PhD. (Art Education), Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), 2015
M.A Art Education, KNUST- Ghana
B.A Art Textiles, KNUST – Ghana
Entrepreneurship for art and Art Related Occupations
Art Marketing and Management
Textiles Design and Printing
Textiles Coloring and Dyeing
Chemical Processing of Textiles
Textiles(Dyeing, printing and Design)
Art Education( Art Administration, Art Management, Entrepreneurship in Art and TVET)
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
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.
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.
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.
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)