AS part of efforts to educate the public on the intricacies of art collection to all stakeholders in the industry, the Society for Art Collection (SARTCOL) recently held an online summit on the Importance of Provenance and Resale Rights.
The Duke of Shomolu Productions has concluded plans to stage two theatrical productions at the Glover Memorial Hall, Lagos, this month.
Ben Egbuna was many things to the media: reporter, editor, analyst, administrator, colleague, friend, and mentor. In a distinguished career, characterised by diligence and dedication, he traversed the studios and suites of the Voice of Nigeria....
For Rev. Ime Bassey Ekanem, the author of Nigerian Women and The Way Forward, the role of women in nation building should not be underestimated, even as he stressed the need for gender inclusiveness in the country’s leadership.
Between July 29 and 31, 2021, an unusual group exhibition held at the Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba, Lagos. The first ever art show at the hospital, which is over a century old.
For 17-year-old Ayomide Fadase (AyoSays), art is not just about life, but an indispensable catalyst for connecting people’s hearts with charitable causes.
The Lagos Leg of Düsseldorfer Festival Theatre (Der Welt - Düsseldorf), which started on June 30, came to a successful end on July 4, 2021.
Concerned about the gradual erosion of culture among youths, the Oshodi Arts Gallery, in conjuction with the Federal Ministry of Tourism and National Orientation, has initiated a cultural pageant tagged, Miss Arts. Aimed at stressing beauty, arts and culture, the Miss Arts Nigeria Beauty Pageant show, holding on November 7, will be a personal development…
It was a morning of encomiums and tributes on Saturday, July 10, 2021, as prominent Nigerians, veteran journalists, colleagues; family members and well-wishers celebrated the 87th birthday of Prince Henry Olukayode Odukomaiya.
During one of my times at Leadership newspaper (I had three stints at the Abuja-based newspaper), I had an interesting colleague, Sam Asowata, who was a typical newsroom warlord.
Since the Wole Soyinka International Cultural Exchange (WSICE) started over a decade ago, it has been a global networking and empowerment platform for like-minded scholars and intellectuals both young and old.
Every film reflects the social, political, economic, cultural, philosophical, technological and artistic developments of the country from where it is produced.