Lottery Ticket and Man Talk Woman Talk Hit The Stage At Ethnic Heritage Centre
Two playwrights, Ahmed Yerima and Ola Rotimi, will thrill theatre lovers this Christmas season with the staging of their plays at Ethnic Heritage Centre, Raymond Njoku Street, Ikoyi, Lagos.
British Research Fellow laments decline of Nigerian travel writing, African languages
A British research fellow of the University of Birmingham, Dr. Rebecca Jones, has expressed dissatisfaction over the neglect of Nigerian travel writing and possible extinction of the Yoruba Language among Nigerian writers due to inadequate use of the language in their works.
Stepping up appreciation of national art competition
As the depth of creativity in a yearly national art competition deepens, managing the efforts of the finalists for broader appreciation appears like a recurring challenge to the organisers.
Why we’re staging The Chibok Girls: Our Story, by Oguntokun
There aren’t many artistes talking about the very uncomfortable issue of the continuing abduction of girls in the North East. The matter has remained a minefield of half-truths, distortions and outright denials and there are still people out there who wonder if any girls were ever kidnapped.
Exploring national security, stable power supply creatively
THE sixth edition of award and prize giving ceremony of the yearly National Visual Art Competition organized by the National Gallery of Arts held recently provided impetus for exploring national development through peaceful co-existence and stable power supply.
Wiley, Anatsui, Others Boost African Presence At Art Basel 2015
Artists of African descents, including Kehinde Wiley, El Anatsui and Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze are on the lists of participants at the Art Basel 2015, in Miami, U.S. The artists are showing at the prestigious Art Basel under different outlets, including South Africa-based Goodman Gallery and New York-based Jack Shainman Gallery
VisualArts:Points Of View... Bonding Kwubiri, Art Collectors
Apart from a solo art exhibition titled Mother Tongue held two years ago in Lagos, a Germany-based artist, Chidi Kwubiri has not had much window to engage his growing secondary art market followers.
With Hi-Impact Planet, International Standard Theme Park Berths In Nigeria
FOR Nigerians who go abroad just to experience the thrill of a theme park in the category of America’s Disneyland and other such places, they can now save themselves a lot of trouble and money by taking a short trip to Kilometre 12, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, opposite Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries’ Mountain Top University gate.
Studio Of Mode Presents Nostalgia
Mode Aderinokun is set to launch her third solo art exhibition, Nostalgia, this Sunday at the studio of Mode, Ikoyi. Speaking with Aderinokun, she explains that the exhibition aims to explore the derivation of nostalgia and the sentimental value of how pain affects one.
Literary Dose For Medical Students To Excel
Some medical students of the University of Lagos smiled home recently when copies of the book, The personal business Plan: a blue print for running your life, were distributed to them by the TOMEB Foundation in partnership with ExxonMobil.
Nnnena And Friends To Thrill Kids At Christmas Show
The much anticipated Nnenna and Friends end of year show, organsed by Wale Adenuga Productions (WAP), will bring people of all ages together, as they celebrate at Christmas. It will take place next Sunday, December 20 at MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos, from 3pm through 6pm