Makerere University Fine Arts Students Association (MUFASA) is an association at the Margaret Trowell School of and Fine Arts. Bachelor of industrial and fine arts is a program with diverse practical and theoretical skills. The school of industrial and fine arts is collectively built along students’ effort. Students are organized under an umbrella of Makerere University Fine Arts Students Association (MUFASA). MUFASA was formed in the 1890s and it has since then had different leaderships such as Assoc. Prof. Kizito Maria Kasule the current dean of the Margret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Arts; who was president in 1991 and more others.
The activities we do under the association are diverce and include the following:
We are planning on running a bi-annual magazine.
Establishment of the E-learning environment To be the centre for art and design excellence through interacting with society and boosting talents amongst artists to ensure a sustainable industrial, social and economic needs of the community.
The association hopes to run the areas of Illustration, Weaving, Fashion, Textile, Drawing, Sculpture, Printmaking, Communication design, Painting, Art History, Entrepreneurship and Business administration, Photography, Jewelry, Fabrics, Ceramics and all the Visual arts. Therefore, all these shall always be covered in all the issues of this project that shall be researched to promote the students innovation. The association shall build a dynamic and flexible system to cater for all the new innovations and creations that shall aid the strengthening of the association and the college.
Office of the president MUFASA
Bamboo House outside Technology new building
or MTSIFA premises near the canteen.