After generating a new local auction record for modernist, Ben Enwonwu, at the last May sales, Arthouse Contemporary returns, as a test to Nigeria’s art market against the ongoing distressed state of the economy.
Accolades as Adimora-Ezeigbo launches biography, Life and Literature
Federal University, Ndufu-Alike Ikwo (FUNAI), Ebonyi State, recently hosted a galaxy of Nigerian academia and literati at the celebration of Africa’s literary Amazon and feminist theorist, Prof. Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo, to the launching of her biography, Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo.....
Gold leaf from Napoleon's crown fetches 625,000 euros
A gold laurel leaf removed from the crown Napoleon Bonaparte wore to his coronation sold for 625,000 ($735,000) euros at an auction in Paris on Sunday.
For Osundare@70: Oora o Omo Osun, Okun o Omo Oke
You are a son of rocks and hills, of streams and verdant forests. Much has been made of the fertile environment you found in Ibadan, the university town whose own seven famous hills have been made even more famous by the poet, Pepper Clark Bekederemo.
How Davido weaponises music to fight enemies
Death really does come in threes. Last month, in barely a week, three young men lost their lives after reportedly partying like rockstars, and, in Davido, their deaths were linked to a very big one.
Ali Baba, ace comedian attributes success to hard work, discipline
Foremost Nigeria stand-up comedian, Atunyota Akpobome, popularly known as Ali Baba, has attributed his success, to hard work and discipline.
Olumide-Ojo’s Pressure Cooker motivates women for ambition
Often, online, when women-centred issues come up, especially in the context of the Nigerian woman at home or work, it quickly dissolves into arguments about feminism.
TAMPAN charge FG to support movie industry, salvage Nigeria’s economy
The Second National Conference of the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN) will begin from November 16 to 18, 2018 with insights into the challenges confronting the Nigerian movie industry especially the menace of piracy.
Kalakuta Queens… Musical theatre casts a gaze into Fela’s harem, politics
After successful outings with Saro the Musical and Wakaa the Musical in Nigeria and the U.K., Bolanle Austen-Peters Productions (BAP) is making another bold step in the musical theatre tradition with yet another one on the iconic music maestro, Fela