Susan Wenger a.k.a. Adunni Oloosa.
A renowned art collector and Osun devotee who's lived practically all
her life in Osogbo city creating and collecting art, and music.
The Nigerian Machine Tools, Osogbo.
Osogbo Steel Rolling Mills
Some hand works of Osogbo artists on display
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PLACES OF CULTURAL INTEREST
Given the right push, Osogbo has the natural and precedent tendency
of becoming a true African "Disney World" with her
God-endowed landscape, thick rain forest and above all abundance of
natural artistically inclined talents. In Osogbo, notable among
the many places of cultural entrancing interests are the Obafemi
Awolowo University Museum at Popo Street , Susan Wenger's studio at Ibokun Road, the Osun
groove, the Ataoja's old and new palaces, burstling trading activities
at Oja Oba or Orisunbare markets etc.
Osogbo Art Workshops
Every Year Osogbo city plays home to several students of African Arts
and Cultures. There are estimated thousands of exchange students
annually in collaboration with Nigeria's Colleges and Universities as
well as Several notable Local Art and Culture galleries in Osogbo
Some of the popular programs visiting students undertake include:
Legends, Myths and
-consisting of arts forms like: Dance, Drama, Music,
Visual Arts and Storytelling.
Batik & Tie-dyeing
Ifa and Yoruba
Religious Beliefs appreciation
-(Introduction & Comprehensive)
and Beads Works
There are about 30 Banks of different descriptions and banking
interests located in Osogbo. These banking institutions also play a big
role in the daily economic life of the city from simple individual
mortgage to big real estate finance and small businesses support.