Balogun: Why we want to celebrate Michael Jackson, Fela Anikulapo Kuti
The well-known filmmaker, author, musician and cultural activist, Ola Balogun, has given reason for his organisation’s decision to honour some of Africa’s greatest artists.
Balogun, Idonije, Iruoje, Solanke, Others In Afrika Bamba
Arrangements have been concluded for the inaugural edition of Afrika Bamba, a high-priority Pan African cultural event. It is scheduled to hold in Lagos on February 20, 2020 (20-2-2020).
Ola Balogun’s Iroko Band returns for Easter delight
For residents and visitors to Lagos, Easter Sunday promises to be special as Radisson Blu, Ikeja GRA, opens a new page in all-round family entertainment. The first class hospitality hub, known for its unmatched ambiance, exquisite food and recreational facilities, both indoor and outdoor, will play host to Iroko dance band, the undisputed leader in…
U.S. based Nigerian artists interpret global politics, Nigeria’s chequered history
Not Nasty, but Feisty’ is a theme inspired by recent happenings in politics in America that brought about a new interpretation to the word ‘nasty.’
Six U.S.-based artists tell ‘The Nigerian Side of the Story’
Six East Coast, U.S.-based Nigerian artists, will exhibit their paintings at Alfa Art Gallery, New Brunswick, New Jersey, on October 1 to mark Nigeria’s 57th year independence from British rule.