Dr. Timothy Crentsil

Staff Grade: 
Education: 
  • PhD. (Art Education), Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), 2015
  • M.A   Art Education, KNUST-  Ghana
  •  B.A Art Textiles, KNUST – Ghana
Teaching Areas: 
  • Textiles(Dyeing, printing and Design)
  • Art Education( Art Administration, Art Management,  Entrepreneurship in Art and TVET)
Experience: 
  • Event Coordinator: 2013 Exhibition and Fashion Show of the Fashion and Textiles Studies Department held at the New Great Hall, Kumasi Polytechnic to Showcase HND Three Students’ Fashion and Textiles Collections; 6th -10th May 2013.
  • Programme Coordinator: Committee on introducing BTech. Fashion Design and Modelling at Kumasi Polytechnic
  • Project Intermediary: Consultancy Services to Council for Technical, Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) •    Associate Pastor: Calvary Charismatic Centre (CCC), Atonsu Branch, Kumasi
Conferences Attended: 

Conference Papers

  • Crentsil, T., Osei-Poku, P. and Frimpong, C. (2015). Campus Companies: Harnessing the Potential of Fashion and Textiles Production Units in Ghanaian Polytechnics for Income Generation. 2nd International Conference on Applied Sciences and Technology, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi. 28th-30th October 2015.
  • Nyarko, M. O., Essuman, M. A, Peligah, Y. S., and Crentsil, T. (2014) Garment Designing Process – Kumasi Polytechnic Experience.

Workshops/Seminars

  • Participant: Short Course in Data Management and Analysis organised by the Mathematics and Statistics Department under the auspices of the Business Development Unit, Kumasi Polytechnic. July 2013
  • Participant: 2013 Exhibition and Fashion Show of the Fashion and Textiles Studies Department held at the New Great Hall, Kumasi Polytechnic to Showcase HND Three Students’ Fashion and Textiles Collections; 6th -10th May 2013.
  • Participant: E-Resources Workshop organised by the Kumasi Polytechnic Library. 25th -26th June 2013
  • Participant: Ethical Fashion Initiative Outreach Workshop held on the 28th of March 2013, at the Miklin Hotel, Kumasi. The Ethical Fashion Initiative Ghana Project was a joint effort between Switzerland’s State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), the International Trade Centre (ITC) and the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI) - Ghana
  • Participant: Sensitization Workshop on the Importation of African Textile Prints organized by the Vetting Committee under the auspices of the Ministry of Trade and Industry in Ashanti Region; 28th August, 2013, Prempeh Assembly Hall, Kumasi.
Publications: 
  1. Nyarko, M. O., Morttey-Bayuko, T., Crentsil, T. (2015). The Use of Fashionable Images and Religious Symbols in Contemporary Christian Advertisement. International Journal of Advanced Research. Vol. 3, Issue 30, 87-93.
  2. Nyarko, M. O., Morttey-Bayuko, T., Crentsil, T., (2014), The use of Fashionable Images and Religious Symbols in Contemporary Christian Advertisement;  International Journal of Advance Research (IJAR)