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Crushing on Poet Vanessa Kisuule

  I am regularly trolling the internet for inspiration and more so right now as i am working on my new poetry album. My current poetry obsession is Vanessa Kisuule. I don’t know whether it is the way she is able to weave her words with emotions seamlessly yet delivering them with a certain kind […]

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Review Of Strip In the Sunday Guardian

  By Tajudeen Sowole Confinement of art appreciation within the elitist and conservative old space has been the ‘strength’ of art, despite efforts of different cultures to break the exclusivity. For example, Nigeria has not been short of several efforts at promoting art appreciation at the grassroots, which include competitive levels of value. However, in […]

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Open Mic Theatre Dialoge Edition in Pictures

The Dialogue Edition of Open Mic Theatre held on the 15th of August 2014 at Terra Kulture in Victoria Island and from the after buzz, it clearly was a beautiful evening of music and acting performances. Performances from actors like Tina Mba, Ufuoma McDermott and even a reading from Chude Jideonwo, was said to have […]

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Culture Diaries; Band Aid

I am really excited about the play Band Aid, not only because i was invited to workshop the play whilst it was still in development but also because i found it fresh and contemporary. I would admit that the theatre had been feeling a bit stoic and drab for a while and it was refreshing […]

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Culture Diaries;Dowry

  The television landscape is heating up and thanks to that, more Nigerian filmmakers are experiencing the chance at bringing other narratives to life with an audience to boot. May 31st will see the premier of Victor Sanchez Aghahowa’s Dowry on EbonyLife TV. A five part miniseries  about two feuding families being forced to an […]

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THROUGH MY EYES;THE WORKSHOP

Writing can sometimes be a very solitary endeavor. Well, actually most times it is. Meandering your way through the intricacies of characters lives, the things that make them tick, the motives that inform their decisions and the histories underlying their actions can be pretty intense. I feel it the same for a photographer as well. […]

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Travelogue- Across Boarders

My friend Simi Fajemirokun started an annual West African road trip last year. Whilst i still haven’t joined her on any of the trips yet, here is a little piece she did on the experience. In this era of blackberry messengers; watsapp; social media and mobile money, traveling smart seems like the most normal thing […]