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Prof. Esekong Hutton Andrew-Essien

professor
Theatre and Media Studies
esekongh@unical.edu.ng

A scholar of visual and performing arts in constar search of synergies that would facilitate Development communication from local and global perspectives; professes of Scenography and Carnival Arts, Consultant of Cultural Tourism and a stakeholder in various mentorship programmes for the Nigerian youth

Andrew, Esekong. “Classical African Arts: Remodeling the Base of Contemporary Theatre Practice.” Sankofa: Journal of the Humanities 1.1 (June, 2003): 48 – 74 www.sankofajournal.org/index.php/snakofa.


Andrew, Esekong. “Arts, Religion and the New Social Order: Emerging Trends in Mediation in an Age of Globalization.” Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research


Andrew, Esekong. “Visual and Theatrical Elements in Two Emerging Nigerian Carnivals.” Critical Interventions: Journal of African Art History and Visual Culture 6. (Spring, 2010): 62 – 76. www.aachron.com/editions/critical...index.php.


Andrew, Esekong. “Colour Blocking: Disregarding Traditional Artistic Colour Harmonies or Promoting Post-Modernist Expressionism?” Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research 10.3 (September, 2013): 148 – 160. www.ajol.info/index.php/lwati


Andrew, Esekong and Elizabeth Andrew-Essien. “Arts, Tourism and the Environment: An Overview of Critical Intersections in Nigeria”. Mediterranean Journal of Social Science 4.6 (July 2013): 275 – 284. www.mcser.org/journal/index.php/mjss.


Andrew, Esekong. “Aesthetic and Utilitarian Considerations in Design Evaluation for Theatre Productions.” Arts and Design Studies 23 (2014): 1 – 5. www.iiste.org.


Andrew, Esekong, Chris Agibe and Emmanuel Eneh “Technical Improvisations for Carnival Float Robotics: A Study of Passion 4 Designs in Carnival Calabar 2008 – 2012.” Management Science and Engineering. 8.2 (2014): 21 -32. www.cscanada.net/index.php/mse.


Andrew, Esekong. “Configurations of the African Masks: Form, Functions and the Transcendental.” Cross Cultural Communications 10.4 (2014): 218 – 223. www.cscanada.net/index.php/ccc.


Andrew, Esekong. “Essential Elements of Spatial Definition in Theatre Architecture.” Arts and Design Studies 32 (2015): 1 – 4. www.iiste.org .


Andrew, Esekong. “Production Elements of Design in Dramatic Composition”. Focus on Theatre 2.3. (April, 2001): 11 – 24.


Andrew, Esekong. “Integrating World Civilizations Through Multi-Polar Communications.” Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities. 3.2 (2002): 136-148.


Andrew, Esekong. “Staging the Two and Three-Dimensional in Wole Soyinka’s The Beatification of Area Boy”. Focus on Theatre. 3.2 (August, 2002): 153 – 163.


Andrew, Esekong. “Linearity Versus Contiguity: Examining the Perception of Time and Space in Ibibio Culture, Nigeria.” JOTAMS - A Journal of Theatre and Media Studies 1.1 (April, 2015): 1- 5.


Nwamuo, Chris and Esekong Andrew. “Complexities in the Development of the Nigerian Youth.” Theatre Studies Review 4.1 (January, 2004): 79 – 91.


Andrew, Esekong. “The Dynamics and Prospects of Arts and Crafts in Ibibio.” The Parnasus: University of Uyo Journal of Cultural Research. 1.2 (June, 2005): 250 – 258.


Andrew, Esekong. “The Restrictions of the Modern Proscenium Stage on Traditional African Values.” Cajolis – Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies vii.2 (December, 2004): 114 – 127.


Andrew, Esekong. “Contemporary Dimensions of Interaction between Art and Technology: Implications for Stage and Media Designs.” Global Journal of Humanities 5.1 and 2 (2006): 31 – 34. (AJOL(UK) http://www.inasp.info/ajol).


Andrew, Esekong. “The Primitive in the Contemporary: Recurrent Socio-Cultural Issues in Ene-Henshaw’s Medicine for Love.” Waclaals 2.1 (April, 2005): 147-160.


Andrew, Esekong. “From Nudity to Nudity: Costume Evolution in the Context of Nationalism, Fashion and Personal Taste.” Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities 6.1 (January, 2005): 134 – 145.


Andrew, Esekong. “The Influences of Indigenous Occupations on Theatre Practice in Africa.” Journal of Arts and Humanities 4.1 (2007): 84 – 89.


Andrew, Esekong. “Perception Modes and Theories: Effects on Visual, Aural and Temporal (Time) Elements of Theatre Design.” Global Journal of Humanities 6.1 and 2 (2007): 11 – 16. (AJOL(UK) http://www.inasp.info/ajol).


Andrew, Esekong. “Social Justice, Civil Society and the Dramatist in Democratic Nigeria.” Annals of Humanities and Development Studies 1.2 (2010): 153 – 167. www.universalacademicsservices.org.


Andrew, Esekong and Austin Achoakawa. “Technical and Artistic Elements in the Production of Geoffrey Agbo’s “Gramma Don Do” at the Cultural Centre Board Theatre, Calabar.” JOTAMS - A Journal of Theatre and Media Studies 1.2 (April, 2016): 34 – 45.


Andrew-Essien, Esekong H. “Evolving New Management Plans for Cultural Tourism in the Face of the Global Insecurity Crises: The Nigerian Persdpestive”. Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies. Vol 20 No.1 (April, 2018): pp 82 – 96.

