Art & Culture

Style, as Seen through Alté Eyes

Alternative musicians [Alté musicians] have recently being enjoying a good share of media attention. This surge in popularity can be credited partly to its increased presence in cultural conversations which has been prompted by the relative successes of singles like… Continue Reading →

Artist and Curator Deolu Captures the Dilemma of many Creatives with Satirical Illustrations || We Need ‘Real’ Jobs

What is a ‘real’ job, is it simply one that pays the bills regularly or is it one where you are seen to be running helter skelter, and it seems like you are really working as you try to earn… Continue Reading →

Ise Archives Reviews Lesley Arimah's "the future looks good" for the Debut of "Off the Shelf"

By Kunmi Ajani. “Off the shelf”, the debut event of ìse archives held on Saturday the 27th of January at the Institute of cultural studies, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife, on a very beautiful note. It was scheduled to start by… Continue Reading →

How Nigerian in Diaspora, Iziegbe Odigie is Using Afro Dance to Promote African Culture

Afro dance is undeniably in the ascendancy, in sophistication and in its many repertoires. Africans have always loved to dance and have their own unique perspective to the art. This varies from one culture to another; from the Atilogwu dance… Continue Reading →

Nigerian Contemporary Artist Shares his Perspective on Art, Psyche and the Future|| Iriri by Inioluwa

The psyche is both interesting and elusive, this is why I have decided to speak on its behalf. In a bid to take on this daunting task, I looked back on my earliest expressions of the psyche and what did… Continue Reading →

Wolfgang Tillmans to Launch First-Ever Exhibit in Africa

At the Musée d’Art Contemporain et Multimédias in Kinshasa. Wolfgang Tillmans is set to launch his first exhibition in Africa at the Musée d’Art Contemporain et Multimédias in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Officially titled “Wolfgang Tillmans: Fragile,” the… Continue Reading →

Art Expose with Brianna Pippens Of BpeppersArt

Brianna Pippens ( banana peppers) is a 27 year old visual and performing artist from Washington DC. She received her bachelors and masters degree in Communication Arts and International Communications from St. John’s University in Queens NY. A self taught… Continue Reading →

Avail Yourself of this wonderful Travel plan to Calabar this December|| Explore & Create Art

There are so many places and simply not nearly enough explorations, not nearly enough explorers or travel experiences and not nearly enough contemporary content on these places, the people or existing cultures. The plan for Travelogue X is to scour… Continue Reading →

Ankara Shines as MadFest debuts in Ife

_By Okunola Tobi _ The Made Around Designs Festival (MAD FEST) campus tour debuted on Saturday, 4th of November, at the basketball court of the Obafemi Awolowo University sport complex. The festival featured a trade fair, Music, Face painting and… Continue Reading →

Made Around Design Festival (MAD Fest) to go Live in 10 Nigerian Universities.

For all visual artists, photographers and creative enthusiast out there, here’s an occasion you should gear up for. MAD Festival will go live in 10 universities nationwide, portraying Arts and Photography as a lifestyle.  MAD Fest which in full means… Continue Reading →

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