Chale Wote Street Arts Festivals brings together people with love for the various arts and in a contemporary way. There’s always something that’ll get your attention and trust me it’ll be worth it. What is Chalewote Street Art Festival all about? Chale Wote Street Arts Festival is a FREE contemporary on the street arts festival organized.
Growing up, some of us had the privilege of reading comic books, with illustrations that tell a story, and it gets to the point whereby we become familiar with the characters in the book. Most times the characters and stories have nothing to do with our African realities. Times have evolved and young African men and.
From Benin Republic, West Africa where he was born in 1969, he traveled the world thanks to his talent which opened him the doors of exhibitions, workshops and residences across Africa, in Europe and in South America. Self-taught artist, he won many awards including Young Talent Africa at Abidjan in 1993 and Prix UEMOA.
With just a N20 ball pen, Nigerian artist, Chijioke Anyacho creates images that leaves you wondering whether its an actual ball pen drawing or some digital manipulation. Chijioke Anyacho has shown the creativity inherent in millions of Africans who despite the challenges of the economy, seek new and ingenious ways of adding value to the society. Your.