Have you ever listened to your inner self as it speaks to you?
As the body synergizes the various stages of emotional imbalance – Art is the conduit your mind, body and spirit uses to create the flow that is you, so that the experience becomes therapeutic in itself.
Reserve your seat so that you can engage with Professor Okala as he leads and guides you to allowing your artist self to speak.
The master artist for the evening is
Professor Chinedu G. Okala, who currently serves as Associate Dean, College of Liberal Arts at Norfolk State University.
As a consummate artist, Professor Okala is a happy man and a master painter and sculptor. Among his studio competencies is a fierce penchant for highly expressive drawing and excellence in the use of line.
As an exhibiting artist, Professor Okala is a wunderkind. Having won awards from the United Nations, in 1997 he became the first artist of African descent to be reviewed by ARTspeak NY and his work has since been exhibited around the world.
Professor Okala is a deep thinker and a highly motivational and inspirational speaker. One of his strokes of genius is to enthuse you to your innermost core. Professor Okala believes that no man has a monopoly on Wisdom and has often said “I aspire to inspire before I expire”.