A show opening Friday in New York features works collected by founder Solomon R. Guggenheim's niece Peggy Guggenheim, who along with art dealer Justin K. Tannhauser came to the United State to flee Nazi Germany.
Minister visits tourism sites, begins with Owu Water Fall
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has kicked-started a tour of tourism sites in the country with a visit on Sunday to the spectacular Owu Waterfall in Kwara State.
For the house of culture, tourism to breathe again
Last week, the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture invited technical and financial bids for the execution of some capital projects in line with the approved budget for the 2016 financial year.
Celebrating the golden years of Osogbo school of art
To celebrate the 50 years of Oshogbo Art, an exhibition will hold from January 17 through 23, 2017 and will be organised by Centre for Black Culture and International Understanding(CBCIU), Oshogbo.
Martina D’lyte out with Osemekpologbe
Ebor confirmed that the songs in the album are what everybody would identify with and she intends to use the medium to change lives for the better and bless people.
Beverly Naya tasks youth on greatness
Award-winnig thespian, who starred in Amstel Malta’s ‘Why Add More’ campaign, Beverly Naya, brought fans, friends, and celebrities together for a barbecue party at Sao Cafe, Lekki, Lagos to end the year in style.
Nkechi Emmanuel fetes fans, dreams big for Nollywood
Nkechi Emmanuel of Clinic Matters gave her fans the opportunity of having a one-on-one with her. She also had a moment to thank them at a recent dinner party she organised at Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja.
Ajiboye steps out with Assurance
Singing is what Ayo Ajiboye, a Nigerian gospel artiste knows how do best and he does it with such passion. On December 18, 2016, he launched his album titled Assurance; it has six tracks. Eh had previously released two albums.
Gospel artistes thrill less privileged
Fellowship of Gospel Music Ministers of Nigeria (FOGMMON) in Lagos took time out to share the love and joy of the season with the less privileged recently in a programme tagged ‘Love at Christmas’.