Artists that have Exhibited in Terra Kulture

TERRA KULTURE INVITES YOU TO

“RE-EMERGENCE”

AN EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS AND WATERCOLOURS BY WANDE GEORGE & KOLA ARIFAJOGUN OPENING: 4PM, AUGUST18,2012 VENUE: TERRA KULTURE GALLERY EXHIBITION RUNS TILL AUGUST 28,2012  
  Theatre at Terra with Seeing Through The Arts in Conjunction with NAPTIP Presents

BATONGA

“A tale about child trafficking”. Written by Jo Demmer and Directed by Gbenga Yusuf Showing Every Sundays in the Month of August DATE: 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th TIME: 1st Show – 4:00pm & 2nd Show – 6:00pm Featuring: Olufunmi, Yinka Davies, Angela VENUE: Terra Kulture, 1376, Tiamuyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos Tickets: 2,500 Naira  
PAWS and TERRA KUKTURE presents

a harvest- Soyinka

A celebration of Sketches and Play written by the legendary Nobel Laureate WOLE SOYINKA Pre Shows: Laff Up, Dami, Pelumi Baba & Meka Feature Play: Death & the King’s Horsemen DATE: July, 2012 TIME: 3:00pm & 6:00pm VENUE: Terra Kulture, 1376, Tiamuyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos Tickets: 3,500 – Regular, 10,000 – VIP  
We cordially invites you to

ECHOES OF THE PAST – The Journey

An exhibition of paintings, scultures and designs by CHUKS ECHIEMEZE OKOYE Presented by The National Council for Arts and Culture, Iganmu, Lagos, Nigeria, in conjuction with Okoye’s Art Gallery, Atlanta, Goergia, USA. Guest Speaker: Mrs. Chinwe Abara DATE: Saturday, June 30th – Monday, July 6th, 2012 TIME: 5:00pm VENUE: Terra Kulture, 1376, Tiamuyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos Click here to download the invite  
The Performing Arts Workshop & studio (PAWS) Presents

MIDNIGHT BLACKOUT

Directed by Kenneth Uphopho DATE: Saturday, 26th of May, 2012 Every Sunday in June – 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 2012 TIME: 3:00pm & 6:00pm VENUE: Terra Kulture, 1376, Tiamuyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos Tickets: N2,500 For sponsorship & tickets: 08034448812, 0817 002 3210 www.pawstudios.com.ng Twitter – @pawstudios | Facebook – facebook.com/pawstudios
 

ONA

An exhbition of drawings and paintings by GBENGA ORIMOLOYE DATE: Saturday, 26th of May, 2012 TIME: 5:00 pm prompt VENUE: Terra Kulture, 1376, Tiamuyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos Exhibition runs till June, 2012.
 

PORTRAIT OF THE NIGERIAN NATION

by MIKE OMOIGHE An exhbition of drawings and paintings DATE: 28th April – 13th May, 2012 VENUES:
  • National Gallery of Art, Iganmu, Lagos
  • Terra Kulture, Tiamiyu Savage VI, Lagos
  • Quintessence, Famolo, Lagos
  • Gothe Institute, Lagos
  • Yusuf Grillo, Yaba College of Technology, Lagos
Opening Reception: 28th April 2012, Yusuf Grillo – 12noon, NGA – 1.30pm, Gothe Institute – 3pm, Quintessence – 4pm, terra Kulture – 5pm
 

WOMAN FORMS & DESIRES

TERRA KULTURE INVITES YOU TO WOMAN FORMS & DESIRES AN EXHIBITION OF RECENT PAINTINGS BY FIDEL N. OYIOGU 3 PM, MONDAY, APRIL 9TH, 2012 AT TERRA KULTURE GALLERY EXHIBITION RUNS TILL APRIL 15, 2012. 9AM – 6PM DAILY CHAIRMAN: OMOOBA (ENGR.) YEMISI ADEDOYIN SHYLLON CHIEF GUEST OF HONOR: CHIEF RASHEED GBADAMOSI OFR   GUEST OF HONOR: ALH. NUNZALI DANTATA FATHER OF THE DAY: MR. SAMMY OLAGBAJU VIEW INVITATION CARD HERE  
Theatre at Terra

