Maureen Senoga, B.A. Hons., M.Ed., is currently a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Education, York University. As an art educator and artist graduate of Makerere University Kampala, and a lecturer in the Department of Art and Industrial Design at Kyambogo University, Uganda, Maureen’s experience includes art and design syllabus and module development, and facilitating the Teacher Education program through distance education. Other positions include Vice Chairperson of the UNESCO Uganda Culture committee, and member of the Uganda Museum research group on preparation of the Nomination File of Bark Cloth Making Skills submitted to the Third UNESCO Proclamations of the Master Pieces of the Oral and Intangible Human Heritage List. She recently presented her research work on indigenous pottery and a Ugandan perspective of Web 2.0 development for the Uganda National Museum at conferences and guest lectures. Her research interests include art education curriculum issues and pedagogy.