawing special at Margaret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Art. [1]
      Factors affecting the growth of Ceramic Art Sculpture in Uganda; a case study of Kajjansi, Wakiso. [1]
      Factors affecting the teaching and learning of Fine Art in Old Kampala Secondary School. [1]
      Factors influencing the consumer choice of arts and crafts products in Uganda : a case study the Buganda road African village. [1]
      Factors influencing the market of art works in Uganda: a case of the Buganda Road African Village. [1]
      Fashion design as a life skill amongst youths in Kampala; a case study of youths living in and around Kampala (Kabalagala) between 2020-2022. [1]
      Fashion design practices in Iganga town: case study Assol street [1]
      Fashion design practices in Kikubampanga Trading Centre [1]
      Fashioning beaded patterns derived from a loe vera leaves to create Lugabiire footwear [1]
      Fashioning passion fruit flower to come up with a fashionable dress. [1]
      Fashioning Ugandan manufactured leather into casual clothing for university students in Kabale. [1]
      Fashioning Ugandan manufactured leather into casual wear for students in Kampala. [1]
      Female perception towards sculpture as a course unit in Makerere University and Kyabongo University. [1]
      A field research report on selected monumental sculptures in Uganda with the aim of critically analysing them. [1]
      Findings on the major contribution of portriat painting to the MSTIFA community [1]
      A fisherman’s dilemma on lake Victoria a case study of kisenyi fish landing site along the northern shores of lake Victoria [1]
      Formal analysis for selected business Signage in Kikoni. [1]
      The function of traditional costumes in contemporary fashion and design. [1]
      The functionality of space and diversity; understanding interior design in homes and offices around Kampala [1]