Akinosho… Geologist in love with the arts
As a student of Federal School of Arts and Science on Adeyemo Alakija Street, Akinosho used to walk down the street with friends and their girls to enjoy ice cream at Falomo Shopping Centre.
Government’s failure to challenge universities, industries on research ethos bane of Nigeria’s development, Says Darah
We want to devote this year in helping to do advocacy work. We will look for an entry point. If we just say that we want to promote culture, they will say ‘ah, GG, you have started again; are you not tired?’ So, we are using...
The art Of good news from Owoyemi
The artist is the opposite of the politically minded individual, the opposite of the reformer, the opposite of the idealist. The artist does not tinker with the universe, he creates it out of his own experience and understanding of life.
A coffee table book explains the essential Buhari
The pictorial book, Buhari: A New Beginning by the photographer, Bayo Omoboriowo, captures the life of President Muhammadu Buhari, his childhood, education, career, family and politics.
50 years on… Efuru in the context of national discourse and development - Part 2
It must be noted that the community projected in Efuru is not only essentially about women playing important roles in the formation of a National Discourse.
Plans to establish Delta Film Village underway, says Ogwezzy
To redirect the culture and tourism sector, as a way of diversifying the economy of the state, Delta State Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Mr. Ernest Ogwezzy, has disclosed that government intends to...
‘Why Africa, Nigeria must court the historic diaspora for its capital gains’
Babatunde Olaide-Mesewaku is founder of African Renaissance Foundation, organisers of Badagry Diaspora Festival, and its Door-of-Return ceremony ...
Taylor on photographing minors
If you ask any of the professional photographers in Nigeria, the Don Barbers, Tam Fioforis, Sunmi Smart-Coles, Jide Adeniyi-Jones’ ...