Unlocking culture debate… loud in Ile-Ife
The appreciation of cultural and natural endowments scattered across the country has been identified as the pathway to Nigeria’s resurgence economically and morally.
At CEC meeting, safe haven for creative industry top agenda
For the first time since inception, Abuja Carnival was postponed indefinitely last year few days before take off without offering any plausible reason till today.
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.
How culture, tourism can boost the economy
Nigeria’s vast and rich cultural heritage should be strategically repositioned to partner tourism as its driver to lift the Nigerian economy.
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.
Ake… film on Wole Soyinka now in French, goes to Cannes
There is good news for the film adaptation of Wole Soyinka’s Ake which is also billed to be screened in the city of Cannes in France during Festival International du Film PanAfricain de Cannes opening on Saturday, April 16, 2016.
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.
Okotie- Eboh: In time and history
The presentation of the book, Okorie-Eboh: In Time and Space (1912-1966) Edited by Prof. Akinjide Osuntokun, at this auspicious time of our national life cannot but be commended...