InSEA Institutional  Members and Affiliated Organizations in Africa and Middle East

Regional society of education through art " AmeSea", Egypt

 

Mobile Art School, Kenya,


 

Teaching Visual Art , Nigeria

TEACHING VISUAL ART is a creative social enterprise that provides diver platform for promoting, encouraging artistic engagements and to increase the community’s awareness on the importance of arts education. TEACHING VISUAL ART is a strong advocate of Art as a means of unlocking innovation and creativity, and dedicated to serve children from various backgrounds and culture. It is committed to the support of Art Education for its benefits of social, economic, and environmental sustainability. The social enterprise is registered with CRBN Number 419664 under the Companies and Allied Matters Act of the Federal Government of Nigeria.

 

INTERNATIONAL WEEK of ARTS EDUCATION

 

PAPERS From our members in AME

SEE WHITE PAPER from NIGERIA
Nurturing Creativity in Every Child: the Role of Art by Prince Olusegun Michael, Adeniyi
 

 

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  PROJECTS

CONNECTING AFRICA PROMOTING EDUCATION FOR PEACE THROUGH ART ARTS FOR PEACE IN AFRICA: AN INSEA/NEPAD CALL FOR ART EDUCATORS IN AFRICA

 

This Project is a call to African institutions, civil society organizations, non-governmental organizations, community based organizations, youth formations, teacher organizations and women’s organizations to participate in advocating for a lasting peace in the Continent. P.O. Box 218 Midrand, Midrand 1685, Gauteng, Johannesburg, South Africa OFFICE - +27 (0) 11 256 3600 | FAX - +27 (0) 11 206 3762 | WEB - www.nepad.org Aim: The major aim of this Project is Education For Peace through Art in Africa. The second aim is to advocate for Peace in Africa through art. Purpose 1. To motivate artists throughout Africa to advocate for peace through their own artworks. 2. To establish a network of African artists with a focus on Peace for development in Africa. Process: 1. A patchwork will be developed by artists in their own country. 2. Artists and educators will share their artistic techniques, such as printing, dying, weaving, embroidery, applique and painting. 3. When such a collective artistic work has been completed it has to be sent to the Coordinator of the Project; Prof. Samia ElSheikh, Prof. of Weaving, Faculty of Art Education, Helwan University, Mobile number: +201 0000 611 88. 4. Each piece should be a fabricated art on A3 size. Each country can participate with more than one piece. 5. Each piece should have at the back: a. Names of artists b. Institution or Organization, country, city (if applicable) c. Date the artwork is completed 6. All the Artwork will be coordinated by the Coordinator. 7. The Patchwork will be presented to Workshops, Congresses and Conferences of Culture and Education. We look forward to receiving your contribution. Through Art we could be the catalysts for change where Peace becomes a reality in the Africa we want. 

 

READ the CALL:  Arts for Peace in Africa