NIGERIA CONTEMPORARY ART AND ARTISTS
NIGERIAN ARTISTS AND CONTEMPORARY ART
Cultural and Creative Arts
JSS 3 / BASIC 9
Elements of Dance Drama
The pupils have previous knowledge of
TRADITIONAL NIGERIAN ART
that was taught as a topic in the previous lesson
At the end of the lesson, the learners will be able to
- say the meaning of NIGERIAN ARTISTS AND CONTEMPORARY ART
- give examples of various types NIGERIAN ARTISTS AND CONTEMPORARY ART
- Wall charts
- Related Online Video
- Flash Cards
Methods of Teaching:
- Class Discussion
- Group Discussion
- Asking Questions
- Role Modelling
- Role Delegation
- Scheme of Work
- Online Information
- 9 Year Basic Education Curriculum
Topic: -NIGERIA CONTEMPORARY ART AND ARTISTS
LIST TEN NIGERIA CONTEMPORARY ART AND ARTISTS
1. Ademola Olugebefola
2. Arinze Stanley
3. Babajide Olatunde
4. Bunmi Babatunde-Larson
5. Dele Jegede
6. Duro Ladipo
7. El Anatsui
8. Frank Oshodi
9. Nike Davies-Okundaye
10. Yinka Shonibare MBE
|Artist||Place& date of birth||specialization||School attended||Works done|
|1 Aina Onabolu||Ijebu-ode in 1882||Art educator&painter||England and paris||Portrait of Rt.Rev.Oluwole,A chief,Mrs.S.Savage|
|2.Prof.Akinola Lasekan||Owo in 1916-1972||Painter and cartoonist||Hammer smith school of art England||Market scene,a Yoruba,a Yoruba girl,Nigerian soldier etc|
|3.Jimoh Akolo||Egbe in 1935||Painter& art educator||Nigeria college of art science&Tec. Zaria||Talking drum,dye-pit,Yoruba dancers etc|
|4.Prof.Ben Enwonwu||Onitsha in 1921||Painter&Sculpture||New cross,oxford,London,Los Angeles||Status of queen Elizabeth sitting on a throne out side house of rep. lagos,Awakening,statue of sango(PHCN,Hq. Lagos)|
|5 Mrs.Etso Ugbodaga||Benin||Painter,art educator||London||Mother earth,turning point,the mosque|
|6.Chief Afi Ekong||Calabar in 1930||Painter,fashion designer||London||The meeting,Yoruba mask,the two friends etc|
|7.Bruce Onobrakpeya||Ughelli in 1932||Print maker&painter||NCAST zaria||Ahwaire andEnemu(painting),Ufeto(deep etching)etc|
|8.Lamidi Fakeye||Ila orangun in 1925||Traditional wood carver||Nigeria,Paris||House posts,wooden doors,panels,status etc|
|9.Prof.Wangboje i.s||Edo state in 1930-1997||Graphic artist,painter,Art educator||Nigeria,USA,New York||Two women,Romance of head lord etc|
|10.Grillo Yusuf||Lagos in 1934||Painter,Art educator||NCAST zaria,Britain||Two Yoruba women,mother&child|
|11.Dr.Ladi Kwali||Kwali in 1924-1984||Potter||Nigeria||Pots|
|12.Uche Okeke||Kaduna in 1933||Painter&sculptor||NCAST zaria||Beautiful Nza(print),Almajiri (sculpture) etc|
|13.Felix Ekeada||Imo State in 1934||Graphic Artist ,Art Educator||America||Doli- doli ,Ebube Eze, Mourners.|
|14.Demas Nwoko||Delta State in 1935||Sculptor, Painter, an architector, and Costume/Stage designer.||NCAST Zaria, France||Leopard, Beggar, Mother and Child ,Bathing women|
|15.Ben Ekanem||1940||Sculptor||Ahmadu Bello University ,Zaria||Queen Amina, Durbar Horsemen ,The wounded Soldier , the bust of chief Okon Eyo Etuk|
|16.Ogbonnaya Nwagbara||Abia State in 1936-1985||Art Educator||NCAST Zaria||Mother Goat and Child|
|17.Gani Odutokun||Ghana in 1946 -1995||Painter ,mosaicist ,Graphic designer , Book illustrator||Ghana ,Nigeria||Freedom Cries , Exodus, Current of Change ,Two words : Here and There|
|18.Jerry Buhari||Kaduna State in 1959||Painter||Ahmadu Bello University,Zaria||Dream Landscape, Sun Flower , Serenity , Flowers of Hope ,Lover of Flowers ,Global Village , Rape.|
|17.Obiora Udechukwu||Anambra State in 1946||Painter, Graphic Artist, Poet, and Art Educator ,||Ahmadu Bello University ,Zaria . University of Nigeria,Nsukka||Refugee Family , Rigth on brother.|
|19.Lucas Bentu||Jos,Plateau State in 1938||Painter,Art Educator||Ahmadu Bello University||Meeting of Two Giants, The Carelees Driver and The Dream , Faith and Red Dancer|
Income Generation through Art:-
How to Generate Income through Contemporary Art Work
- Sale of works. The government can acquire artworks from the artists through her agencies – the National Gallery of Art (NGA) and the National commission for Museums and Monuments and sell to the general public at her own time.
- Sales during exhibitions.
- Through taxes on sold artworks within and outside the country.
- The designing and printing of seasonal cards and other related items.
- Through commissions, artists can preserve their works for sale at National Galleries , Ministries of Art and Cultural Information. After sales, commission will be saved.
The topic is presented step by step
The class teacher revises the previous topics
He introduces the new topic
The class teacher allows the pupils to give their own examples and he corrects them when the needs arise
- What does contemporary art mean?
- Mention five contemporary Nigerian artists.
- Explain any two of the above.
- In what ways can art generate income?
- Aina Onabolu is a popular——-
( a)art educator ( b)sculptor ( c)print maker ( d)wood carver
- Which of these artist is renowned for pottery works?
( a)late Dr. (Mrs.) Ladi Kwali b) Lamidi Fakeye c)Uche Okeke d)Mrs Ali Adu
3.The famous metal sculpture called Anyanwu placed at the entrance of the National Museum Lagos was made by
(a)Ben Osawe (b) Ben Enwonwu (c) Lasisi Osunde (d)Uche Okeke
4.——- is the father of Nigerian contemporary art
(a) Lamidi Fakeye (b)Yusuf Grillo (c) Aina Onabolu (d) Dele Jegede
- One of these is famous for oil painting and bead work
(a)Jimoh Buraimoh (b)Uche Okeke (c)Lamidi Fakeye (d) Late Dr.(Mrs) Ladi Kwali
- Mention and explain five contemporary Nigerian artists.
- Explain three ways by which art can generate money.
The class teacher wraps up or concludes the lesson by giving out short notes to summarize the topic that he or she has just taught.
The class teacher also goes round to make sure that the notes are well copied or well written by the pupils.
He or she does the necessary corrections when and where the needs arise.
Read about DRAWING AND SHADING in preparation for the next lesson