This was contained in a press release by Ndubueze Ejiofor, the Head of Public Affairs of the polytechnic on Tuesday in Lagos.
The statement reads that the ceremony is slated to hold on Wednesday, Nov. 25 at Yusuf Grillo Auditorium by 10 a.m. and expected to have eminent personalities gracing the occasion.
It says special guests of honor include Mrs. UzamatAkinbile – Yusuf, Lagos Commissioner for Tourism, Art & Culture, and Mr. Innocent Chukwuma, Regional Director, Ford Foundation, West Africa.
The museum, a project supported by Ford Foundation is housed inside the basement of Yabatech School of Art, Design, and Printing, reputed to be the oldest Art School in Nigeria.
The statement indicates that the school over the years has served as a socio-cultural hub for students and teachers of art alike.
Aside from the unveiling of the museum, other key features at the ceremony include the presentation and launch of a YCT Policy on Sexual Harassment and Gender-Based Violence.
Another showcase Exhibition titled: All in the Eye will also feature as part of the ceremony, it says.