Peace and Unity is what artistes at the National Theatre are serving their esteemed audience.
This concert which involves not just singing but dancing with the performers adorned in various colourful costumes.
The costumes show their ethnic groups and others who have stuck to the old school apparels lead the pack of dancers staying in the front role, while the others stand back and do the singing.
Songs from the music diva Onyeka Onwenu were sang, but these artistes added another twist to the songs, one after the other they step out to rap in their indigenous languages, which gave some flavor to an already popular tune.
For the Director of the National Troupe, Martins Adaji the big picture is to send a positive message which the country needs now.
A young talented man doing amazing things with water colour paintings, before you set your eyes on this artist the work appears to be from someone far gone in years.
The reality is from Ghana, we see the beauty of water colour through the eyes of 30year old Jonathan Aggrey displayed at the Biodun Omolayo gallery in Lagos.
His painting skills leaves one amazed at how with the touch of water colour wonderful stories about a community can be told.
Jonathan has exhibited in several countries across the globe. The love affair between him and gallery owner Biodun Omolayo began online, with time he was confident that showing off his works in Nigeria was the way to.
This show is not only a celebration of a friendship but a new relationship across borders.
Using his talent as a voice and speaks about experiences that thrill the audience.
Creativity, talent and skill are gifts that can fit into anyone, proving that age is nothing but a number.
Celebrating the wisdom, objective motherly and admirable nature of women through arts is what has brought women to the Federal Palace Hotel in Lagos, for the Women Rising 2014 Music Concert and Art Weekend.
On this week’s episode, Art House will be focusing on the Women Rising 2014 Music Concert and Art Weekend
Melinda Akinlami, Channels Television’s Art-house presenter, joins the Channels Book Club to interview gifted visual artist and writer – Victor Ehikhamenor – on his hilarious book ‘Excuse Me!’ and art exploits.
Also on the show is up-coming young creative writer, Amaka Lucy Ezenwankwo.