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The Growth of Art Education in Benue State Secondary Schools Projects

The Growth of Art Education in Benue State Secondary Schools Projects. ABSTRACT Fundamentally, art is self-expression through visual factors arranged to satisfy the needs of a person. It is a procedure of technique and design for the conveyance of attitudes, ideas, or personalized feelings in visual form. From various considerations on the subject, art is […]

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Creation of Utilitarian Sculptures Derived From Fish Forms

Creation of Utilitarian Sculptures Derived From Fish Forms. ABSTRACT   This study “Creation of Utilitarian Sculptures derived from Fish Forms” is an expression of ideas generated from nature – guppy and tilapia fish, to support the making of sculptures that possess utilitarian value. Guppies are small active freshwater topminnows mostly kept in aquariums while tilapias are […]

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A Study of Rock Paintings in Bauchi and Jigawa States

A Study of Rock Paintings in Bauchi and Jigawa States. ABSTRACT Globally, rock paintings are age-long art forms that have revealed the activities of early humans in the respective sites. This is similar to the rock paintings in Bauchi and Jigawa States of Nigeria. The Study of Rock Paintings in Bauchi and Jigawa States is […]

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A Dialogue Between Lines and Floral Motifs In Painting

A Dialogue Between Lines and Floral Motifs In Painting. ABSTRACT This research was focussed on creating a dialogue between lines and  the  floral  in  painting. Many painters have worked on floral paintings looking at the flower exclusively. There were also research works done on the floral form but, non to the knowledge of the researcher […]

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Adaptation of the Dagi Motif for Painting

Adaptation of the Dagi Motif for Painting. ABSTRACT The research titled: “Adaptation of the Dagi Motif for Painting” is aimed at bringing to light the aesthetic qualities that are inherent in Northern Knot motif which bears the nomenclature “Dagi” with the view to further advance the study of the ubiquitous icon as a source for […]

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Costumes, Colours And Symbols As Seen in Ozubulu Chieftaincy Coronation Title in Ekwusigo Local Government Area

Costumes, Colours And Symbols As Seen in Ozubulu Chieftaincy Coronation Title in Ekwusigo Local Government Area. ABSTRACT This research concerns with costumes, colors and symbols seen in Ozubulu Chieftaincy coronation title in Ekwusigo Local Area. It states and explained the significance and symbols and this will help any reader to understand more on Ozubulu Chieftaincy […]

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Cartoon A Factor of Nigeria’s Social History.

Cartoon A Factor of  Nigeria’s Social History. ABSTRACT In recent years, the cartoon genre has gained considerable research interest, from all disciplines. Perhaps one of the sternest yet satirical forms of communicating in modern times is cartoon. The term cartoon refers first to metaphorical codification, and second to a satirical or humorous genre through which […]

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Environmental Exploration of Conceptual Plastographic Printmaking Technique

Environmental Exploration of Conceptual Plastographic Printmaking Technique. ABSTRACT This thesis explores the use of conceptual plastographic printmaking to interrogate visually the concept of Nsimbeghe (nonchalance) in human and social relations. As a concept, Nsimbeghe is an agglomeration of individual and collective nonchalant attitudes which constitute an impediment to purposive progress. This thesis supports and expands […]

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Development of Sculpture with Organic Forms: An Exploration with Calabash for The Exterior Space

Development of Sculpture with Organic Forms: An Exploration with Calabash for The Exterior Space. PREFACE   The modern artist is in constant search of access to improve technology that makes possible the use of foreign medium, tools and devices as a result of constant demand of our growing society. This new trend has drastically shifted the focus of […]

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Utilization of Visual Arts in Solid Waste Management as a Contribution to Solving Problems of Environmental Degradation in Aba Metropolis, Nigeria

Utilization of Visual Arts in Solid Waste Management as a Contribution to Solving Problems of Environmental Degradation in Aba Metropolis, Nigeria. ABSTRACT Environmental degradation is a subject that is currently receiving attention all over the world and one of its causes is improper management of solid wastes. Many Nigerian cities like Aba in Abia State […]

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