Registration For Miss Arts Nigeria 2021 Kicks Off Today
The waiting is officially over as the registration process for the maiden edition of Miss Arts Nigeria 2021 is set to kick off on Monday 12th July, 2021, across the entire 36 states in Nigeria.
A first of its kind Art, Beauty and Cultural pageantry being organised by Oshodi Art Gallery (based in Lagos, Nigeria), is calling on all beautiful (proudly Nigerian) damsels from 18 to 27 years of age to take advantage of this golden opportunity showcasing their beauty and ethnical pride to the rest of the world.
As Producers of the Ondo Arts Festival, the competitive contest which would synchronise reality T.V is also sponsored and supported by the Federal Ministry Of Arts, Culture & Tourism and Oshodi Art Gallery Foundation.
Steps: Contestants are expected to log on to www.missartsnigeria.comand go through the instructions provided about the competition (including Rules and Regulations), plus listen to the video profile for further understanding of the essence of partaking in the show.
Afterwards, contestants should click on the apply online button to fill the participants form online and make a payment of 10,000 Naira (registration fee) to the account details indicated inside the form.
Online submission of forms should be made for process verification purposes (which is self-explanatory).
Registration ends 1st September, 2021, and nationwide audition follows up immediately for selected and screened ladies (representing the 36 States in Nigeria) to be camped for the reality pageant contest in Lagos State.
According to the CEO of Oshodi Art Gallery, Dr Oshodi Paul, “This event promises to be the biggest and a bold statement for the Arts Industry in Nigeria to the World. And by infusing beauty and culture, expect a unique touch of class and quality from this show”.
“Brand new car plus mouth-watering cash prices to be won by 1st, 2nd and 3rd winners respectively. The registration has commenced nationwide. So I urge every Nigerian diva to take advantage of this opportunity to bring her beauty and cultural heritage to the limelight” Dr Oshodi Paul added.