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Art meets tech at Impart Artists Fair

Art meets tech at Impart Artists Fair

There was a time African art was described as “primitive” by Westerners and seen as lacking in technical ability due to its low socioeconomic status. But all that have changed.

Art is an instrument to fight corruption – Expert

Art is an instrument to fight corruption – Expert

ENUGU – FOUNDER of Word for Word Art Movement, Mr Ikenna Nwachukwu has said that art is a veritable tool in the fight against corruption as its appreciation enriches the mind and makes it a less fertile place for the seeds of corruption to grow.

Art gives me fulfillment, deeper appreciation for nature — Aguddah

Art gives me fulfillment, deeper appreciation for nature — Aguddah

FOR Sylvester Aguddah who had worked in the corporate world for years and enjoyed life, leaving the job was like the end of the road. But, the proverbial saying that  “when one road closes, another one opens,” came to play in his life as God opened another door for him with his incursion into the art industry.

Aviation group, ART, raises concern over Osinbajo’s use of foreign pilot

Aviation group, ART, raises concern over Osinbajo’s use of foreign pilot

By Lawani  Mikairu  Aviation Safety Round Table Initiative (ART) yesterday raised concern that a foreign pilot was allowed to fly the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbanjo round the country for his election campaign. They contended that the security and safety of the country’s number two citizen should not be entrusted to a foreign pilot who […]

The art and music of Strong Oche

The art and music of Strong Oche

Strong Oche, a dynamic young artist-cum-cartoonist is a Year 9 student of Caleb British International School, Lekki, Lagos. He is a 13 year old boy with amazing artistic talents in visual art and music. His dexterity in drawing and sequential art is incredible.

France in moves to return Africa’s plundered art

France in moves to return Africa’s plundered art

Half-man, half-beast, the tall African statues dominate a busy gallery in Paris’ Quai Branly museum. But few of the visitors are aware they are looking at what might be considered stolen goods.