Katrin Peters‐Klaphake is curator at Makerere Art Gallery/Institute for Heritage Conservation and Restoration (IHCR) and lecturer at Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Arts (MTSIFA), Makerere University, Kampala. She is in charge of the exhibition program and care of the gallery’s art collection. Among others, she co‐curated the local section of the exhibition project Visionary Africa – Art at Work 2012 in Kampala and was a founding member the Kampala contemporary art. She participated in the Festival KLA ART 012 the same year. Her current activities include a collaboration with History in Progress Uganda project on the documentation of the Ham Mukasa Archives for the Endangered.
Archives Programme by the British Library, being part of the curatorial team of the pan‐African Photographer’s Portfolio Meetings, run by the Goethe Institute of South Africa in Johannesburg, and serving as a jury member for the annual Uganda Press Photo Award. Recently, she co-authored “Just Ask! From Africa to Zeitgeist” (Ed. By Simon Njami, Berlin 2014) a handbook style publication for photographers.