🏳 Open from Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00am - 4:00pm
Using examples of works in clay, wood, metal, fibre, beads and re-purposed objects, the exhibition shows how Nigerian artists have explored different materials available within their environment, mirroring the various social conditions and civilizations at that time.
From the precolonial era to the present, different generations of Nigerian artists have engaged with their indigenous cultures and the socio-political milieu in the country, playing the role of their society’s conscience.
The museum is currently developing programmes to engage art teachers and secondary school students on arts. Using an object-based learning approach; The success of the museum will be measured by how much we are able to engage and the impact on people.
We are developing an object-based learning process for students of PAU. We will also educate PAU professors who are not art inclined on how a piece of art work communicates to the viewers. The success of the museum will be measured by how much we are able to engage and the impact on people.