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by Dele Jegede

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0962134902
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Dele Jegede
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English
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Spelman College; 1st edition (1988)
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Dele Jegede (stylized as dele jegede) is a Nigerian-American painter, art historian, cartoonist, curator, art critic, art administrator, and teacher. Jegede was a Senior Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, (1995)

Dele Jegede (stylized as dele jegede) is a Nigerian-American painter, art historian, cartoonist, curator, art critic, art administrator, and teacher. Jegede was a Senior Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, (1995). He taught at Spelman College, Atlanta as Visiting Fulbright Scholar (1987-1988), when he curated the exhibition, Art By Metamorphosis

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OTHER: (author of intro) M. Nkomo, Student Culture and Activism in Black South African Universities: The Roots of Resistance, 1984; (author of intro) D. Jegede, Art by Metamorphosis: Selections of African Art from the Spelman College Collection, 1988. Contributor to journals.

Selections of African Art from the Spelman College Collection. Publisher:Spelman College, Art Department.

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Art by Metamorphosis: Selections of African Art from the Spelman College Collection. by Jacqueline Chanda. Objects of Belief from the Vatican: Art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas de Young Museum San Francisco, CA February 9–September 8, 2013.

Spelman College Archives n permanent collection, showing the importance of art to education.

Spelman College Archives. College & University. Non-profit organisation. Arts Administrators of Color Network. Places Atlanta, Georgia Spelman College Museum of Fine Art. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español n permanent collection, showing the importance of art to education. The Jessica Scott-Felder performance piece last fall was amazing. and African Forecast was amazing backdrop to her work.

Contemporary Nigerian art in Lagos private collections: new trees in an old . Selection of artworks created during the workshop are illustrated in color. Jegede, Dele, 1945- "Patronage and change in Nigerian art," Nigeria magazine (Lagos) no. 150: 29-36, 1984.

Ibadan, Nigeria: Bookcraft, 2012. Each artist is profiled. Harmattan Workshop (5th : 2003 : Agbarha-Otor, Nigeria). A1N68 AFA. Jegede contends that the erosion of the traditional base of Nigerian culture through contact with Europeans has set off a metamorphosis in patronage and artistic promotion.

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