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Travelling exhibitions are a part of our efforts to make our collection more accessible and to further integrate the museum into the broader Nigerian society.
The Yemisi Shyllon Museum of Art announces an open call for curators to organise an exhibition in the second half of 2023. We are looking for an exhibition with a clear curatorial concept. Proposals that offer innovative and socially relevant curatorial approaches and content from which can be derived robust educational programmes are encouraged.
Applications are now closed. More details on the workshop coming your way soon!
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The YSMA gladly received Alimi Adewale's 'Mother Earth' on September 10, 2021, as an addition to its permanent collection. The elegant brass sculpture can be found right at home in our Sculpture Park!
A poem inspired by the ideas of the YSMA Museum Futures team; Jess Castellote, Solomon Nkwagu, Japheth, Michael Oseghale, Olufisayo Bakara and put into words by Chidera Ifechukwu
This year’s Photo edition, sponsored by the Dashurs Foundation was themed “PAU’s Treasures”, and showcased creative photographs from the students of Pan-Atlantic University. These students were tasked with taking pictures that invited viewers to behold the stories told by their photographs, in a bid to portray the power of pictures that they say ‘speak a thousand words’... CLICK TO READ MORE
One of our own, Raphael-Ojeah Okocha, takes a deep dive into the theme of International Museum Day, discussing his own understanding of what it means to recover and reimagine the future of museums.
The museum was pleased to be gifted Onuzulike's first artwork in his clay series, which is currently being displayed in the Making Matter Exhibition.
Dive into the life of Olawunmi Banjo as her experience as an artist is told in a different light. "I believe my Art is explanatory to speak for itself, even when I’m long gone. I want people to see the significance and appreciate it." - Olawunmi Banjo
In this opinion piece, Chidera Ifechukwu, communications manager, highlights her experience of bring a tour guide to children and the experiences she has learnt, when she's not behind the desk.