Affinity Art Gallery is pleased to announce the appointment of Moni Aisida as the new gallery manager who will take up the position in March.
Moni will work alongside the gallery’s director to advance the gallery’s artists and collections, organize and promote exhibitions, develop and maintain relationships with artists and collectors among other tasks.
Moni will work alongside the gallery’s director to advance the gallery’s artists and collections, organize and promote exhibitions, develop and maintain relationships with artists and collectors among other tasks. Prior to her role at Affinity Art Gallery, Moni worked as a Senior Marketing Associate for Art X and assistant gallery manager at SMO Contemporary Art.
Olugbemiro Arinoso, Director of Affinity Art Gallery said: “I am delighted that Moni has joined us as our Gallery manager. Moni brings a suitable balance of artistic awareness, business acumen, interpersonal skills, and a wealth of experience working in the African art industry. She is reputable among the art community and has established relationships with key stakeholders in the ecosystem. I look forward to the invaluable support that she will bring while working alongside our team to contribute to the discourse of African art and further strengthen Affinity Art Gallery’s mission on the African art scene.”
Moni Aisida said: I am very pleased to join the Affinity Art Gallery team. They run an exciting and dynamic arts program with an emphasis on education, experimentation, and amplifying the reach of African art and the voice of African artists. I look forward to helping to push further their strategic positioning of African art on the world stage.
About Affinity Art Gallery
Affinity Art gallery is dedicated to the promotion and celebration of artists who are passionately sharing the African narrative with their works. Through our diverse exhibitions, educational programs, institutional collaborations, and representation of emerging artists, the gallery intends to play a role in the support and advancement of Modern and Contemporary African art.
Affinity Art Gallery’s work expands beyond its white walls through a public art education program that focuses on schools across the country. The program will include off-site and on-site excursions educating students about African art while highlighting the history of the continent through its artists.
Affinity Art gallery is committed to spotlighting the work of its artists by increasing visibility and accessibility to local and global audiences.