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PUBLICATIONS


The Following Publications are available at our Abuja Office:

Nku Di Na Mba: Uche Okeke And Modern Nigerian Art:
(eds) Paul Chike Dike & Patricia Oyelola © 2003.

USO: Nigerian Journal of Art:
Volume 1 no 1 July – Dec, 1995 P.76.

USO: Nigeria Journal Of Art:
Volume 2 No 1 Jan. 1997 – Dec. 1998, P. 84.

USO: Nigerian Journal of Art:
Volume No 3 No 1 & 2 Jan 2002 – Dec, 2001, P. 165.

Aina Onabolu: Symbol of the National Studios of Art:
© 1999, P. 64

The Development of the National Gallery of Art and the National Studios of Art in Nigeria:
(eds) Paul Chike Dike & Patricia Oyelola © 2004 p. 259.

Nigerian Women In Visual Art: History, Aesthetics and Interpretation:
(eds) Paul Chike Dike & Patricia Oyelola © 200, P. 259.

Aina Onabolu: Symbol Of The National Studios of Art:
(eds) Paul Chike Dike & Patricia Oyelola © 1999, P. 64

Yomi Adetoro A 60: A Retrospective Exhibition.
Curated by Simon Ikpakronyi © 1999, P. 52

Wood Sculpture In Nigeria: Mazi Godwin Nwajei at 60:
A Retrospective Exhibition curated by Simon o. Ikpakronyi © 2004, P. 144.

Theresa Luck – Akinwale (Portrait Artist):
Portraits of Distinguished Personalities, © 2002, p. 60.

The Zaria Art Society: A New Consciousness
(eds) Paul Chike Dike & Patricia Oyelola © 1998, p. 294.

Culture, Creativity and The Challenges of Development in Nigeria
by Professor Ikenna Nzimiro, Annual Distinguished Lecture 1995.

Science In The Service of Art: Critical Issues In Nigeria’s Contemporary Development
by Prof. Bashir Ahmed Ikara, Annual Distinguished Lecture 1997

Contemporary Art In Nigeria; Genesis, Education And Practice
by Prof. Yussuf Grillo, Annual Distinguished Lecture, 1998

The Place of Art In Nigeria In The New Millennium
by Dr. Bruce Onobrakpeya, Annual Distinguished Lecture 1999

The Imperatives of Critical Design In National Development
by Prince Demas Nwoko, Annual Distinguished Lecture 2001

Thoughts On Creativity, Visual Literacy And Globalization
by Prof. Uche Okeke (MFR), Annual Distinguished Lecture 2002

Performing Arts, Broadcasting, Culture And National Development – A Report Card
by His Excellency Chief Segun Olusola (MMI), Annual Distinguished Lecture 2004.

Nigerian Women, the Art And Culture: An Overview
by Bolanle Awe, Annual Distinguished Lecture 2005

OTHER BOOKS

The Nucleus © 1981, P. 113.

The Women’s Revolt of 1929
(ed) Paul Chike Dike © 1995, P. 184

The Nigerian Artist Of The Millennium: Historian Builder Aesthetician And Visioner
by Dr. Daniel Babalola © 2004.

Cross roads: Africa In the Twighlight
(eds) Chike Aniakor & C. Krydz Ikwuemesi © 199, P. 168.

Design History In Nigeria
(ed) John Tokpabere © 2002, P. 505


 

 
   
 

 
 
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