G’s Classic in Nigeria Thus Far (An Opera)

Date: 18th December, 2011 Time: 3pm Venue: Terra Kulture, Plot 1376 Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. View the Invite  
 

CONTEMPORARY WATERCOLOURS – a Visual Soliloquy

Lekan Onabanjo and Sam Ovraiti presents CONTEMPORARY WATERCOLOURS – a Visual Soliloquy Date: December 10 – 18, 2011 Time: 3pm Venue: Terra Kulture, Plot 1376 Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. Click here to view the Invite and banner for the event  
  Craft Fair

3rd TERRA CRAFT FAIR

You Are Invited To The 3rd Terra Kulture Craft Fair Date: December 8 – 10, 2011 Time: 11am Prompt on December 8 (Opening), 10am – 6pm (Other Days) Venue: Terra Kulture, Plot 1376 Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.
  Not My affairs

NOT MY AFFAIR

Terra Kulture is pleased to announce a benefit reading of Not My Affair, written by Sefi Atta and directed by Ifeoma Fafunwa, now scheduled for Thursday December 8, 2011 at 6 pm. Not My Affair is a comedy of errors about a man whose marriage is impaired by his friend’s extramarital affair. The reading will feature actress Kate Henshaw, lawyer Femi Lijadu, writer/producer Kehinde Dacosta-Lawrence and architects Aima Lijadu and Erejuwa Gbadebo. It marks the launch of Care to Read, an initiative by Sefi Atta, and is wholly due to the volunteer efforts of Ifeoma Fafunwa, the above readers, and the kind support of Terra Kulture. Proceeds for the evening will go to Creative Licence, a creative arts workshop for children founded by Femi Lijadu and musician/producer Ayo Bankole Jnr. Photography by Tope Kogbe of Livingstone Studio.
 

THE PASSION

Passion is the wing through which ideas fly to a visible manifestation. Passion is the prerequisite for success In every ramification of life. Passion is a potent force. People of passion control the affairs of the world. Passion rules. Passion is everything. With a sense of purpose, the world will be a better place with a little more passion. Welcome to THE PASSION: the journey of a lifetime . . .an everyday experience. Happy viewing. D’artist Chike Onuorah. 5th Nov to 11th Nov Click here to View The Passion Exhibition in a Slideshow
 

THE LAST PICTURES

The Last Pictures Show is here again! A cultural event in its eighth year, The Last Pictures Show, provides recognition for artists who are generally unrecognized by the public. These artists, proof of the endless new potential of the African cultural heritage, include Aissatou Kadry, Alex Nwokolo, Jean Emati, Joshua Nmesirinonye and many others. As with all Terra Kulture exhibitions, this exhibition will give the artists an international medium of choice to express themselves and also for collectors to express their passion. So come and be inspired by the unconventional artworks on display addressing a variety of themes! Exhibition opens by 6pm on the 20th of October 2011and runs till 25 October, 2011.  
 

The “Buy Africa” Exhibition

You are Invited to see the The “Buy Africa” Exhibition part of FELABRATION 2011 courtesy of TERRA KULTURE and curated by The Felabration Organising Committee of Paintings and Sculptures By Joe Amenechi Oyerinde Olotu Albert Ohams George Nwadiogbu Onyeoma Victoria Mbanefo Ato Arinze The Exhibition opens 11-10-11 1700hrs and runs until 16-10-11 2200hrs @Terra Kulture Plot 1376, Tiamiyu Savage Street, Off Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos. Lagos State.
 
