Monthly Archives: August 2020

The problem at the Baobab Lounge is how the art is displayed

Editor-in-chief | Morning news from the savannah Editorial page editor Adam Van Brimmer recently wrote a column on the Baobab Show at Plant Riverside, noting that subject matter experts are needed to provide context on the design of the show, which has sparked off strong reactions on social networks and …

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Afua Hirsch on Exploring African Culture Beyond the Western Gaze

Making my new tv series African Renaissance, a question has always haunted me: what would the African continent look like if it had never been colonized? By filming the work of Ethiopian photographer Aïda Muluneh in Addis Ababa, the question lost its hypothetical character. As a newcomer to the Ethiopian …

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Unveiling of a new language of West African culture, gold – Guardian Arts – The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

When Gold West Africa launched, in June 2019, a conference to develop the West African gold economy, bringing together Nigerian, regional and international gold players, there is no doubt that it would return in 2020 for its second edition. In 2020, the conference is back, but with an expanded reach …

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