When: May 17, 2016, All day
Location: 1160 (Image Lab), Discovery Building
Dorothy Akpene Amenuke is a fiber artist who studied sculpture and art education at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, where she received her MFA and is a PhD candidate in sculpture. Dorothy Amenuke has worked as an art teacher at primary, junior and senior high schools, and has been a resource person for art clubs in her community. Amenuke is a member of the SaNsA International Artists’ Workshop which is part of the international Triangle Arts Workshops’ network. Currently, she is a lecturer in the sculpture department of KNUST.
More information can be found at the exhibit which is viewable 24 hours per day in the Image Lab windows on the northwest corner of the Discovery Building.
The exhibit has been organized by Lynda Barry, Professor of Interdisciplinary Creativity, and Professor Mary Hark, Design Studies. On display through June 2016.