Open Door Series Project WS
An International Cultural Exchange Program designed for the purpose of using the platforms of Literature, Arts and Culture to affirm and uphold the dignity of man. Focusing on the youths as the future of humanity, fostering unity among mankind regardless of nationality, ethnicity and religion.
WSICE GALLERY. AN EXPRESSION OF WSICE PROJECTS
The Project WS is an International Cultural Exchange Program designed for the purpose of using the platforms of Literature, Arts and Culture to affirm and uphold the dignity of man. Focusing on the youths as the future of humanity, the ICE seeks to foster unity among mankind regardless of nationality, ethnicity and religion.
Our 1st edition premiered 13th July 2010 on the 76th birthday of Professor Wole Soyinka and had 76 stars of stage and screen walk the red carpet at Muson Center in his honor.
Frequently Asked Questions
WSICE started in July 2010 as Open door Series Project WS.
Everyone including Individuals, corporate bodies, local, State and Federal government, NGO’s.
Students…secondary/high school and tertiary institutions.
WS WINNING ESSAYS
Politics of Arts and Culture in Global Diplomacy – Gbenga Adeniji
The Greco-Roman era has abundantly revealed that the Arts is capable of achieving the unachievable. And that when that things threaten to fall apart.
The Politics of Arts And Culture in Global Diplomacy – Wakdet Lawrence
The year 2001. The month September. The day 11th - 9/11/2001. Venue Ground Zero. The event - the bombing of the Twin Towers. That was “Hollywood.” Flash back to “Nollywood”. The year, 2001.
The Place of Arts and Culture in Global Diplomacy – Chima Ugokwe, E
“Things may start getting a fare shape if in my country, my culture, on which I pride on, that I am free to celebrate my own religious or tribal festivals; I am praised and appreciated in my native dress and religious jewelries and my food is respected even when it is salty and watery;
Line-By-Line Analysis of The Poem “The Children Of This Land” By Professor Wole Soyinka – Mbagwu Nzubechukwu.C.
In line 1-5 which is the first stanza of the poem, the poet launches the discussion about the children whom he refers to as old
Analysis of The Poem: “The Children of This Land” – Okoronkwo Mmesomachi Gospel
The poem “The Children of This Land” is a forty-three-line poem written by Professor Wole Soyinka in the year 2003.
Content Analysis of “The Children of This Land” – Onyemelukwe Brandon Obioma
The children of this land by Wole Soyinka is a poem of six stanzas, consisting 43 lines in total.
We wish to engrave in the minds of the youths that education through arts and culture are the panacea to combating injustice and violence…