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Dr. Victor Eson Ecoma

Associate professor
Fine and Applied Arts
esonecoma@unical.edu.ng

Dr. Victor Eson Ecoma is an Associate Professor of Painting and Art History. He is the Pioneer Head of Department of Fine and Applied Arts, University of Calabar, Nigeria. A Fellow of the Society of Nigerian Artist, Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain And Ireland. He Has Participated in International Art Exhibitions and Conferences. He has worked in Public Domain.

Ecoma, V. E. (2005).

Visual Arts and the Application of Visual Literacy. Journal of Applied Literacy and Reading vol. 2. p. 164 -170.


Ecoma, V. E. (2007).

Earth Resource in Human Development. Ashakwu Journal of Ceramics. Vol. 4 No. 1 June. p. 104-110.


Ecoma, V. E. (2007).

Art and Human Endeavours. Journal of Modern Nigerian Art. Vol. 1 No.1 p.57 - 61.


Ecoma, V. E. (2010).

Locating the Context of Art in Tourism: The Arthood of Calabar Carnival. Conadev Journal Vol. 1 Issue 1. p. 64 – 69.


Ecoma, V. E. (2011).

Interpreting Past Cultures and Civilizations through Ceramics. Ashakwu Journal of Ceramics. Vol. 8 June. p. 72 – 77.


Ecoma, V. E. (2012).

Placing Traditional African Art and Crafts in the Context of Global Change. Ikenga International Journal Vol.12 No.2. May p.15-31.


Ecoma, V. E. (2011).

The Context of Child Art in National Development: An Examination of C.R.S. 2009 Children Painting Competition. Journal of Educational Innovators Vol. 4. No.1 July. p.356-362.


Ecoma, V. E. (2012).

Art as Visual Constructs of Civil order in Things Fall Apart. Journal of Liberal Studies Vol.15. No.2. p. 83 - 91.


Ecoma, V. E. (2012).

The Critical and Prophetic Powers of Cartoons on Leadership, Governance and Poverty in some Nigerian Newspapers. International Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.8, No.1 p.124 – 142


Ecoma, V. E. (2012).

Challenges of Art Education and the Millennium Development Goals: The Cross River State Experience. Journal of Resourcefulness and Distinction. Vol. 4 No.1. p. 20 – 27.


Ecoma, V.E. (2013).

Chief Lady Afi Ekong in the Art Historical Account of Modern Nigerian Art. Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol.3, No.6. p.42- 47.


Ecoma,V.E (2013).

The Museumization of Traditional African Art: Multiple Meanings and Interpretive Contexts. kpulo Journal of Arts and Cultural Heritages Vol.1No.1p.58 – 66.


Ecoma,V.E. (2014).

Art, Ideation and Creativity: A Tool for Educational Advancement. Academic Discourse: An International Journal Vol.7 No.1. Nov. p.136-146.


Ecoma, V. E. (2014).

Intersecting Photography, Art and Anthropology in a Research Context. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, London. In press.


Ecoma, V. E. (2015).

Dance in the Context of Paintings: A Critical Analysis of the Paintings of Edgar Degas (1834-1917), Henri Matisse (1869-1954) and Ben Enwonwu (1917- 1994).


Ecoma, V. E. (2016).

The Tools, Approaches and Applications of Visual Literacy in The Visual Arts Department of Cross River University of Technology, Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Visual Literacy 35(2).

