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      The rapid rise of abstract painting around Kampala. [1]
      Re-Design and Signage; A Case Study of The School of Music Dance and Drama Makerere University [1]
      Reactions to trends in television advertising commercials in Uganda, a critique on MTN momo and AIRTEL 4g adverts by advertising students at Margret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Arts. [1]
      Reasons why some Ceramic techniques (mainly in the department of Art and Design) are no longer often applied by students when producing Ceramics at Margaret Trowell school of industrial and Arts. [1]
      Recycling art and environment conservation (using art to sensitize about conserve environment). [1]
      Recycling waste materials into art at the Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Art [1]
      Redesigning frames from waste materials framing mirrors as canvas for painters [1]
      Refocusing appreciation towards visual arts in Kampala [1]
      The relevance of Art in the fight against environmental degradation in Bwaise a Kampala suburb. [1]
      The relevance of graphics design among artists along Nasser road. [1]
      Relevance of Internet platforms to visual art in Uganda. [1]
      Reviewing the application of busy patterns in enhancing textile designs at Margret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Arts. [1]
      Reviewing the art of printmaking in Magret Trowell School Industrial and Fine Arts between 2014 to 2017. [1]
      Road sign and their uses in Wandegeya. [1]
      The role culture has played in embracing fashion and design in society . [1]
      The role of art and design in Uganda’s music, dance and drama. [1]
      The role of conceptual art in revealing societal issues around Kampala today [1]
      Role of design and technology in improving the levels of innovation in Nyanza Textiles, Jinja. [1]
      The role of information and communication technology (ICT) in Industrial and Fine Art at Nasser road-Kampala Uganda [1]
      THE ROLE OF MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES USED IN PRODUCING CERAMIC WARES AT MTSIFA MAKERERE UNIVERSITY IN MITIGATING THE CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS BELIEFS TOWARDS LOCAL POTS [1]