The second episode of the Art & Tech Podcast is Online! We speak with Qudus Onikeku - choreographer and artistic director of the QDance Center Lagos - to discuss the modalities of curating a digital dance festival and the implications of transforming live art to new media.
Kulturama brings international culture into your living room: house concerts from Buenos Aires, puppet theatre from the kitchen, or live acts from the Berlin club scene. Organisers enter their events and open them to international audiences.
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The evidence of the highly developed courtly art that flourished in the old kingdom of Benin has been preserved in European and North American collections since the British colonial period. This fact still forces Nigerian museums to preserve the cultural memory of its indigenous peoples in other ways.
Minority groups are far too infrequently represented in children's literature produced in Europe and North America. Unfortunately, these are the books available in most schools and home libraries in Africa. Enajite Efemuaye from Kachifo, a Nigerian publishing house, is telling new narratives that reflect the diversity in the society.
This podcast series consists of six episodes that aim to examine how the interplay between art and technology shapes Nigeria’s creative landscape. Each episode delves into the work and experience of a specific cultural practitioner based in Abuja or Lagos.
As part of our support and adherence to Government regulations and directives to stem the spread of the COVID-19 in our country, the Goethe-Institut Nigeria will be closed to the public from Monday, March 23rd, 2020.
Kulturama brings international culture into your living room: house concerts live from Buenos Aires, puppet theatre from the kitchen or live acts from the Berlin club scene. Organisers enter their events and open them to international audiences. Spectators can find dates and support artists with donations. Together and in solidarity through this time.