The Business of Photography conference holds April 24
All roads would on Tuesday, April 24, 2018, lead to Landmark Event Centre, Lagos, for the business of photography conference. The conference, which aims at bringing photographers, photography manufacturing and servicing companies, as well as photography retail businesses under one roof to discuss...
Helen Zille’s Not Without A Fight is among the twenty books selected for reading and discussion at the 20th Lagos Book and Art Festival, holding at the Freedom Park on Broad Street from November 5 to 11, 2018. One of the most comprehensive accounts of South Africa’s 24 year grapple with the construction of a functioning....
Save Our Art! Save Our Heritage campaign gets N20 Million
The Grove is one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Nigeria, where tourists and art lovers visit to see monumental sculptures created by world-renowned artists, led by the German-Astrian, Susanne Wenger. The unique sculptures at the site exemplify the artists’ commitment to creating art that reflects the intrinsic culture and traditions of Nigeria.
African folktales and the challenges of comics, animation production
Unlike Nigerian and indeed African writers, who have mastered the art of rendering the continent’s folktales in books, as necessary translators...
EKOIFF aims to promote culture, film production and tourism
From March 5 to 10, filmmakers and stakeholders will meet in Lagos for the 8th edition of Eko International Film Festival (EKOIFF).
CORA/Arterial Network Nigeria brokers legal support for creative industry
Artists of all categories in Nigeria’s creative industry are now assured of pro bono legal services from a top commercial law firm in Lagos. CORA/Arterial Network Nigeria, on Friday, February 9, 2018...
Conference on Ojaide’s life, literature and the environment holds in May
One of Africa’s most prolific scholar-poets, Prof. Tanure Ojaide, turns 70 in April. For nearly five decades, his literature, especially poetry, has been an integral part...
Eghosa Imasuen, co-founder of Narrative Landscape Press Limited, (NLP) has dismissed misgivings that his one-year-old company “poached” Chimamanda Adichie from Farafina Books.
Interpreting African operatic drama as Western-style musical theatre
A research scholar in the Department of Theatre Arts, University of Miami, U.S., Dr. Olufemi Oke, has said that production companies and playhouses..
Hubert Ogunde: Immortalising the doyen of Nigerian theatre
The journey to Ososa in Ogun State, the hometown of legendary thespian, Chief Hubert Ogunde, was less than an hour. Our mission was to join the Ogunde family in celebrating an icon and professional, who played a vital role in advancing the practice of theatre arts practice in Nigeria.