Bruno Sserunkuma graduated with a B.A (F.A), and M.A (F.A) and PGDE from Makerere University. He is currently lecturing ceramics in the Department of the Industrial Art and Applied Design at Makerere University. He has been involved in a number of research and projects promoting crafts, including, gender and development (GAD) small project, Artists in Development UNESCO project, NORAD collaborative project, the British council EPA and EAP projects, the Art in Medicine Training project with the University of Florida, USA and the decolonization Art Education: NIAAD- IAE staff and curriculum development project.
He has participated in many national and international solo and group exhibitions since 1993 and has won various pottery and ceramics prizes including the UNESCO crafts prize for Africa. He is a member of NIAAD Governing Council; the skills sector for culture and tourism of the skilling Uganda program; Uganda Visual Artists and Designers Association (UVADA) and the National Association of Cultural Crafts of Uganda (NACCAU). Bruno is a mentor on the Topaz Inspiration Academy program.