Art Management: A Versatile Tool for Managing and Developing Visual Arts Education in Nigeria
AbstractFor art and art organizations to experience growth and development, a conscious deliberate effort ought to be made towards harnessing resources to create enabling environment for success (Enamhe, 2012) such could be rendered in qualitative education where constant change occurs through critical thinking, reflection and action.
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