In response to the resounding call for artistic engagement and societal impact, Forme Femine Gallery is thrilled to announce the extended run of our online exhibition, "Art for Education: Empowering Femme Futures," now available until January 30, 2024.
This curated collection features the works of 22 emerging, mid-career, and established African artists, continuing to shed light on the crucial role of art in fostering education and empowering young women.
Our online exhibition stands as a beacon championing girl child education through a diverse array of artistic voices, illuminating the pathway toward empowered femme futures.
"Art for Education" is a catalyst for action. It invites you to delve deeper into the artistic dialogues and expressions that shape young minds, emphasising the community's role in fostering positive change. Every interaction, share, and contribution to the Equipped to Learn initiative constructs another foundation stone in a future where education empowers and uplifts, where girls soar rather than stumble.
Featured Artists include:
Adiza Nzekwe, Kolawole Olalekan, Alimi Adewale, Duke Asidere, Elizabeth Ekpetorson, Mr Danfo, Oluwaseyi Akinwumi, Edosa Ogiugo, Omoze Ahamoije, Faith Uba, Paul Ogunlesi, Philip Nzekwe, Genevieve Kesena, Sadiq Ajibola Williams, Isaac Emokpae, Titilola Fagbemi and Joseph Ogbeide including Young Artists Chinazo Okoye, Chinenye okoye, Ekene Okoye, Gift Jones and Victor Udoh.
Title: Art for Education: Empowering Femme Futures
Dates: Until January 30th, 2024
Partner: The Real Impact
Goal: Raise funds to provide Provide period care kits for 2,000 girls in public schools across Lagos
About The Real Impact
The Real Impact is an NGO, founded in February 2019 with the aim of improving the quality of Education in public schools in Nigeria. As an organisation, we understand how Education can improve life-long learning, build skills, create jobs, build self-esteem, and improve the overall quality of life of an individual.
About The Equipped to Learn Initiative
Focuses on making an impact by ensuring that public schools in Nigeria are well equipped with school supplies and children have access to learning resources needed for a quality learning experience.
About Forme Femine
Forme Femine is an innovative gallery with female agency as its thematic focus. FF features artists of African Descent; portraying the feminine in creating a multilayered visual commentary on the relationship between art and society. Exhibitions and programmes are designed to reflect the diversity of expression and cultural heritage while tackling questions of representation in the arts and fostering dialogue on these intersecting subjects on a global scale.