‘National Endowment for the Arts will help develop our art, culture ’
The National Theatre is a national cultural icon. However, there are many other cultural icons that have suffered neglect by our governments.
Despite lockdown, WSICE celebrates Soyinka at 86
The picturesque redbrick house in Autonomous Residence of Ijegba (A.R.I) offers views that stand it out as a tourism enclave. Perched at the wooded end of Ibara Housing Estate, Kenta, Idiaba, Abeokuta, the building provides a panoramic view for a visitor.
My Sunshine, Loop: Every End Has A Beginning make COVID-19 film competition final
Nigeria’s Chioma Divine Favour Mathias and Faith Ilevbare have made the final stage of African Women in the Time of COVID-19 Short Film Competition.
Drive-in theatre, will it be drive-out after COVID-19 pandemic?
Drive-in theatres have come back as salvation during this COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. In the past few months, people have now started heading to the cinemas to watch movies
With Tokunbo, Vijay shines light on Nigerian heritage
I haven't met Olusimi Vijay Afun-Ogidan. However, the first time we spoke, he was eager to roll out his new project. He sent me his portfolio to have a glimpse of his visual interrogation with space. I saw a couple of shots, which he described as “my Tokunbo shots.”
World Music Day: MCSN to deploy technology for effective royalty collection
In celebration of this year’s World Music Day, the Musical Copyright Society of Nigeria (MCSN) has unveiled a tracking and monitoring technology tagged, ‘Gocreate App’ for the enhancement of copyrights administration in the country.
Nigerian student directs first black theatre production at Cambridge University
Cambridge University student, Adédàmọ́lá Láoyè, has made history this past academic year (2019-2020), with his critically acclaimed production of Danai Gurira’s The Convert, at Cambridge’s famed ADC Theatre. Láoyè is a 2nd-year-student pursuing a degree in Politics and International Relations student at Wolfson College, Cambridge has made significant contributions to the dramatic and comedic scene…
22 years after, the humanist Wangboje lives on
Art, in Nigeria, no doubt, is experiencing an explosion. And one of the master artists, who created a path for the visibility, which art now enjoys