CANNES Lions has announced a line-up of global experts from across the creative industries, who will shortlist world-class creative work. The shortlisted work will go on to be judged, awarded and celebrated on the global stage during the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity...
Oris Aigbokhaevbolo is a writer and film critic, known in media circles for his film and pop music reviews. His writing career began in his final year of Pharmacy school at the University of Benin and his first major recognition as a writer and film critic came in 2014...
After years of being under, the National Troupe’s Play Reading Session, which is aimed at inspiring playwriting culture, has returned.
One of Nigeria’s most influential journalists, Peter Osajele Aizegbeobor Enahoro, has died at 88, leaving the media community in mourning.
White Square, one of the largest international creativity festivals in Europe, has named John Ajayi, Publisher/CEO of Marketing Edge, a jury of its contest.
Despite a rise in non-oil earnings, the current state of the Nigerian economy reveals that there is a massive decline in revenue. The economy is still largely mono product.
As a sequel to the successes recorded by Osemekpologbe, Martina Ebor, popularly known as Martina D’lyte, has returned with another song titled, follow Jesus.
For the second time in less than a month, Aize Mohammed Paul will be exhibiting some of his major works at the Française, Mike Adenuga Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The National Troupe of Nigeria is set to host its 32nd Play Reading Session (PRS).
World Autism Day: Puresouls Learning Foundation, Terra Kulture host art exhibition for children with ASDs
Puresouls Learning Foundation has announced that it will be partnering with Terra Kulture, Lagos, to host the third edition of its annual Autism Day art exhibition. The exhibition is part of events to commemorate World Autism Day 2023 and will open on April 2, 2023, at Terra Kulture, Lagos, and run for a week. The…
Stakeholders in the culture, creative sector have called for the enactment of a Creative Industries Development Bill, citing it as a tool that can transform the country’s creative economy. However, they equally raised dissenting voices on not making contributions to the Bill’s drafting.
The Edo Museum of West African Art (EMOWAA) Trust has unveiled plans and programmes for its development in Benin City, even as work progresses on the construction of The Pavilion, designed by world renowned architect, David Adjaye, OBE in collaboration with Nigerian architects MOE+.