Dr. Steve Kquofi is a Senior Lecturer at Department of Educational Innovations in Science and Technology (DEIST), Faculty of Art, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Kumasi (KNUST), Ghana. Dr. Steve Kquofi, the coordinator of Art History and African Art & Culture programmes at DEIST, received his Ph.D. (African Art and Culture), M.A. (African Art and Culture) and B.A. (Art, Graphic Design option) degrees from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana. He currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the Faculty of Art in KNUST. He has a reputation as an artist/ researcher/ teacher with outstanding record of publications including scholarly articles and books. His areas of expertise are diverse and varied. These expertise include cultural anthropology; history of art; museums and monuments studies; socio-cultural practices and environmental aesthetics; and aesthetics and criticism in sub-Sahara African art. Besides, he is a prolific graphic artist designing for top corporate bodies in Ghana. Currently, Steve is researching into how to effectively blend Ghanaian socio-cultural practices into sustainability and development, as well as employing art and aesthetics in environmental protection in sub-Saharan Africa.