Thank you. Not much has changed or is likely to change in the way I live – a simple life devoted to literary creativity. But that’s if it’s entirely in my powers to determine what happens in my life, which isn’t the case, as with everyone else.
Expect electrifying performances at MUSON Festival Gala 2017, says Nwokedi
I can only say that music is music and the only thing is that we have great talent in Nigeria and if given the opportunity to develop, I think we are comparable to anyone you can find anywhere in the world.
Omeike tasks writers on repositioning their works to earn money
Julie Agnes Omeike, author of Iye, recently stated that her NGO, Talent Empowerment Programme (TEP), is working out ways to make writers earn good money from their works.
Don Pedro: it’s tough going into publishing, but no regrets
In a sense, my getting involved with setting up, managing National Point weekly in partnership with other public interest journalists and activists including originally, late Oronto Douglas was inevitable.
Censors board seizes uncensored films in Benin City
The National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) has seized uncensored and unclassified films and video works, including pornographic films, valued at millions of naira in Benin City.
Nneji, the fluid man and his peers
Male visual artists seem to be everywhere, but keen observers agree that women are beginning to take their rightful place in Nigeria’s contemporary art space.
Ezenwanebe: Feminism projects African women in bad light
Osita Catherine Ezenwanebe is an Associate Professor, Creative Arts, University of Lagos, and a Visiting Professor and Senior Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence at the Department of English...
Udoka: Our masquerades, dances encapsulate our experiences
National Troupe last performed Mbarra in December 2001 and January 2002. With a major theme on urban-rural drift, Mbarra, a dance drama, is today apt, going by what is happening in the country.
Oladigbolu: Why film practitioners trying to break into Hollywood haven’t had much success
Rahman Oladigbolu, based in Boston, U.S., is a writer and filmmaker best known in the continent for winning the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) 2015, for Best Film by An African Living Abroad with his debut In America.