Mbajiorgu: Our Scholars, Artists Are Too Lazy To Innovate
I feel blessed and privileged to be the first Nigerian to write a play on climate change. I am also humbled by this prestigious award from NUC. A lot of scholars in Nigeria and overseas have used my climate change drama.....
In Abuja, ActionAid canvases safe cities for women with photo exhibits
ActionAid Nigeria, last week, opened a photo exhibition to canvass friendly environments for Nigerian women in public places. With the theme, ‘Women Access to Gender Responsive Public Places,’ the exhibition was strategically mounted at the foyer of Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja.
The landscape of my imagination is very much rooted in Port Harcourt city, says prize winner, Jowhor Ile
Part Of My Writing In This Book Was A Lament’ JOWHOR Ile was award the winner of Etisalat Prize for Literature 2017 for his novel, And After Many Days, two Saturdays ago in Lagos.
Festival of creativity and renewal at Abraka
Students of Delta State University, Abraka, will, on Wednesday, May 31, 2017, take steps to deepen their quest for creative writing and other artistic engagement...
I’m not a great follower of fiction, says JP Clark
Prof. John Pepper Clark, who made no pretensions about his preference for poetry and admitted a diminished interest in developments in the fictional universe, made the recollection at the recent presentation of Atta’s collection of plays at Freedom Park, Lagos.
Ndiolo-Enaholo: I write to impact life, make readers learn
I actually started writing early. I began with poems, but in the real sense of it, I began to give writing a greater thought during my youth service when my sister reminded me of how I have been writing since we were in secondary school .....
G-Druz out with slow, features Skales
For Gabriel Charles, Nigeria’s emerging music sensation, the time to hit the ground running is now. Slow, his fresh single, that is enjoying massive airplay in radio stations and a video that was released recently......
I am not a Nollywood actor, says Fosudo
Dr. Sola Fosudo is not a stranger in the movie industry. Having featured in different soaps, movies and stage performances, the university lecturer cum actor can best be described as a veteran of stage.
'King Jaja of Opobo,' 'The Concubine,' loud for Rivers at 50 celebration
This is definitely cheering news for lovers of quality stage productions, as River State Government plans to stage two iconic plays, King Jaja of Opobo and Concubine to mark its 50th anniversary celebration.
Documentary filmmaking should champion intellectual reassessement of our values
Professor Niyi Coker is the E. Desmond Lee Distinguished Professor of Theatre and Media Studies at the University of Missouri, Saint Louis, U.S. He has directed over 50 major stage productions around the world; he’s a board member of International Documentary Film Festival (iREP). He is the founding Artistic Director of African Arts Ensemble in New…