Works Under Fine & Applied Arts

INTERIOR DECORATION (MAKING AN UPHOLSTERY CHAIR WITH BATIK AND PRINTED FABRIC)

ABSTRACTThis study was conducted to assess the application of batik and printed fabric in the process of interior decoration. Batik, popularly known as Adire is composed of the culture, the way of life, and distinct local art and represents one of the many ways of designing textile by dyeing. Printed fabric which is known as Ankara is another art of fabric production by printing different bold, colourful tribal-like motifs and patterns on textile through various dyeing techniques. The pr...

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Apugo Uchechukwu Premium 39 PAGES (6142 WORDS) Fine & Applied Arts Project 11 Views
BATIK TECHNIQUE AS A MEANS FOR SELF SUSTENANCE

ABSTRACTNigeria is experiencing technical economic recession which has led to mass unemployment. As such, this study was conducted to assess the batik technique and how it can be applied in the process of bag making as a means of self sustenance. Batik which is regarded as a versatile medium for artists offers immense possibilities as the patterns are applied by actual drawing rather than by weaving with thread to create colourful and more elaborate designs with complex images. This has accor...

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Apugo Uchechukwu Premium 40 PAGES (6850 WORDS) Fine & Applied Arts Project 9 Views
THE DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN OF THE FORM AND CONTENT OF MODEL CAMPUS MAGAZINE: THE CAMPUS GIST

ABSTRACTThe study focuses on the development in terms of the design, form and content of Campus Gist magazine of the University of Port Harcourt to serve as a model campus magazine. The need for information sharing and dissemination in an educated community such as the University of Port Harcourt brings about the need to provide a unique platform that will circulate properly within the environment. The review of literature for the study revealed that magazines play important roles in the...

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Apugo Uchechukwu Premium 57 PAGES (9402 WORDS) Fine & Applied Arts Project 17 Views
ART AS A VEHICLE TO RELIGOOUS EDUCATION IN ENUGU STATE (A- CASE STUDY OF EZEAGU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)

ABSTRACTEzeagu is among the tribe that produces art in Enugu State. Most of them are now Christanions, yet the old traditions still have a powerful influence in the life of Ezeagu people. It is better for one to trace the history of his people and pass it on to the younger ones.The Art of Ezeagu people suffered much humiliation and neglect at the advent of western civilization. The effect was felt more on the sculpture which comprised carving and molding. Such an event will deny generati...

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IKenna Gerald Premium 39 PAGES (5443 WORDS) Fine & Applied Arts Project 681 Views
The Ugie Ivie Festival Of Beads Of Benin

ABSTRACTThis study examines the Oba of Benin Royal Ugie ivie festival, which is an annual religious and cultural event celebrated by the Benin speaking people of Edo State, Nigeria. As a communal and spiritual activity, the Oba and people of Benin kingdom mark the Ugie festivals with Musical and dance performances. Within this context, the study adopts the historical and participant approaches as its method of contending that some events during the Oba of Benin Royal Ugie festival ceremonies ...

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Matthew Kruz 38 PAGES (2500 WORDS) Fine & Applied Arts Project 1,375 Views
WIDOWHOOD

 INTRODUCTIONThe study of women as a vital and autonomous social force, as well as the In certain parts of Nigeria, the maltreatment of widows is common. In-laws and the community subject them to physical and emotional abuses such as being made to sit on the floor; being confined from a month to one year; having their hair literally scraped off with razors or broken bottles; not being allowed to bathe; being made to routinely weep in public; being forced to drink the water used to wash t...

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Anderson Ugwu Premium 18 PAGES (3843 WORDS) Fine & Applied Arts Essay/Paper 1,199 Views