Badamasi… Mirroring the IBB years on screen
Though a household name in the United Kingdom, having worked in the TV/cinema industry, filmmaker Obi Emelonye made noticeable impact in Nigeria, when he released his 2011 movie, The Mirror Boy that features the likes of Genevieve Nnaji ....
Akande kicks off conversation on her novel what it takes
To further encourage reading and creative writing among students, the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos, Akoka, yesterday featured Dr. Lola Akande, who read from her latest work....
As MultiChoice produces Big Brother Naija in South Africa: Filmmakers count losses, dearth of infrastucture
A few weeks back, Nigerians, especially those who have been following the Big Brother Naija (BBN), MultiChoice’s reality TV show, were shocked to learn that Season 2...
The gallerist Ejiro Onobrakpeya is so enamoured of the opportunity. “The government is giving us a platform,” he repeats several times.
The arthouse crowd was feted to visual art show, music, drinks and entertainment last Thursday evening at the Arthouse Contemporary’s Art Night Out, inside the Kia Showroom on Victoria Island.
One year after artists’ village’s demolition, ruins remain fresh, hearts still bleed
Later that day, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed came to the scene, addressed and reassured the Resident Artists of the NCAC Artists’ Village.
With golden feast of Osogbo arts movement, life returns to UNESCO centre
When the proverbial two elephants engage in a brawl, the grasses underneath suffer. This proverb illustrates the devastating effect of the leadership tussle that rocked the Centre for Black Culture and International Understanding....
The Southern African influence is not about to let go of the Etisalat Prize for Fiction. Even when the selection of judges has increasingly moved northwards, the sense of entitlement to the prize still prevails..