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The Arts Calendar, This Weekend, Next Week, This Month, and Beyond..

…Compiled by Ayodele Ibiyemi

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Screen Out Loud presents También La LLuvia

In commemoration of the European Arthouse Cinema Day, Screen Out Loud and the Spanish Consulate, Lagos would be screening the multiple award wining feature film, También La Lluvia.

Date: Saturday November 13, 2021

Venue: Alliance Francaise, Mike Adenuga Center, Lagos.

Time: Door opens at 4:30pm. Screening starts at 5pm

THE STAGE

Minna Davies’ Baby Shower continues this weekend on the lawns of TerraKulture  (outdoors), on Victoria Island. Its part of TerraKulture’s new programme; a repackaged Theatre @ Terra.

Directed by Austine Onuoha and produced by @nevana_productions, Baby Shower is starring Uche Elumelu, Tosin Adeyemi,Jessica Orishane, Motunde Sogunle, Ihuoma Daniel, Joy Nmezi.

Dates: Saturday November 13, Sunday November 14

Saturday November 20, Sunday November 21

Venue: TerraKulture Gardens, Lagos. Plot 1376 Tiamiyu Savage St, Victoria Island 106104, Lagos

Time: 3:00pm (1st  Show) ;7:30pm (2nd Show)

Ticket ₦5,000 (Regular).

The audience is advised to purchase tickets at Terra  Kulture or Call/sms/WhatsApp 07082970777 for ticket and reservation or simply follow the link https://wa.me/message/73MOZMEKQAACN1

IN THE GALLERY

Art Peformance: Asiwaju: The Journey Through Revealing the Woman

Lagos based visual artist, Taiwo Ayedogbon whose work cuts across many media will be performing her work on womanhood as part of a larger ongoing research on Nigerian women.

Date:  November 13, 2021. Time: opens 3pm  Performance -3:30pm.

Venue: Tree House Lagos, Awolowo Road, (YMCA/Above Spar) Unit 1, 7th Floor.

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Book Reading: Prisoner of Fate

Akin Akinbogun will read from his crime thriller, Prisoner of Fate at the Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos. The novel is a beautifully crafted crime thriller which discusses the underbelly of society.

Date: Saturday November 13, 2021. Time: 4pm

Venue: Centre for Contemporary Art, 9, McEwen Street, Sabo, Yaba, Lagos.

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Exhibition Talk: Itinerancy

Centre for Contemporary Art will host an exhibition talk as part of Abdulrazaq and Gerald’s exhibition. The evening of performance and conversations will be based on the idea of ‘KnowMads’ which is the title of the exhibition.

Date: Saturday November 13, 2021. Time: 3pm

Venue: Centre for Contemporary Art, 9, McEwen Street, Sabo, Yaba, Lagos.

IN THE GALLERY

Art Exhibition:Experience the 2nd, by Kokopelli

Kokopelli Gallery will exhibit the art of young artists in a group exhibition. The exhibition is tagged ‘Experience the 2nd.’  The artists whose works will be exhibited are Agumadu Favour, Ekeh Onyinyechi, Opara Oyekachi Courage, Oluwaseun Akinlo, Odeyemi Oluwaseun Ezekiel, Obianeri Fabian, Aragbada Olayinka, Okolie Chukwunonso and Akingbade Oluwamayowa. 

Date: Opens November 13, 2021. Closes November 19, 2021. Time: 4pm daily

Venue: Kokopelli Gallery, 1, Bunmi Oluwude Street, Lekki, Lagos.

IN THE GALLERY

Art Exhibition: Home is Here and There

Drawing from glimmering careers in art spanning years, Bamidele George Agbezin, Nathalie Djakou Kassi, and Ben Osondu Onuorah look to explore migration within Africa and how this affects our choice of where we call home. The exhibition examines how Africans move within the continent; from one country to another, within the same country, from rural to urban areas.

Date: Opens November 14, 2021. Closes December 18 2021

Venue: Artpedia Gallery, Off Freedom Way, Lekki, Lagos.

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Book Signing: No God Like the Mother

Nigerian American author, Kesha Ajose-Fisher is dedicated to amplifying the voices of some of the most vulnerable members of our society. She knows that many of life’s burdens fall heaviest on the shoulders of Women, and she seeks to expose this reality in her writing. She will sign copies of her award winning debut collection of fictional short stories, No God Like The Mother, which delves deep into the lives of women who are expected to keep the world turning, all while bearing the brunt of its hardships at the Roving Heights Bookstore.

Date: Sunday November 14, 2021.

Venue: Roving Heights Bookstore, Landmark Center, Plot 2 and 3, Water Corporation Drive, Lagos.

IN THE GALLERY

Art Exhibition: Ìfihàn by Pelumi Ponmile

Contemporary Artist, Pelumi Ponmile will be exhibiting some of his works at the Department of Fine Applied Arts, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife as part of his Master of Fine and Applied Arts degree requirement. The exhibition, curated by Ayodele Ibiyemi will feature paintings, drawings and collage works.

Date: Opens November 17, 2021. Closes November 24, 2021. Time: 10am -5pm daily.

Venue: Second Floor, EDM Building, Department of Fine Applied Arts, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State.

IN THE GALLERY

Art Exhibition: Invisible Horizons by Austin Uzor

Nyama Fine Art Gallery in New York is presenting an exhibition of paintings by Nigerian artist, Austin Uzor. The solo exhibition is titled Invisible Horizons

Date: Opens November 3, 2021. Closes November 29, 2021.

Venue: Nyama Fine Art Gallery, New York, USA.

IN THE GALLERY

Art Exhibition: Carte Blanche: A Solo Exhibition by Olu Amoda

Art Twenty One is presenting Carte Blanche, a solo exhibition by Olu Amoda, an artist known for his use of metal to create sculptures.

Date: November 6, 2021

Venue: Art Twenty One, Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos.

IN THE GALLERY

Art Exhibition: Sense of Self by Olawunmi Banjo

SMO Contemporary is curating Olawunmi Banjo’s solo exhibition titled Sense of Self. A collection of paintings, the exhibition explores three themes: accepting self, letting go of the past and embracing present moments.

Date: Opens: November 3, 2021, Closes: January 15, 2022

Venue: The Wheatbaker Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos.

IN THE GALLERY

Art Exhibition: Escapism: A Group Exhibition by 5 Artists

Art Pantheon Gallery presents Escapism, a group exhibition of the works of 5 Nigerian artists, which is organized around the idea of life and its complexities. 

Date: Opens: October 31, 2021 Closes: 21 November, 2021

Venue: Art Pantheon Gallery, 12D, Bosun Adekoya Street, Oniru, Lagos.

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