Nneoma Angela Okorie Mentorship Awards recipient

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Play concept for INCHIKOTA 2023 3
Conceptualization of Kids engagement at SPAN FEST Artwork by Dricky


  • Building Beyond


  • Artistic Research
  • Design
  • Visual Art


  • Ghana

Nneoma Angela Okorie is a Nigerian curator and researcher currently based in Accra, Ghana. Nneoma has a keen interest in equitable forms of cultural production, archival research, public space strategies, and interrogations. Her curatorial and research practice is centred around exploring new forms of displaying and debating using visual, textual, activations, audio, or archival materials. Nneoma recently founded INCHIKOTA, a research-based practice, and a publishing framework for her inquiry into the potential of cross-disciplinary collaborations, and participatory and community-based approaches to facilitate dialogue, artistic interventions and play in framed public spaces. INCHIKOTA is also a culmination of ideas converging—a documentation of play, nonlinearity, and alternative strategies in cultural practices. 

Nneoma has participated in fellowships and residencies across various programmes, such as the ARAK Collection Curatorial Residency Fellowship, the 2021 MuseumLabs Programme and the ANO Institute of Arts and Knowledge Cultural Leadership Fellowship. She was one of the 2023 delegates for the Liverpool Biennial x British Council Biennial Connects Programme.