The writer in Airtel’s Oparah

Getting Emeka Oparah, the Director, Corporate Communications and CSR at Airtel Nigeria, a telecoms service provider to sit down for an interview is no...

Kenyan curator calls for new model on displaying of African arts

It is more than a century since African traditional art became a global field of study, but it is displayed in the Western part...

It’s celebration time as Onifade’s Araism clocks 10

When painter, Mufu Onifade, first launched his unique Araism art movement in 2006, the visual art community was not sure what to make of...

Ewebiyi refines traditional Yoruba folk songs

The singing group, founded by Ayo Ewebiyi, (popularly known as Mama Oriki), is known for its traditional Yoruba folk songs, which are blended into...

Femi Kuti, from Lagos to London

Very few youths, usually, take after their parents in the choice of career  and keep the legacy running, even after the demise of such...

Artist as an environmentalist

  As he prepares for his new solo exhibition, The Big bang, the Pandora and Flight Lieutenant, environmental artist, Muraina Akeem, tells AGOZINO AGOZINO how...

Biafra genocide: Between objectivity and denials

Biko Agozino, a Professor of Sociology and African Studies, Virginia Tech, reviews a new book on the civil war, written and edited by Nigerian...

Chukwu exhibits UNIBEN art school stuff

Sunday Chika Chukwu, a final year student of the Department of Fine and Applied Art, University of Benin (UNIBEN), is yet to graduate but...

Repairing Nigeria’s Amalgamation House for tourism

The house in Ikot Abasi, Akwa Ibom State, where Lord Frederick Lugard crafted the amalgamation of the Southern and Northern protectorates to make Nigeria...

Gallery of tribute as artistes fete WS@82 with forest theatre

Novelists, poets, academia and well-wishers converged on Abeokuta, recently, to celebrate and shower encomiums on Wole Soyinka, a renowned Professor of Comparative Literature, Nobel...