Quick access:

Go directly to content (Alt 1)Go directly to second-level navigation (Alt 3)Go directly to first-level navigation (Alt 2)

Corona Chronicles 7/10

Goethe-Institut Nigeria / Yinka Adefolaju

Sada Malumfashi is an art curator, writer and freelance journalist. He is a fellow of the Berlin Reporters Without Borders Scholarship Program.
Malumfashi is the founder of ''Open Arts'', a literary collective, as part of which he curated the Open Arts Launch Festival. He also curated the “Sembene across Africa” documentary, and the screening of Africa’s most tireless and forceful cultural heroes in Kaduna and, simultaneously, in 34 other cities.

He is currently the Project Director for the inaugural Hausa Kiswahili Festival of Arts (HAKFIFA) supported by the British Council.

Malumfashi’s fiction has appeared in Transition Magazine and New Orleans Review. His creative nonfiction appeared in the reader of the Bamako Biennial 2019, Bakwa Magazine, Saraba Magazine, and Schlosspost amongst others.

In 2018, Malumfashi participated in the “Limbe to Lagos” literary exchange program between Nigeria and Cameroon under the auspices of the Goethe-Institut, where he won the Sylt Foundation fellowship in Germany. In 2019, he won the Omi Writers Fellow in the United States.
He is currently working on a novel.
Corona Chronicles from Nigeria (blue) design @ Goethe-Institut / Oluwadara Omotoso