22 years after, the humanist Wangboje lives on
Art, in Nigeria, no doubt, is experiencing an explosion. And one of the master artists, who created a path for the visibility, which art now enjoys
Africa, diaspora artists converge to explore COVID-19 Through the Lens of Art
With the world gradually rolling into a new normal, 25 artists from Africa and Europe recently came together for a virtual exhibition titled, Exploring COVID-19
School collaborates with stakeholders to curb waste, environmental issues
In a bid to curb waste environmental issues, Nigeria Tulip International College, Lagos recently organised a science and art fair to provide practical solutions to some of these environmental problems.
Kanye West's Childhood Art Portfolio Valued At Over $15,000
Kanye West's original artwork created during his sophomore year attending Polaris High School in Chicago is now valued at $16,000 to $23,000. The discovery of West's art collection is all thanks to his cousin’s husband, who featured the pieces on PBS’ Antiques Roadshow. In April 2019, West’s first cousin’s husband brought a large collection of…
Kelvin Okafor: The Art Draws Itself
Most people stumble through life’s ups and downs and through numerous career choices before settling for something. Not Kelvin Okafor. At the age of 8, he discovered his love for drawing - with pencils. Although Kelvin drew “obsessively” every day, he didn’t give much thought to it as he believed that everyone else was drawing…
Buhari and the recurrent issues in Nigerian art
Professor Jerry Buhari of the Department of Fine Art, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, has raised the need for art to be given its proper place beyond speeches and shelved policies
Art drives environmental sustainability, say experts
Experts have described art as a driver of environmental sustainability. Speaking at the fourth edition of the monthly lecture series tagged, ‘Point of View’ (POV), they said art has a role to play
Art as instrument for conflict resolution, peace … from a diplomat’s point of view
Across the world, people began to look again at the links between culture and health, culture and education, culture and citizenship.
‘Many need to be enlightened on giving voice to those with special needs, particularly the feminine gender’
Affiong Ene-Obong is a lawyer, author, and poet. She is also a certified screenwriter and essayist. She has a degree in Law from Babcock University and B.L from the Nigerian Law School Abuja
Arts meets designs for a blend of luxury
The pedigree of interior designs goes beyond a one-way street space décor, it is a combination of blending elements of visual artworks with custom touches that not only embodies elegance and comfort, but also appeals to your mood and style, whilst depicting your background, history, and ethnicity aesthetically.