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Name

Mr. Ginigeme Uchechi Nnochiri

Department

Fine and Applied Arts

Designation

Assistant Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Mr. Ginigeme Uchechi Nnochiri

Nnochiri, Ginigeme Uchechi was employed as a Technologist in the Department of Visual Arts and Technology in September, 2005, in Cross River State University of Technology, Calabar and worked with the Federal University of Lafia, Nasarawa State, as a technologist and now in the Department of Fine and Applied Arts, University of Calabar as an Assistant Lecturer from December 2017. He holds a B.A.(Ed), Textile Design in University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and Master of Fine Arts MFA (Textiles Design) Cross River State University of Technology, Calabar, and is presently running his Ph. D(Textile), University of Uyo. He has attended conferences both within and outside Nigeria and his Publications in Reputable Journals. He also has several exhibitions to his credit, both Solo and Group, within and outside Nigeria. He is a member of Society of Nigerian Artists (SNA), Arts Council of the African Studies Association (ACASA), Association for Promoting Educational Innovations in Nigeria (APEIN), the Museum Society, and Researchers International Network.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE)Federal College of Education Obudu, Cross River State19901994
Bachelor of Arts in Education BA(Ed)University of Nigeria Nsukka19961998
Master in Fine Art (MFA (Textiles)Cross River University of Technology, Calabar. 20122014

S/N Publication
Nnochiri, G. U. (2017). Adaptation of Nsibidi of the Efik people for Textile Design. In The Artist Journal (TAJ), A Journal of the Faculty of Environmental Studies, Uyo. 2(2), 17-24
Nnochiri, G. U., Enamhe, B. & Ekpe, U. A. (2012). Adaptation of Motifs from the ‘Nkugho’ Traditional Institution for Sustainability. In EMOTAN A Journal of the Arts, Benin City. 6(2), 92-98
Ekpe, U. A., Ekwere, S. E., & Nnochiri, G. U. (2012). Instructional Charts and Secondary Schools Students” Performance In Fine Arts in Calabar Metropolis. In CRUTECH Journal of science, Engineering & Technology. (JOSET) Calabar. 1(2)7-10
Nnochiri, G. U. & Ekpe, U. A. (2012). Effective Teaching and Learning of Arts: The Role of the Designer And Instructional Materials. In Journal of Educational Innovators. (JEIN), Makurdi. A Publication of National Association for promoting Educational Innovators (NAPIEN). 5(1)53-55
Ekpe, U. A. & Nnochiri, G. U. (2012). Exploring Indigenous Resources as Colour Pigments for Textile purposes. In Journal of Educational Innovators.(JEIN), Makurdi. A Publication of National Association for Promoting Educational Innovators (NAPIEN). 5(1),41-43
Nnochiri, G. U. & Ekpe, U. A. (2011). Arts Education in Nigeria; Challenges and Implications For National Development. In Journal of Educational Innovators (JEIN), Makurdi. A Publication of National Association for promoting Educational Innovators (NAPIEN), 4(1),437-441
Nnochiri, G. U. & Ekpe, U. A. (2009). Textile and Fashion Production Skills for Sustainable Development in the Niger Delta. In Global Journal of Humanities, 8(1&2),63-67

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
National Association for promoting Educational Innovators (NAPEIN) Conference, Makurdi, Benue, State.Exploring Indigenous Resources as Colour Pigments for Textile Purposes2012-08-132012-08-17
National Association for promoting Educational Innovators (NAPEIN) Conference, Makurdi, Benue, State.Effective Teaching and Learning of Art: The Roles of the Designer and Instructional Materials.2012-08-132012-08-17
The Annual Africa Conference”, Austin, Texas, United States of America (USA).Redefining the use of Indigenous Textiles within a Socio-Cultural Society: A History And Critical Survey of the Illa-Oso Festival of Uzuakoli in Eastern Nigeria2013-03-292013-03-31
The Catholic University of East Africa, Nairobi, Kenya Artisti Participation Of Women In The Calabar Carnival: An Index For Gender Empowerment And Entrepreneurial Development2013-06-252013-06-29
The Annual Africa Conference on Development, Urban Space and Human Rights” at the University of Texas at Austin, United States of America. Textile and Fashion for Identity: A Narrative of Cultural Development in the Niger-Delta of Nigeria.2015-03-032015-03-05
The annual Africa Conference on Development, Urban Space and Human Rights at the University of Texas at Austin, United States of AmericaCostuming the Carnival Calabar: An Index for Gender Empowerment and entrepreneurial Development2015-03-032015-03-05
Anya Fulu Ugo, Interdisciplinary African Arts Conference in Honour of El Anatsui and Obiora Udechukwu. Faculty of Arts, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.Contemporary Arts in Nigeria: An Analytical view of The Works of Ben Udo Ekanem2015-06-242015-06-27