December 12, 2014

By CHIOwA GOODNESS

The explosive dance and acrobatic moves of Qudus Onikeku, Nigeria’s dance impresario based abroad, creates a nexus in the souls of his audience each time, making them yearn for more.

A choreographer, dancer, writer, and curator Onikeku’s act explores...

December 9, 2014

One of our MADhouse inmate and intern who was named the inmate of the month during our last MADhouse, has been selected to participate in the Moving Africa : A Goethe-Institut's pan African exchange Programme which gives artists the opportunity to travel to selected cu...

December 9, 2014

From African dance to hip-hop, ballet to ballroom, the dance fever is gradually sweeping the nation, fueled by popular TV shows and the rise of easy-to-learn dance moves. You must have heard of skelewushoki or kukere, all popularized by superstar singers. Dance...

December 7, 2014

Watch QDance and the MADhouse crew make their first outing outside our space, the event was a literary concert organised by the ace writer Joy Isi bewaji. The event tagged #ThisArtIsEnough featured topnotch creatives from various genres, from writers who read passages...

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