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Photo: Amaka Igwe with Steve Rhodes at the 2006 Edition of the Lagos Book & Art Festival.
The Committee for Relevant Art (CORA) shares in the grief that has enveloped the Nigeria creative community since the passing away of Amaka Igwe, whose work will continue to influence and inspire the growth of Nigeria’s Film and Television industries.Read Full Post »
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Do you want to run a publishing company in Nigeria?
As part of the 15th Lagos Book & Arts Festival, British Council is running a workshop for people interested in setting up and running their own publishing house.
The workshop will be facilitated by Ms Sarah Odedina Managing Director of the UK Children’s publishing house, Hot Key Books. Sarah has worked in some of th...Read Full Post »
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The CORA Arts & Cultural Foundation in association with British Council Lagos, requests the participation of creative visual artists, (digital artists, graphic designers, video artists / concept artists) in the creation of promotional videos (60 seconds) for the 15th Lagos Book & Art Festival.
Participants are welcome to redefine, through their work, what a graphic montage video ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Samuel Osaze on August 9, 2013 at 5:10 AM||comments (0)|
The shortlist for the $100,000 Nigeria Prize for Literature (NLP) will be announced nextweek, according to the promoters, the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas, NLNG. The Prize this year is devoted to Poetry.
As its traditional, the CORA BOOK PARTY organised annualy as complementary programme to the announcement, has been tentatively scheduled for August 18 at the EkoHotel, Victoria Island Lagos in anticipation of the announcement.
This is the 5...Read Full Post »
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The iREP Documentary Film Forum, iREP, the Committee for Relevant Art, CORA and the Freedom Park collectively regret the passing of the octogenarian Kokoma Highlife musician, Fatai Olagunju aka Rolling Dollar.
Fatai was one of the last mainstream practitioners of the music still very active, well to his death; giving the impression of immortality.
Highlife music is a unifying genre, a result of the introduction of the guitar and ...Read Full Post »
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(Short Statement by The Committee For Relevant Art, CORA, on the event of the passing of Professor Chinua Achebe)
The Committee For Relevant Art (CORA) commiserates with the family of Professor Chinua Achebe, the Nigerian arts community as well as the entire nation on the occasion of the death of the man deservedly referred to as ‘the father of the African Novel’ and founder of the Association Of Nigerian Authors (ANA).
Every...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Samuel Osaze on March 6, 2013 at 2:55 AM||comments (0)|
An Arthouse Forum On Whiteman’s Book On Lagos
The poet and sometime painter, Deji Toye will moderate a conversation around Kaye Whiteman’s 'LAGOS: A Cultural and Historical Companion' at the Freedom Park (1 Hospital Road, by Broad Street, Lagos) at 4pm on Thursday, March 7, 2013.
The conversation is part of an arthouse forum, orga...Read Full Post »
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Jahman Anikulapo will be 50 onJanuary 16, 2013. This period also coincides with his exiting a long, stellarcareer at Guardian newspaper group as the Sunday Editor. In the last twodecades or so, Jahman has pressed his talent, position and material means to service in aid of the development of the cultural sector in Nigeria.
It is in light of the foregoing thatthe friends of Jahman Anikulapo, under the aegis of Committee of the Friends OfJahman @50, have planned ...Read Full Post »