Omolayo Art Gallery is one of the best places for kids and adults in Lagos to enjoy art in its purest form.
In September of 2019 (a looooong time ago in blogging years), Chris, an intern working with Ìfẹ́ [dairyofanaijagirl] curated a remarkable post about Susanne Wenger on Instagram. Motivated by her piece, I decided to make a full-blown blogpost about my first visit to Susanne Wenger's House and the Osun-Osogbo Grove. For those who may not … Continue reading LIKE SUSANNE WENGER? THEN YOU’LL LOVE WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT HER
Hello there! Did you know that Henrimoweta is officially the sixteenth Art Gallery I've visited in South-Western Nigeria?! Crazy right. I took more time to explore art and history in the past year than ever before because art is life, a form of expression that can be linked to cultural assets plus it's much more … Continue reading TOP 5 THINGS I LOVED ABOUT HENRIMOWETA ART CENTRE
In September of 2019, my friend and I journeyed to an indigenous Art Gallery within the city of Osogbo and even though it was nothing like our visit to Genesis Art Gallery or Nike Art Gallery, we were both amazed with our findings at El Carvar. El Carvar Art Gallery may not be one of … Continue reading FORGET THE BIG NAMES, VISIT THIS ART GALLERY IN OSOGBO
Visiting Art Galleries is pretty simple: Search Google Maps, Choose your Best Hours and Go without any Money In September of 2019, I took a bus from Osogbo to the apex of yoruba culture - Ile-Ife. My itinerary for the journey was pretty basic: see an old friend, visit the Natural History Museum and Museum … Continue reading 5 THINGS NOBODY TELLS YOU ABOUT OMIDIRAN ART GALLERY
any fool can paint a picture, but it takes a wise man to be able to sell it. If your ideal Art Gallery isn't gigantic or overcrowded then Afolabi Art Gallery is the perfect catch for you. It's portable and about the size of small shop but it holds many artworks ranging from beadwork, metalwork, … Continue reading WHY HAVEN’T YOU VISITED AFOLABI ART GALLERY YET?
All that my friend and I knew about Susanne Wenger, prior to visiting her house was the active part she played in restoring Osun-Osogbo Grove, matter-of-fact, I can say I'm quite lucky to have been to her House and the Grove, both tourist destinations were amazing! Originally, this post was supposed to be published last … Continue reading WHY SUSANNE WENGER’S HOUSE IS THE BEST CULTURAL CENTRE IN OSOGBO