Hiding in plain sight: the faces of modern-day slavery

Sixty metres underground, Lisa Kristine is enveloped in darkness. It’s hard to breathe. The air…

Entrepreneurship and youth passion for art

By Sumaiya Musa A Nigerian youth named Maryam maigida has been practising artistry since her…

‘Early Mona Lisa’ traced to English country home

By Robert Evans Researchers into the provenance of a painting dubbed the “Early Mona Lisa”…

Aper Aku: The Rise of Minority Politics in Nigeria (I)

Title of Book: Aper Aku: The Rise of Minority Politics in Nigeria Author: Nathaniel Ikyur…

A Translation of the Fragments of Human Bodies in War, Peace and Reconciliation (II)

By Abigail George As waves steeped in the history of riverbeds break gently against the…

JK Rowling releases new Dolores Umbridge Harry Potter story

By Felicity Morse Newsbeat social media producer This time it’s a biography of Dolores Umbridge,…

Govt urged to immortalise national hero’s through arts

In art and entertainment promoter, Jide Johnson has urged the federal and state governments to…

Memory Work and the Gut Symmetry of Writing (I)

By Abigail George The very act of writing anything is emotional. It is a key…

Publishers aim to take Chinese literature to the world

By Kirsti Knolle China, the world’s second-biggest book market after the United States, has long…

Black Heritage festival set for Yenagoa in November, says CBAAC Boss

The Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilisation (CBAAC) says the Black Heritage festival,…