The affair was an exhibition of traditional culture in all its forms, ranging from aspects like fashion, food, music, dance and drama to history and norms.
KAMPALA - Lovers of traditional culture had a weekend of fun. They had three days of cultural exploration and enjoying aesthetics at the Uganda Museum, Kampala. The fourth edition of the Ekyooto Cultural and Food Festival that ended on Sunday attracted various local and international cultures in Uganda.
From the Central, Western, Northern to Eastern regions, cultural groups showcased their varied and unique traditional cultures. The affair was an exhibition of traditional culture in all its forms, ranging from aspects like fashion, food, music, dance, and drama to history and norms.
Various stalls, performances, and people’s fashions created a picturesque scene at the museum grounds, sparking the longing for traditional cultures. Exhibition stalls were hubs for knowledge about different cultures, including uncommon ones like minority ethnic groups, including Batuku, Kebu, and Batwa.
For attendees, it was also fascinating learning about traditional cultures of international communities living in Uganda, including the Turkish, Ethiopian, Indian, and Iranian lifestyles.