 

FAITH IN FORMS 10TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION

 
 

CASTLES IN THE AIR

By Barcleys Ayakoroma Directed by Israel Eboh Date: 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th September Venue: Terra Kulture, Tiamiy Savage, Victoria Island Time: 3.00pm matinee & 6.00pm evening show Regular tickets: N2500 Corporate tickets: N5000 tickets sold @ Hub Media, The Palm Lekki, Silverbird Galleria Ahmadu Bello Way. Victoria Island & Terra Kulture For more information contact: 08036789472, 08191511638  
 
PHASES – A CAMPAIGN OF CREATIVE VIGOUR The creative pedagogy that has spanned over a decade in University of Lagos has witnessed diverse artistic originations since its inceptions. academia has also distinguished themselves in their different areas of specialization. Some of these, artists whose creative abilities were developed sequel to the tutelage in the institution has deemed it fit to address the art circle in a visual language. Phases is a campaign of creative sensibilities heralding the emergence of the University of First Choice’s to the Nigerian contemporary art scene. This exhibition has brought to the public glare, the creative tendencies that permeate the UNILAG art school. The show featuring postgraduates, graduates and undergraduates scholars of the visual unit of the department is an evidence that University of Lagos art school is a stratum in the artistic rung of Nigerian art school. The repertoire of works on display is intended to satisfy the audience’s visual appetite. The myriads of works which ranges from oil colour, pasted, mixed media, carving, metal photography among others, speak volume about the artistic prowess enshrined in these artists. A laudable feat for the artists is that they didn’t hide under the eyebrow of academicism to churn out elitist or obscure art that reveals nothing but an artistic cliché. communicate in a visual language that is understood across board. With this outing, the artistic tradition in university of Lagos has invariably induced a remarkable alertness in the Nigerian art scene. However, we look forward to seeing these artists in the nearest future finding a common ground where their stylistic or thematic possibilities will share activity that may culminate into an art school or movement; a reminiscent of Zaria, Ife etc. Happy viewing. Bolaji Ogunwo Painting Lecturer University of Lagos  
 
TENTS GALLERY ART COLLECTION 2011 Over a decade collecton of paintinf and Sculptures Venue: Terra Kulture Date: 24th – 29th Sept Exhibition Opens at 4pm www.adeodunfa.com
 
  Wole Soyinka at 77
RENEGADE THEATRE, JASONVISION (& FRIENDS) Presents

The 5th Annual Season of Wole Soyinka

Featuring plays and sketches by the Grand Master of Theatre. Produced by Wole Oguntokun Sunday 3rd July 2011 – Childe Internationale, Priority Project, Press Conference, Obstacle Race, Go North Old Man Sunday 10th and 17th July 2011 – The Strong Breed Sunday 24th & 31st July 2011 – Camwood on the Leaves Time(s): 3pm & 6pm Venue: Terra Kulture Tickets: N2500 Enquiries: Telephone: 0808 123 9477 and 0702 836 7228 Email: laspapi@yahoo.com / info@nigeriantheatre.com Website: www.nigerian-theatre.com
 
  TERRA KULTURE 2011 ART AUCTION  
  A TERRA KULTURE 2011 PRODUCTION The Cost of Living, a play Terra Kulture is pleased to announce that The Cost of Living will premiere on Sunday, March 6, 2011 at 3pm and 6pm and will be performed thereafter every Sunday in March 2011 at the same times. Written by Sefi Atta and directed by Nick Monu, The Cost of Living is a one-act play about a bungled kidnapping during which an American hostage and his Nigerian abductor learn about the value of life. The cast and crew include actors Frank Adekunle Macaulay and Toyin Oshinaike, costume and set designer Simone Monu, and assistant director Bayo Abifarin. The Cost of Living is produced by Terra Kulture, Sefi Atta and Monu and Monu Productions, and is sponsored by Guaranty Trust Bank and Murtala Muhammed Foundation. Stage props are provided by Julius Berger Nigeria and promotional support is provided by Sesema PR. A flyer and information about the writer, director, cast, and crew are attached. For further information please contact office@monuandmonu.com and sefiatta@yahoo.com Links to websites of the writer and director: http://www.nickmonu.com http://www.sefiatta.com