Six U.S.-based artists tell ‘The Nigerian Side of the Story’
Six East Coast, U.S.-based Nigerian artists, will exhibit their paintings at Alfa Art Gallery, New Brunswick, New Jersey, on October 1 to mark Nigeria’s 57th year independence from British rule.
Okigbo conference kicks off in Ibadan
Celebrated poet and humanist, Christopher Okigbo would be remembered today in a conference celebrating his work 50 years after he died in battle in 1967.
Adire Heritage Festival… A lift for Nigeria’s indigenous textile industry
While Nigerians at home still shamelessly ape and patronise foreign products without putting any premium on inherited, indigenous products, much less raising their profiles to international standard...
How Nigeria’s creative industry can accelerate economic growth
Creative industry experts have urged government to provide structures and necessary infrastructure that would enable the industry to create the needed value and unlock its potentials for economic growth.
New York opens 'temple' to gay liberation icon Oscar Wilde
Those involved in the project said it had been 20 years in the making but with transgender rights under threat from President Donald Trump's administration and gays feeling more discrimination, it was more timely than ever.
Igbo in America to use Festival to articulate agenda
It was noted that doing so would ensure capacity building as well as enhance regional economic integration between South-South and South-Eastern Nigeria.
Unleash Your Talent 2017 enters finals
The finals of the maiden edition of the talent hunt show by African Children Talent Discovery Foundation, ‘Unleash Your Talent,’ will take place on Friday in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
25 nations for African arts, craft exhibition in Abuja
No less than 25 countries will attend the formal opening ceremony of the 2017 African Arts and Crafts Expo (AFAC 2017) today in Abuja.