Academy empowers youths on digital technology
High Water Art International School has embarked on training youth on digital technology. Chief Executive Officer, High Water Art International, Ms. Mary Olohijie Ileogben, said the academy prepares youth who cannot afford higher education to get skills that would make them more useful to their communities. Speaking on ‘Our Nigeria today and the…
‘How foreign concept, poor maintenance deepened National Theatre decay’
Prof. Duro Oni is an expert in Design and Technology for the Theatre. He was at various times: Head of the Dept of Creative Arts, Dean of Arts and Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Lagos.
Culture community in an evening of tribute for Floyd
The National Council for Arts and Culture, on Wednesday, June 10 evening, held a memorial in honour of George Floyd, who was killed while being arrested by the police
‘Campus radio must be socially-responsible’
As more campus radio stations continue to spring up in the country, a professor of journalism and mass communication, Ralph Akinfeleye, has insisted that campus radio must not be a PR tool
Looted Benin arts: Before the West returns them - Part 2
The Nigerian government seemingly has not demonstrated interest enough to steering debate towards the repatriation of, and restitution for looted arts.
Caine Prize winner, Nneka goes to Georgetown for Power, Language conversation
The Lannan Centre for Poetics and Social Practice will host Power and Language with Lesley Nneka Arimah, winner of the 2019 Caine Prize for African Writing, on Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Prioritise people’s welfare, Fayemi charges new LG chairmen
Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi has charged the newly-elected chairmen of the 16 councils in the state to prioritise the welfare of Ekiti
Arts of our culture interrogates economy, new space
The Green Building of Enterprise Development Centre, Lagos Business School was recently draped in arts, as over 50 artists from all parts of the country converged on the facility for a group show of young and emerging artists themed
‘How Lagos can generate N50b from coconut’
Lagos State government has disclosed how it could generate about N50 billion yearly from instead of the current N10 billion being generated. The state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, said this at the maiden edition of the International Coconut Summit in Ikeja.