Via it’s curated live and virtual events, OSENGWA creates immersive opportunities for participation in the Neo – African cultural experience.


Immerse yourself in a vibrant cultural exploration through the distinct lenses of renowned photographers Reginald Boateng and Joseph Abbey-Mensah. This captivating exhibition, held at Osengwa Stays (Bai’s House and Bamboo House), showcases Boateng’s dynamic iPhone stills, echoing the rich patterns of Ghana’s iconic “Kente” fabric, and Abbey-Mensah’s intimate portrayals of Accra’s community traditions.


Dates: May 6th – July 1st , 2024.

Location: Bai’s House, Ghana.


Co-curated by OSENGWA and the OTHERWISE COLLECTIVE, Erudite was an immersive fusion of art, fashion, music and tech featuring visual, digital and sound artists – Elfreda Dali, Tierra Armstrong, Yusuff Aina Abogunde, Donna Duke, Tomi Thomas (visual debut), Yadichinma Ukoha-Kalu, Jonathan Chambalin, Niyi Okeowo and Yinka Bernie.


Dates: December 12th – 19th , 2021

Location: Alliance Française de Lagos

Executed in partnership with KUMA Nation, Panorama was a day of dope art in a space where street met contemporary. The exhibition featured live art installations by Osa 7, Data Oh & Ohab TBJ, vibes with the tribe of Waffles N Cream, and tunes spun by DJs Fuzxy & Combs.


Dates: December 17th , 2016

Location: Get Arena, Lagos

Africa Fashion Week Los Angeles (AFWLA) is a unique and innovative event focused on bridging the gap between US buyers and African designers and artists. Featured in the AFWLA 2016 runway show and art exhibitions, OSENGWA served as artist representative, stylist and curator for it’s collective of fashion brands and visual artists.


Dates: October 20th – 22nd, 2016

Location: Play House Studios, Los Angeles CA

The Afro Frontal perspective plaits the spirit of African culture with the soul of African American society; an experience of humanities frontier as seen through the Neo African today. For one evening only, Osengwa & The Monroe Trust will present the Afro Frontal exhibition in celebration of the Grand Opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. The exhibition will feature illustrations, paintings and photography by a collective of artists of African descent.


Dates: November 18th, 2015

Location: White Cloud Gallery, Washington DC