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Tam Fiofori

12 Jun
The Committee for Relevant Art (CORA) & iREP International Documentary Film Forum will hold an ArtHouse Forum to celebrate the essence(s) of Tam Fiofori, as he becomes an Octogenarian.
18 Aug 2019
In its second edition, Creative Photography Masterclass 2019 began yesterday at Thought Pyramid Art Centre, Ikoyi, Lagos. It will end on August 23, 2019‬ . Described as one of the most elite photography workshops in Africa, the masterclass is distinguished by its top-caliber faculty of facilitators.
26 Oct 2016
The recent launch of Mr. Maxim Uzor Uzoatu’s two plays, Doctor of Football and A Play of Ghosts Lagos, provided a moment for the reappraisal of theatre practice in the country.
5 Jun 2016
The book, A Benin Coronation: Oba Erediauwa by Tam Fiofori, paints a poetically enchanting picture of the March 1979 crowning ceremonies of Oba Erediauwa as the 38th Oba of the Benin Kingdom.

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