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12 Apr 2015
As often said journalists write history in a hurry. Even in the newsroom frenzy that every journalist is accustomed to, history unfolds in breathless speed and the journalist is not just a witness to it, but its faithful chronicler.
12 Apr 2015
Classic-Contemporary artist, Mr. Tunji Lana will from Friday April 10 to 17, 2015 unvei to the world a refreshingly new form of art called LANABLACK, through an open one week exhibition at Terra Kulture, Lagos.
12 Apr 2015
Organisers of upcoming music concert, MayDay Live have stated that popular actor, model and presenter, Uti Nwachukwu will anchor the event alongside beautiful and curvy On-Air-Personality, Tolu Oniru, popularly known as Toolz.
12 Apr 2015
Former writer and programming consultant of Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) Peter Machen who was only appointed festival manager in 2013 has resigned from his position as festival manager. Machen told ScreenAfrica.com that his resignation is effective March 31.
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12 Apr 2015
The 2015 Presidential election may have been won and lost, but the outcome of the election has pitched practitioners, especially those who actively participated in the process, along two camps: those who campaigned for the failed re-election bid of President Goodluck Jonathan and those who stood behind the All Progressive Congress (APC) winner, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari.
12 Apr 2015
THERE is something peculiar about the two exhibiting artists in the forthcoming joint show being hosted at Wheatbaker Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos. Entitled Akalaka: Following Our Destiny, the show, running from April 20 to July 15, 2015, will feature the works of Tayo Adenaike (watercolourist) and Dr. Obiora Anidi (sculptor).
12 Apr 2015
THERE is frenetic drumming at the background. Suddenly, light comes on stage. Then, a litany of figures in white and black take vantage positions, as the music from the drum ensemble fades out.
12 Apr 2015
As short as the period of Nigerian modern art is, the post-independence era is full of much energy, suggesting that the emerging contemporary art scene of the country is less colourful.
12 Apr 2015
FROM April 18 through 25, 2015, mostly at Freedom Park, Old Broad Street Prison and Terra Kulture, Victoria Island, Lagos will be agog with its yearly heritage festival, with drama as centre-piece.
12 Apr 2015
filming of Shijuwomi, a post-colonial cinematic adaptation of Rasheed Gbadamosi’s book, Behold My Redeemer began on last Sunday, with award-winning theatre/TV/film director and screenwriter, Niji Akanni (Aramotu, Heroes and Zeroes).
11 Apr 2015
Prof Peju Layiwola-led project, Whose Centenary? - conceived as a forum for creative and intellectual engagement in contributing to the celebration of Nigeria’s 100 years nationhood - revisits the remnant and scar of colonialism, making Benin a reference point.
10 Apr 2015
French President Francois Hollande will step back 36,000 years in time Friday into a darkened, cool cave to admire the earliest known figurative paintings of hands, bears, rhinos and panthers. But he will actually be above ground, inaugurating a giant, millimetre-by-millimetre exact replica of the closely-guarded Grotte Chauvet in southern France, unearthed by chance in…

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