Art For Change 2017

Impact in  young people in Liberia art/ photography skills to set up a business when the need arises, and be self reliant. In 2017 I was invited for the second Annual Youth Education and Empowerment Summit (AYEE Summit) which was held in Paynesville, Montserrado County, Liberia. The summit was focus on youth education, participation, engagement, Read More

Camera for Change 2016

Photography and Computer Training for the children in the Juvenile Correctional Institutions and Child Care Unit Ijokodo Ibadan. The aim of the project was to empower them to be self-reliance for them to be able to contribute to their community development As agreed with the institute, the children became the official event photographers for their Read More

Art Passion & Survival 2015

Workshop / symposium discussions focused on how Artists Ibadan based artists can survive with their talent and how art can be used to empower unemployed youth. Artists’ activities, for the social value of arts organizations? Should art work be for-profit, non-profit, low-profit, no-profit? As artists professionalize, what’s lost — and what’s gained? How should artists Read More

Yes We Can 2015

This photography workshop was organized for the children of The Child Care Unit which is a government owned orphanage home in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Photography can be a very powerful tool, a way of connection and communication with people allowing them to express their feelings articulate difficulties and voice their concerns. The Yes We Read More

Work in progress 2014

Artists around table discussion aimed to create a platform for established artists to meet on a round table with young emerging artists with a purpose for participants to learn, share their works, interact and network. And also to advocate for support for artists from the state government, for them to empowered and self reliant, to Read More

Photo Speak Words 2012

The “Photo Speak Words” photography workshop was facilitated for street children living in orphanage homes and children living with their families. Through our research we discovered that most people only visit orphanage homes on children’s day and during Christmas.  The aim of the workshop was to introduce and teach the children, with ages ranging from 10 Read More