2014 UNESCO International Arts Education Week: NIGERIAN ART TEACHERS VIRTUAL EXHIBITION
Art education is a dynamic tool for growth in our developing world and there are not words as powerful as a single drawing, painting, mural, craft, photography, graffiti or graphics. It is apparent that we as people seek peace in our nation; the Nigerian Art teachers are exhibiting their Art works on this page to campaign for peace in our land, Nigeria. Art as a catalyst and springboard for social change. The virtual Art exhibition is to celebrate the UNESCO International Arts Education Week with the theme, ART FOR PEACE. This exhibitions features paintings, textile, sculpture, and other means of visual expression. Below are the works with the Art teacher's name, School name, title of work, and the medium. Enjoy the view! ADEKUNGBE TAYO TOBI Dowen College Lekki, Lagos “Jayesinmi” (Let the earth live in peace) (Pannel) ADELEYE ADEBIYI Saje High School, Abeokuta “Back to the Market” (Painting) OLUSEGUN ADENIYI BBHS Mission, Oke-Saje, Abeokuta “Quest for Peace” (Mixed Media) AREGBESOLA AKINSOLA JESSEY Anglican Girls Grammar Sch, Ijebu-ode “Sound of Joy” (Mixed Media) GANDONU SEWANU PETER Adeniran Ogunsanya College Of Of Education, Ijanikin “Ode Ire” (Painting) GODWIN GARBA ADARA Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Ibara – Abeokuta “Disagreement” (Painting) IGBINEDION OSARUMWENSE Akugbe Pry School, Benin City “PEACE, Collective effort” (textile) OLUMIDE MORENIKEJI Nikky Africana Institute of Fashion & Textile “Waiting Patiently for PEACE” (Mixed media) NATHANIEL HODONU, Lagos State Model Junior College, Kankon ,Badagry. “From the Cradle” (Painting) OLADEJO AKANDE Oritamefa Baptist Model School, Total-Garden, Ibadan “Expectation” (Mixed Media) OLUSOJI SUNDAY Macjob Secondary School, Abeokuta “In search for our girls” (Painting) OMOVO AYOOLA OLUWASEUN French School, Victoria Island, Lagos “Peace our Pride, Not Violence” (Ink on Paper) OSUNTAYO FOLUSO Salawu Abiola Comp. High Sch, Abeokuta “Ancestral visit for Peace” (Painting) MICHAEL OLAREWAJU POPOOLA Cre8 & illustr8 Art Academy “Drumming for Peace” (Painting) SUNNY EFEMENA Oxbridge Tutorial College, Ikeja GRA, Lagos “Peace from War” (Water colour) VINCENT IGHO Greensprings School, lekki campus, awoyaya, “SOLITUDE” (Painting) ADENOLA JACOB ADEKANYE Olashore International Sch. Iloko Ijesa, Osun State “Eja lo ni ibu” (Mosaic) SOLOMON ADEBAYO BELLO Harrobs College, Alapere, Ketu, Lagos “Peaceful Odyssey” (Painting) JOACHIM DIALA Halifield Schools, Maryland, Lagos. “Life Formation” (Gouache on paper) UCHECHUKWU EZEEMO J. Gran Hermano Academy, Awka, Anambra State “KAKAKI” (Painting) IGBADIA TOLU Bridge House College, Ikoyi, Lagos “Dialogue for Peace” (Cloloured Pencil) OLAMIDE TANFEANI OLUGBAYI Lagos Ministry of Education (Edu District 5) Agboju “Drumming for Peace” (Mural) PAUL SEYI-GBANGBAYAU African Church Grammar School, Ita-Iyalode Abeokuta “OGBOJU-ODE” (Sculpture- Fibre glass, concrete, and metal) OLANIYI SUNDAY Plants and Pillars Schools, Osogbo, Osun State “Inherited peace” (Painting) GONDONU LAWRENCE BBHS Junior, Oke-saje, Abeokuta “Bring Back our Girls” (Teracotta) This exhibition is made possible by ART SCOUT with media Support from TELL Magazine.