‘Visual Collaborative’ is an online catalogue that explores the human condition, self-awareness, inclusion, youth leadership and the post-digital movement.
It features people from all walks of life.
Following the success of the first issue titled ‘Polaris’, the platform brings in the summer equinox, titled ‘Voyager’, featuring 25 individuals and three main features; Grammy-nominated musician, Seun Kuti, a respected Nigerian technology expert, Chris Uwaje and Aya Chebbi, an activist who champions the rights of women in Tunisia and Northern Africa.
Concise News learnt that this second iteration of the Polaris series provides syndicated data for content providers, academic institutions and various niche communities across the globe.
In a Q & A format, readers will enjoy conversations with a Minneapolis Civil Rights Commissioner of Nigerian descent Anika Robbins; prolific Austin Texas artist and television producer Dawn Okoro who exhibited in Visual Collaborative’s exhibition a decade ago.
Also, award-winning Native American playwright Marcie Rendon, African inspired toddler producers Ashim Egunjobi and Kemdi Begho, Nigerian Ecosystem Builder Aramide Abe, including the Nigerian emerging actor of 93 Days William Seun Kentebe.
Other interviews include one of West Africa’s young emerging female politicians from Mali Fatima Al-Ansar and a Nigerian nation builder Aramide Abe.