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Emmanuel M Opoku
Graduate Assistant
School of Art + Art History/ART4883C Making and Meaning

Emmanuel Manu Opoku was born in Kumasi, Ghana. He received his MFA from the University of Florida and his BFA from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana. His art practice takes the form of two-dimensional and three-dimensional employing the role of assemblage, informed by western historical art forms along with his diasporic experience. He is the recipient of James J Rizzi Studio Award, Harold Garde Studio Art Award, College of the Arts Dean's Award, and the Outstanding International Student Award. His solo exhibitions include Inseparable Entities, Friedfruit Gallery, Wilmington, North Carolina; Language of Space, Freshasfruit Gallery, DeLand, Florida; A Table of Content, Constance and Linton Grinter Gallery of International Art, Gainesville, Florida; Risen Compass, 4Most Gallery, Gainesville, Florida. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Ghana and the United States. Opoku is also a resident artist and a curator at 4most gallery in Gainesville, Florida. 

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