Canvassing better deal for culture, tourism
The saying that invention is always driven by necessity captures the latest quest by the government to diversify the economy through culture and tourism.
Strengthening sexual abuse victims through artistic expressions
To provide better care and succour for sexual abuse victims, Mirabel Centre last week held Art and Fashion show to raise fund for the centre in its bid to better serve rape victims.
Rocking Abeokuta with drums festival
The maiden Nigerian Drums Festival was held in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital last week in a colourful ceremony at June 12 Cultural Centre, Kuto.
FG set to map the creative industry to boost economy
No one should have a doubt that the culture and tourism sectors of the economy need a serious policy statement.
Unveiling English as language of Egyptian gods, Pharaohs
Toluwalase Oladimeji is a computer analyst living in London, U.K. But his inquisitive mind vied off course, so to say, and what it has come up with as a result of research is as interesting as his computer expertise.
Remembering and reinventing the good old Jos
You could be forgiven, when you visit Jos in the months of December and January, and you think it is Europe, because of the climate: cool and temperate. The beautiful weather and cultural charm of the city are very bold and dramatic.
Dele Jegede’s art… where red is the colour of irony
Now we know. It is no longer imagined. It is our affirmed reality that the worlds and works of some compatriots are soaked in strains of sadism and irrationalism.
Promoting reading culture through e-library
A non-governmental organisation, City Profs Educational Foundation, led by its chairman, Prof. Grace Alele-Williams, recently,visited the Vice-President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo....