Leveraging Curative Art As A Business – Arinola Olowoporoku

Arin is a multi-dimensional artist and creative that hails from Ekiti State and was chosen as one of 25 people chosen to be a part of the renowned Big Brother Naija in this year’s Season 6 Edition.
Arin is a Creative Director and is the founder of two fashion brands; The Tye Dye Shop and Nola Black – which was the only Nigerian Brand to showcase a collection at the 2019 AFI CapeTown Fashion Week and was also one of three brands to deliver a fashion presentation at the 2019 GTBank Fashion Weekend. Arin also doubles as a Cultural Director and Art curator.
Arin was a project manager on the team that took Nigeria to its first-ever Venice Biennale in Italy 2017, known as the “Olympics of Art”.
Educationally, Arin has had her fair share of reading and is a three-degree holder. She finished her Bachelor’s degree in Cell Biology and Genetics at the age of 19 from the University of Lagos, she further went on to acquire a Post Graduate Diploma in Biotechnology from the Centennial College in Toronto Canada, and she eventually bagged a distinction and MSc in International Fashion business from Robert Gordon University in 2015.

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