National Gallery of Art
13 Nov 2022
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5 Sep 2021
Last December, at a forum organised in Abuja, which aimed at charting a new course for the National Gallery of Art (NGA), stakeholders in the creative industry tasked the National Assembly...
6 Jun 2021
Recently, the National Gallery of Art (NGA) hosted an art show at the premises of National Commission for Museums and Monument, Onikan, Lagos.
8 Nov 2020
The Director General of National Gallery of Art, Ebeten Ivara, has described as shocking, the news of Emeritus Professor of Art History and Criticism, Ola Oloidi, passing on Monday, November 2, 2020. In a statement titled, Prof. Ola Oloidi: Good Night Patriach, Pioneer, Ivara said, “it was with overarching sadness that we at the National…
6 Sep 2020
The newly appointed Director-General for National Gallery of Art (NGA), Mr. Ebeten Ivara, resumed Tuesday, September 1, 2020, with a promise to carry along stakeholders in charting a new course for the visual art sub-sector. He said while the film and music sub-sectors have made tremendous progress, there appears a gap in visual art that…
1 Dec 2019
Social media and smartphones have had significant impact on art world. Digital has put power in the hands of collectors and aficionados to search at will for information, as well as to choose among a myriad of means in order to acquire art.
19 May 2019
Eleven years after the National Gallery of Art (NGA) Bill was first mooted, the document, whose aim is to rejig art regulation in Nigeria, is still awaiting consideration.
21 Apr 2019
The newly appointed Acting Director General, National Gallery of Art, Dr. Simon O. Ikpakronyi, has vowed to return the parastatal to its former glory.
31 Mar 2019
Dr. Simon O. Ikpakronyi has assumed duty as the Acting Director General, National Gallery of Art (NGA). The statement signed by the Director of Media...
6 Jan 2019
This exhibition is the second of its kind to be organised by the National Gallery of Art (NGA) at its Enugu station. As its name implies, it comprises works of artists of diverse qualification and background living and working in the east.