2015 UNESCO INTERNATIONAL ARTS EDUCATION WEEK: Report from Nigeria

2015 UNESCO INTERNATIONAL ARTS EDUCATION WEEK: Report from Nigeria

“To succeed today and in the future, the children will need to be inventive, resourceful and imaginative. And the best way to foster that creativity is through arts education”

At TEACHING VISUAL ART, we are taking the art education of the Nigerian children seriously and we are interested in the advancement of the frontline of art education in Nigeria, and in the continent of Africa.

TEACHING VISUAL ART is a creative social enterprise that provides diver platform for promoting, encouraging artistic engagements and to increase the community’s awareness on the importance of arts education. TEACHING VISUAL ART is a strong advocate of Art as a means of unlocking innovation and creativity, and dedicated to serve children from various backgrounds and culture. It is committed to the support of Art Education for its benefits of social, economic, and environmental sustainability. The social enterprise is registered with CRBN Number 419664 under the Companies and Allied Matters Act of the Federal Government of Nigeria. Its projects are endorsed by InSEA (www.insea.org).

Attached-with is the report of our involvement at the celebration of this year UNESCO International Arts Education Week. Please share this report with all who are working in your institution or organization creatively with children, especially art educators.https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_v3lnS7m0YxU0FMOGNkRktGemM/view?usp=sharing

Best regards!

Prince Olusegun Adeniyi

(Art Director, TEACHING VISUAL ART)

www.teachingvisualart.blogspot.com

+2348030874474

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