From architect to magazine designer to educator to curator – Atim Annette Oton


In his latest Four Corners column, Jon Daniel talks to multidisciplinary designer Atim Annette Oton. By Jon Daniel on February 26, 2016 This month, in celebration of African American History Month in the US, I am excited to introduce you to a dynamic and multi-disciplinary talent with experience of many cultures. Her  background mirrors an extraordinary… Read More From architect to magazine designer to educator to curator – Atim Annette Oton

Johanna Flores, Christine Facella and Andrea Miranda Salas: 9 Designers and Artists I Know


9 Designers and Artists I Know is a 2014 series of stories of nine designers and artists I know and admire as they navigate their world and produce art and design projects that make me want to work even harder. I repeat, I admire their talent, work and spirit. by Atim Annette Oton In my first blog… Read More Johanna Flores, Christine Facella and Andrea Miranda Salas: 9 Designers and Artists I Know

Change and Reinvention: The Art of Navigating your Art or Design Career


by Atim Annette Oton Change is one of the hardest places to get to or to do as an artist or designer, I know. Since graduating from architecture school in 1991, I have been strategic about making change and reinventing myself and career. The 1991 recession made me realize that it would be 10 times harder to get a… Read More Change and Reinvention: The Art of Navigating your Art or Design Career

Striving to be Ghana’s Premier Fashion School: Vogue Style School of Fashion and Design


  Photo of Joyce Ababio This is the seventh blog in my series, The Pulse of Africa talking with Global Africans working in Africa and across the Diaspora. It takes an inside view on Africa’s progress, issues on arts and culture, technology and opportunities in this decade. See the series here. I began this blog on the day… Read More Striving to be Ghana’s Premier Fashion School: Vogue Style School of Fashion and Design