Oluronbi the Musical, again
Venue: Agip Hall, MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos
Show Times: Friday, December 4, 2009 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, December 6, 2009 | 4:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: N6,000 General Admission, N7,500 Box Seating, N4,000 Children (age 12 and under) - Must be purchased at the door i.e., at venue at time of the event
Tickets are available at:
Call/Text 07023389642 08023799842 017415688
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MUSON Centre - Box Office
Occasions Gift Shop
Ahmadu Bello Way,Victoria Island, Lagos
Ticket Delivery: If you live or work on the Island, we'll deliver to you. Call Emmanuel at 07023389642 or 08023799842 for arrangements
Reclaiming Africa--Gerald Chukwuma's Art Exhibition
Goethe-Institut Nigeria and the African Artists' Foundation present new works of Gerald Chukwuma. The Nsukka-born artist sets himself apart by using new ways of creating his artworks. He is rooted in traditional painting styles but instead of using canvas, he uses wood panels, which give his works a distinct structure.
Date: December 5, 2009. The exhibition runs till December 18; Mon.-Fri.: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Venue: Goethe Institut Gallery
Book Presentation--Art in Public Space
Two art projects with several Nigerian and German artists, conducted by Emeka Udemba, reshaped public spaces in Lagos: “Lagos Open” (2005) transformed an entire street in Ajegunle into an artwork and “In God We Trust” (2008) saw an artistic reinterpretation of two churches in Mushin. These projects dealt with issues like contemporary society, life in the mega city and the role of faith in Lagos. To share these events with an even broader audience, Emeka Udemba and Goethe-Institut Lagos present the comprehensive catalogue “Transforming Public Space. Two Art Interventions in Lagos”. This publication contains in words and pictures a broad and colourful overview about the realization of the projects and the participating artists.
Date: 12/12/2009 Time: 4:00pm
Venue: Goethe-Institut Nigeria, Gallery