THE NLELE INSTITUTE WORKSHOP UPDATE FIRST QUARTER (2017) Critical Text Writing workshops (continuation from 2016 series). Date: 20th – 24th March, 2017. Hidden In Between Lines: A workshop on Copy Rights. Date: 27th – 31st March, 2017 SECOND QUARTER (2017) The Studio As The Artists Creative Citadel. Date: 19th – 23rd June, 2017 Navigating A […]
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Venue: Roof Top, Goethe Institut Nigeria, City Hall, 30 Catholic Mission Street, Lagos Island. Date: Saturday 7th May, 2016, Time: From 6.30pm Music performance: DJ Afrologic, @wav.os and STIQUES.
BEYOND THE IMAGE A CRITICAL TEXT WRITING WORKSHOP Artist statements and motivation notes (or letters) for various kinds of portfolio reviews and entries into artistic and curatorial projects are critical to the development of photographers who intend to push their careers further. These items act as a cap to the finished work of art […]
The Lagos OPEN RANGE I catalogues are for sale. The price is N2,500 and can be purchased at the Nlele Institute and The Goethe Institut Lagos. [logo-carousel id=lagos-open-range]
PRESS RELEASE Lagos OPEN RANGE I 12 – 26 September, 2015, Federal Government Printing Press and Goethe Institut Nigeria, City Hall, Catholic Mission Street, Lagos Island. You are cordially invited to the opening of the Lagos OPEN RANGE I photography exhibition which primarily, is conceived to promote a new form of collaboration and presentation of […]
Photography has long been recognized as a visual language in modern times with the power to communicate reality and perceptions about human conditions that cannot be communicated in any other way. It has informed, influenced and educated us about humanity through its power to report vividly the way we live and also by challenging the […]
UNDERSTANDING COLORS – from taking photos to printing the perfect image A workshop from POPCAP & Artificial Image Modern cameras take much away from photographers, often leaving the impression that they provide a substitute for technical knowledge and ability, and that the photographer need therefore only compose and take the photo. This misconception means that […]