Aisha Augie-Kuta

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Aisha Augie-Kuta (ti a bi ni ọjọ kẹrinla oṣu kẹrin ọdun 1980) jẹ oluyaworan ati oṣere fiimu ti orilẹ-ede Naijiria ti o da ni Ilu Abuja . [1] [2] Arabinrin naa ni Hausa lati ijoba ibile Argungu ni ariwa Nigeria. [3] O gba ẹbun naa fun Oluṣọọda Ẹlẹda ti ọdun ni ọdun 2011 The Future Awards .  . Augie-kuta ni Onimọnran Pataki ti isiyi (Ọgbọn Awọn ibaraẹnisọrọ oni nọmba) si Minisita fun Iṣuna-owo ati Eto Ilu. Ṣaaju si eyi o jẹ Oluranlọwọ pataki pataki fun Gomina ti Ipinle Kebbi, Nigeria lori Media Titun. Augie-Kuta ṣe itọsọna ọpọlọpọ awọn ipilẹ idagbasoke fun agbawi ti ọdọ ati ifiagbara fun awọn obinrin kaakiri Nigeria.

Igbesiaye[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

A bi Aisha Adamu Augie ni Zaria, Ipinle Kaduna, Nigeria, [1] Augie-Kuta jẹ ọmọbinrin oloogbe Senator Adamu Baba Augie (oloselu / olugbohunsafefe), ati Onidajọ Amina Augie (JSC). Augie-Kuta bere si ni nifẹ si fọtoyiya nigbati baba rẹ fun u ni kamẹra ni ọdọ.

Augie-Kuta gba oye oye ni Mass Communication lati Ile- ẹkọ giga Ahmadu Bello, Zaria ati pe o n kawe fun MSc ni Media ati ibaraẹnisọrọ ni Pan African University, Lagos.[4] O ti wa ni ile oko osi ti bi awọn ọmọ mẹta.[5] Augie-Kuta ni awọn iwe-ẹri ninu ṣiṣe fiimu oni-nọmba lati Ile- ẹkọ giga Fiimu Tuntun ti New York ati titọju awọn ifihan aworan asiko lati ọdọ Chelsea College of Arts, London, UK.

Augie-Kuta di alabaṣẹpọ fun Nigeria Leadership Initiative (NLI) ni oṣu Karun ọdun 2011. O tun jẹ igbakeji aare ti Awọn Obirin oni Fiimu ati Telifisonu ni Nigeria, ipin ti Iwọ-oorun Afirika ti nẹtiwọọki ti o da lori AMẸRIKA. O ṣe agbekalẹ Photowagon, apapọ fọtoyiya ti Naijiria, ni ọdun 2009. [6]

Ni ọdun 2010, Augie-Kuta wa, pẹlu awọn obinrin Naijiria aadota miiran, ninu iwe kan ati aranse fun awọn ayẹyẹ 50 @ 50 ti orilẹ-ede ti o ni atilẹyin nipasẹ Awọn Obirin fun Change Initiative.

Ni ọdun 2014, Augie-Kuta ṣe iṣafihan fọtoyiya adashe akọkọ rẹ, ti a pe ni Alternate Evil . [7]

O ti ṣe awọn ifunni si idagbasoke ọmọdebinrin / idagbasoke ọmọde ati kikọ orilẹ-ede. O ti jẹ oluṣeto loorekoore ni apejọ ọdọọdun ti awọn oluyaworan, Nigeria Photography Expo & Conference; onimọran ati agbọrọsọ ni ọpọlọpọ awọn iṣẹlẹ; i pe o ti sọ ni awọn iṣẹlẹ TEDx ni Nigeria. [8]

Augie-Kuta ti bura gẹgẹ bi Igbimọ Alagba Awọn Obirin giga ti UNICEF lori Ẹkọ pẹlu idojukọ lori awọn ọmọbirin ati ọdọbinrin. [9]

Ni ọdun 2018, Augie-Kuta ni aṣaaju aṣaaju fun eka wiwo Visual Arts ti Naijiria ti o pade pẹlu Royal Highness Charles, Prince of Wales ni Igbimọ Ilu Gẹẹsi ni Eko. [10]

Augie-Kuta ni oloselu obinrin akọkọ lati dije fun ile aṣaaju-ọna awọn aṣaaju labẹ ẹgbẹ nla kan fun Argungu-Augie Federal Constituency ni Ipinle Kebbi, Nigeria. Augie-Kuta jẹ oluranlọwọ igbagbogbo ni apejọ ọdọọdun ti awọn oluyaworan, Apewo fọtoyiya Nigeria & Apejọ; igbimọ ati agbọrọsọ ni ọpọlọpọ awọn iṣẹlẹ; ati pe o ti sọ ni awọn iṣẹlẹ TEDx ni Nigeria.

O ṣiṣẹ bi Olukọni pataki pataki si Gomina ti Ipinle Kebbi, Nigeria lori Media Titun. [11] [12]

Lọwọlọwọ o n ṣiṣẹ gẹgẹbi Alakoso pataki si Minisita fun Isuna, Isuna ati Eto Ilu, Iyaafin Zainab Shamsuna Ahmed .

Awọn ami eye[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

Awọn ifihan[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

    • 50 Years Ahead through the Eyes of Nigerian Women, Lagos, (Schlumberger, The Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands, African Artists Foundation)[16]
    • 50 Years Ahead through the Eyes of Nigerian Women, Abuja, Nigeria; April 2010 (Transcorp Hilton, The Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands, African Artists Foundation)[17]
    • Here and Now: Contemporary Nigerian and Ghanaian Art, New York City, October 2010 (Iroko Arts Consultants, Ronke Ekwensi).
    • The Authentic Trail: Breast Cancer, Fundraising Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, October 2010 (Medicaid Diagnostics, Pinc Campaign, Aisha&Aicha
    • My Nigeria; The Photowagon Exhibits, Abuja, Nigeria, December 2010 (The Photowagon, Thought Pyramid Gallery)[18]
    • Water and Purity, African Artists Foundation, Lagos, Nigeria, September 2012[19]
    • The Nigerian Centenary Photography exhibition, July 2014[20]
    • Material culture, Lagos Photo Festival, October–November 2014[21][22]
    • Alternative Evil, Mixed Media Exhibition, IICD Abuja, Nigeria 2014
    • Countless Miles, Nigerian Travel Exhibition, Miliki Lagos, Nigeria 2016
    • Before, Before & Now, Now, Mira Forum, Art Tafeta Porto, Portugal, 2016
    • To mark new beginnings: Africa’ African Steeze Los Angeles, USA, 2016
    • Consumption by moonlight, Environmental Art Collective  Abuja, Nigeria, 2015
    • Photo Junctions, Thought pyramid Art Centre Abuja, Nigeria, 2015

Awọn atẹjade[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  • 50@50 Nigerian Women: The journey so far. Nigeria: Rimson Associates. 2010. pp. 32–35. ISBN 978-8033-05-9. 

Awọn itọkasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

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