Art scholars, visual artists and stakeholders in the plastic art have called on government to formulate policies that will protect the profession.
Worried about the absence of fun and fanfare that characterise Children’s Day celebration in many Lagos State schools on May 27 of every year, Sterling Homes...
8 Jan 2020
Arts and culture appreciation in the country suffered a loss when the demise of Chief (Mrs.) Aino Oni-Okpaku was announced. Oni-Okpaku, a Swedish, who married a Nigerian, was the proprietress of one Nigeria’s oldest arts and culture outlets, Quintessence, in Lagos.
22 Sep 2019
For the Lagos visual art scene, this period seems to be the best time to be an artist, as shows are holding at regular intervals across the city.
11 Sep 2017
As the market for sustainable design and construction begins to grow, stakeholders in the construction, academic and built environment have advocated increased...
13 Jun 2016
Days after the collapsed of Makoko Floating School, which many believed succumbed to boisterous wind and eventually collapsed, A Nigerian architect ...
5 Jun 2016
Europe-based artist-architect, Ola-Dele Kuku and architect, Kunle Adeyemi, have placed Nigeria on the map of global creativity at the prestigious Venice Architecture Biennale.