Tag: Community arts and culture in Nigeria

Community Art: Workshop Curator empowers over 200 Children, Teenagers 

Esther Kalu  Many art space, mostly nonprofits, are at the forefront of communal development. They foster creative expressions in communities they are located. Ọlọ́runjẹ̀dálọ community art studio is a typcal example.  Since its inception in 2022, the art space has empowered no fewer than 200 children with skills in tie-dye, dance, paper crafts, and drumming […]

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