No Results for Research Works done

Showing All Conferences Attended

Art, Ideation and Creativity: A Tool for Educational Advancement
University of Uyo, Uyo 2012
Start: Monday 10th September, 2012
End: Friday 14th September, 2012
The Context of Child Art in National Development.
An Examination of CRS Federal University of 2009 Children Painting Competition Agriculture, Makurdi 2011
Start: Monday 15th August, 2011
End: Friday 19th August, 2011
Art and Human Endeavours, Alvana Society.
Alvan Ikoku College of Artists and National Gallery of Modern Art.Of Education, Owerri 2007.
Start: Wednesday 9th May, 2007
End: Friday 11th May, 2007
Standards for the Retention and Promotion of Visual Arts Faculty:
Dept. of Fine Arts, Delta State University 2005
Start: Tuesday 14th June, 2005
End: Thursday 16th June, 2005
Ceramic Issues in Anthropology .
Delta State University, Archaeology, Fine Arts Department. Abraka 2007
Start: Tuesday 9th October, 2007
End: Friday 12th October, 2007
The role of Art schools and movements in national Development.
Department of Fine Arts, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-ife 2006
Start: Tuesday 26th September, 2006
End: Friday 29th September, 2006
Nigerian Art and Professionalism: The Lull in AKA annual Art Exhibitions.
NGA 5th National Cross River University of Symposium Technology, Calabar 2012
Start: Friday 7th December, 2012
End: Sunday 9th December, 2012
Placing Traditional African Art and Crafts
University of Nigeria, in the Context of Global Change Nsukka 2011.
Start: Wednesday 8th June, 2011
End: Friday 10th June, 2011
Dance in the Context of Paintings: A Critical Analysis of the Paintings of Edgar Degas
University of Calabar, Calabar 2015 (1834-1917), Henri Matisse (1869-1954) and Ben Enwonwu (1917- 1994).
Start: Saturday 26th September, 2015
End: Saturday 26th September, 2015
Critical Appraisal of the Nsukka Art School.
Obafemi Awolowo Department of Fine Arts, University, Ile-Ife 2005
Start: Wednesday 1st June, 2005
End: Saturday 4th June, 2005
Visual Arts and the applicaton of visual Literacy.
Dept. of English and Literary Studies University of Uyo 2004.
Start: Wednesday 8th September, 2004
End: Friday 10th September, 2004
The Visual Arts and Decolonization: The Modern African Artists’ Perspectives
University of Nigeria, Nsukka 2012.
Start: Thursday 23rd August, 2012
End: Monday 27th August, 2012
Anyafulu Ugo Exhibition/Conference
Anyafulu Ugo Exhibition/Conference University of Nigeria, Nsukka 2014
Start: Wednesday 24th June, 2015
End: Wednesday 8th July, 2015
Promoting Nigerian Culture Through Kano University Body Painting (APNILAC).
Kano University of Science and Technology 2010.
Start: Monday 23rd August, 2010
End: Thursday 26th August, 2010
Intersecting Photography, Art and Anthropology British Museum.
London 2014 in a Research Context
Start: Thursday 29th May, 2014
End: Saturday 31st May, 2014
Conference on Arts and Nigerian Institute of Development (CONADEV) International Affairs
Panel Chairman, , Lagos 2014
Start: Monday 7th July, 2014
End: Wednesday 9th July, 2014
Locating the Context of Art in Tourism.
Nigerian Institute of The Arthood of Calabar Carnival International Affairs, Lagos 2010
Start: Monday 20th September, 2010
End: Sunday 26th September, 2010
Challenges of Art Education and The Cross River University Millennium Development Goals: The of Technology.
Cross River University,Calabar 2011 Cross River State Experience.
Start: Monday 8th August, 2011
End: Friday 12th August, 2011
The Museumization of Traditional African Art.
National Museums Multiple Meanings and Interpretive Contexts Monuments, Owerri. 2013
Start: Tuesday 21st May, 2013
End: Thursday 23rd May, 2013
Awarded Fellow of The Society of Nigerian Artists
University of Benin 2016 4th International (CONADEV) Conference
Start: Tuesday 25th October, 2016
End: Tuesday 25th October, 2016
The Critical and Prophetic Powers of Cartoons on Leadership, Governance and Poverty in some Nigerian Newspapers
University of Uyo, Uyo 2012
Start: Tuesday 7th August, 2012
End: Friday 10th August, 2012
the Imperative of Sense Perception and the Creative Process.
Ways of knowing in the Visual Arts; University of Calabar, Calabar 2018.
Start: Saturday 9th April, 2016
End: Wednesday 13th April, 2016
Lady Afi Ekong in the Art Historical Account of Modern Nigerian Art (SNA) Conference.
Dept. of Fine and industrial Arts,University of Uyo 2003
Start: Tuesday 23rd September, 2003
End: Thursday 25th September, 2003
Earth Resource in Human Development.
University of Nigeria. Dept. of Fine and Applied Arts. Nsukka 2005
Start: Wednesday 26th October, 2005
End: Saturday 29th October, 2005
Art History Training in Nigeria, A means to Art Professionalization or Art Cosmeticism.
University of Nigeria. Dept. of Fine and Applied Arts, Nsukka 2005
Start: Tuesday 14th June, 2005
End: Thursday 16th June, 2005
No Results for Grants/Awards Received