No Results for Research Works done

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Paper Presented: “Politicizing Representations in Theatre Design: Comparative Encounters between the West and the Rest”
1st Faculty of Arts International Conference, University of Calabar International Conference Centre. Theme: Globalization and Democratic Values in Africa. University of Calabar, Nigeria. 13th – 15th April, 2016.
Start: Wednesday 13th April, 2016
End: Friday 15th April, 2016
Cross River State Carnival Commission Capacity Building Workshop on Cultural Parade Presentation and Logistics
Cross River State Carnival Commission Capacity Building Workshop on Cultural Parade Presentation and Logistics, Unical Hotel and Conference Centre, 9th to 11th December, 2013.
Start: Monday 9th December, 2013
End: Wednesday 11th December, 2013
10th Tubinger Perception Conference
10th Tubinger Perception Conference, ‘TKW 2007’ Max Planck Institute, University of Tubingen, Germany, 27th – 29th July, 2007.
Start: Friday 27th July, 2007
End: Sunday 29th July, 2007
Theme: “Whose Global Humanities?”
Consortium for Humanities Centers and Institutions Annual Meeting. Theme: “Whose Global Humanities?” Cogut Centre for the Humanities, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA, 13th – 15th June, 2010. (Participated as BIARI Scholar)
Start: Sunday 13th June, 2010
End: Tuesday 15th June, 2010
Paper Presented: “Technical Improvisations for Carnival Float Robotics: A Study of Passion 4 Designs in Carnival Calabar 2008 – 2012”.
. 8th African Theatre Association (AfTA) International Conference. Theme: African Theatre and Performance and the Academy. School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana, 9th – 12th July, 2014.
Start: Wednesday 9th July, 2014
End: Saturday 12th July, 2014
Theme: “Rethinking Arts in a Global Village at the Twilight of the20th Century”.
2nd International Convention on Arts and Development (CONADEV 2011). Cultural Centre, Calabar. 19th – 20th September, 2011.
Start: Monday 19th September, 2011
End: Tuesday 20th September, 2011
C-Change workshop on the Integration of Social and Behavioural Change Communication Training into Tertiary School Curriculum
2. C-Change workshop on the Integration of Social and Behavioural Change Communication Training into Tertiary School Curriculum in Nigeria, 16th -17th February, 2011 at Abuja.
Start: Wednesday 16th February, 2011
End: Thursday 17th February, 2011
C-Change Social and Behavioral Change Communication (SBCC) Training
C-Change Social and Behavioral Change Communication (SBCC) Training, Abuja, 11th – 16th July, 2011.
Start: Monday 11th July, 2011
End: Saturday 16th July, 2011
Paper Presented: “Evolving New Management Plans for Cultural Tourism in the Face of the Global Security Crises: The Nigerian Perspective”
Association for Tourism Development in Nigeria (ATDiN) 2014 Annual Conference. Theme: “Transforming the Tourism Industry in Nigeria”, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 7th – 9th, September, 2014.
Start: Sunday 7th September, 2014
End: Tuesday 9th September, 2014
Paper Presented: “Colour Blocking: Disregarding Traditional Artistic Colour Harmonies or Promoting Post-Modernist Expressionism? Under panel 11: Postmodernism and Alternative Global Narratives.
Society of Nigeria Theatre Artists (SONTA) Silver Jubilee Conference, University of Calabar, Nigeria. Theme: Emerging Trends in Theatre, Media Practice and National Security. Calabar 12 – 15th September, 2012.
Start: Wednesday 12th September, 2012
End: Saturday 15th September, 2012
Paper Presented: “Theorizing Theatre Design and Technology in an Age of Postmodernism”
Calabar International Conference of Theatre and Media Studies. Theme: Theatre and Media Studies in the Third Millennium. University of Calabar, Nigeria. 23rd – 27th September, 2015.
Start: Wednesday 23rd September, 2015
End: Sunday 27th September, 2015
Theme: The Arts/Humanities: Past, Present and Future. 9th – 13th April, 2018.
1st Faculty of Arts and Humanities Association of Nigerian Universities International Conference. University of Calabar International Conference Centre.
Start: Monday 9th April, 2018
End: Friday 13th April, 2018
Carnival Industry Skill Acquisition Workshop
Carnival Industry Skill Acquisition Workshop organized by the Cross River State Carnival Commission
Start: Tuesday 18th August, 2009
End: Friday 4th September, 2009
Ohio University/UNICAL Collaborative SBCC
Ohio University/UNICAL Collaborative SBCC Training Workshop, Calabar, 13th – 14th June, 2012.
Start: Wednesday 13th June, 2012
End: Thursday 14th June, 2012
Quality Teaching for Quality Learning in Higher Education
Quality Teaching for Quality Learning in Higher Education, A Capacity Building Workshop organized by the Centre for Teaching and Learning Excellence, University of Calabar, 12th
Start: Tuesday 12th February, 2013
End: Wednesday 13th February, 2013
Paper Presented: “Harnessing Inorganic Colourants from Indigenous Sources: Implications on Occupational Health and Safety for Theatre Scenographers in Nigeria”.
The 9th Annual Conference of Society for Occupational Safety and Environmental Health (SOSEH). Theme: Impact of Resource Exploitation on Public Health and Livelihood Patterns. University of Calabar Conference Centre, Calabar 6th to 9th November, 2013.
Start: Wednesday 6th November, 2013
End: Saturday 9th November, 2013
Cross River State Carnival Commission Refresher Workshop on Cultural Parade Presentation and Logistics, Carnival Commission
Cross River State Carnival Commission Refresher Workshop on Cultural Parade Presentation and Logistics, Carnival Commission, 17th and 18th December, 2014.
Start: Wednesday 17th December, 2014
End: Thursday 18th December, 2014
No Results for Grants/Awards Received