Art, in Nigeria, no doubt, is experiencing an explosion. Once restricted to ‘underfunded departments’ on university and polytechnic campuses and ‘overly dedicated starving artists’, it has gradually...
Ekpetorson’s Different Shades Of Being opens in Lagos
Elizabeth Chioma Ekpetorson’s solo show will hold from June 19 to 25, 2021, at the National Museum, Onikan, Lagos.
In Rainbow nation?... Aniagolu revisits Nigeria’s role in apartheid South Africa, xenophobia
Rainbow Nation? is a historical and sociopolitical account of the apartheid struggle in South Africa. Authored by Professor Emeka Aniagolu, the book provides an in-depth analysis of the apartheid struggle
Group boosts creativity in Africa with platform for content export
Foremedia Group Plc, a London-based media and entertainment provider in Nigeria and United Kingdom, has concluded plans to build the first digital ecosystem platform for creatives in the sub-Saharan Africa. Known for delivering Afro-centric media and entertainment contents across the globe, the company aims to support sustainable creative initiatives in the sub-Saharan Africa by empowering…
For Africa by Africans
African’s star is rising. The continent is taking its place on the global stage as demand for our unique and exciting contribution to the world increases. Africa’s presence is finding expression in numerous fields but in few areas has it been as pronounced as in the creative arts and entertainment. We were excited to see…
COVID-19 pandemic, still with us
Positive reactions have continued to trail the just-released short movie, Still With Us.
Success Soul Shakes... A thought on poverty, wealth
Success Soul Shakes is a practical book written to wean readers of the poorly perceived notion of poverty, wealth and failure, especially in Africa.
Why Africans should preserve heritage, by Akindele, others
At a forum to mark this year’s African World Heritage Day in Lagos, Chief Executive, Platform Capital, Dr. Akintoye Akindele, underscored the importance of spreading and sustaining African heritage, which, he noted, is gradually going into extinction.
PEN endorses Ben Okri’s presidential bid
That PEN Nigeria will fully participate in the 87th extraordinary Congress of PEN International scheduled to hold between September 20 and 25, 2021, which would also double as the centenary celebration of PEN International.