third thursday art hop

An evening of art in the city.

date Jun 21, 2018

date All Around Lagos

Witness an evening of art in the city hosted at one of GT's Faves, Waffles 'n' Cream and other art spaces around Lagos. Enjoy host exhibitions, performances, workshops and other special events.

Check out the spaces in your area or take a tour of art around the city. 

 

16/16

  16/16 (pronounced “sixteen by sixteen”): #16 (8th Floor), 16 Kofo Abayomi Street   1-3:00pm    Street Photography Workshop     5-9:00pm    Presentation and Cocktails           18 photographs / Ifebusola Shotunde    Ifebusola Shotunde will be running a street photography workshop followed by the presentation of 18 curated photographs taken by the artist.    Street Photography Workshop:   With an emphasis on imparting both practical and technical skills in taking candid street photographs, the workshop will begin with a short run-through of the basics of photography, and will be followed by a photo-walk to test newly taught techniques.  Bring your camera and join us! This workshop is limited to 8 people (call 01-6321307 or email friends@16by16.co to book your space).  Photography Presentation:   18 photographs  , a curated selection from the artist’s archives will be presented. The artist will talk about his creative process and share his experiences with all guest over cocktails.

16/16 (pronounced “sixteen by sixteen”):#16 (8th Floor), 16 Kofo Abayomi Street

1-3:00pm  Street Photography Workshop 

5-9:00pm  Presentation and Cocktails  

18 photographs / Ifebusola Shotunde

Ifebusola Shotunde will be running a street photography workshop followed by the presentation of 18 curated photographs taken by the artist.

Street Photography Workshop: With an emphasis on imparting both practical and technical skills in taking candid street photographs, the workshop will begin with a short run-through of the basics of photography, and will be followed by a photo-walk to test newly taught techniques.  Bring your camera and join us! This workshop is limited to 8 people (call 01-6321307 or email friends@16by16.co to book your space).

Photography Presentation: 18 photographs, a curated selection from the artist’s archives will be presented. The artist will talk about his creative process and share his experiences with all guest over cocktails.

  African Artists’ Foundation:  3b Isiola Oyekan Close, Off Adeleke Adedoyin Street, Off Kofo Abayomi Street    6-9:00pm      Here is Home   features the works of Ayeni Olajide and Anthony Obayomi, photographers who investigate elements of our built environment from complementary yet distinct perspectives. 

African Artists’ Foundation: 3b Isiola Oyekan Close, Off Adeleke Adedoyin Street, Off Kofo Abayomi Street

6-9:00pm

Here is Home features the works of Ayeni Olajide and Anthony Obayomi, photographers who investigate elements of our built environment from complementary yet distinct perspectives. 

  WAFFLESNCREAM:  234 Muri Okunola Street   6-11:00pm     International Go Skate Day:   Photo Exhibition, Skate Films, Raffle

WAFFLESNCREAM: 234 Muri Okunola Street

6-11:00pm

International Go Skate Day: Photo Exhibition, Skate Films, Raffle

  The Treehouse:  Unit 1, 7th Floor, Awolowo Road, behind SPAR   6-10:00pm     Sophia Wallace: CLITERACY, 100 Natural Laws   is a mixed media project that explores a paradox; the global obsession with sexualizing female bodies in a world that is illiterate when it comes to female sexuality.  CLITERACY  is a new way of talking about citizenship, sexuality, human rights, and bodies.

The Treehouse: Unit 1, 7th Floor, Awolowo Road, behind SPAR

6-10:00pm

Sophia Wallace: CLITERACY, 100 Natural Laws is a mixed media project that explores a paradox; the global obsession with sexualizing female bodies in a world that is illiterate when it comes to female sexuality. CLITERACY is a new way of talking about citizenship, sexuality, human rights, and bodies.

  MOE+Art Architecture:  59 Raymond Njoku, Ikoyi   6-9:30 pm     Open Work Studio:   a mix of portfolio review and discussions on urban public space

MOE+Art Architecture: 59 Raymond Njoku, Ikoyi

6-9:30 pm

Open Work Studio: a mix of portfolio review and discussions on urban public space

  THE STUDIO:  1 Andcord Plaza, Main entrance, Park View Estate   10:00am-9:00pm     The Studio   is home for the work of artist Polly Alakija and her team. See what’s going on in The Studio including the umbrellas painted by 150 children acrosss the state for the  Totally Thames Festival . Bar will be open from 5:00pm!

THE STUDIO: 1 Andcord Plaza, Main entrance, Park View Estate

10:00am-9:00pm

The Studio is home for the work of artist Polly Alakija and her team. See what’s going on in The Studio including the umbrellas painted by 150 children acrosss the state for the Totally Thames Festival. Bar will be open from 5:00pm!

  Stranger Lagos:  3 Hakeem Dickson Street, Lekki Phase 1   7:00pm     ART WAR Film Screening     ART WAR is the story of young, creative Egyptians of the Arab Spring who, through the means of graffiti murals, rebellious music, art, and enlightenment, try to salvage their revolution from going under. (1 hour 24 minutes)

Stranger Lagos: 3 Hakeem Dickson Street, Lekki Phase 1

7:00pm

ART WAR Film Screening 

ART WAR is the story of young, creative Egyptians of the Arab Spring who, through the means of graffiti murals, rebellious music, art, and enlightenment, try to salvage their revolution from going under. (1 hour 24 minutes)

  Baroque Age   Studio:  Rose White 4, Prime Water Garden Two, Lekki Phase 1   6:00pm     Inject & Eject: A contemporary dance between the old and new age art forms    It’s an idea of placing the spectrum of art being done by the young flames right now in contrast to the more established names on the scene, a showcase of the dance between the old and how it inspires the new.

Baroque Age Studio: Rose White 4, Prime Water Garden Two, Lekki Phase 1

6:00pm

Inject & Eject: A contemporary dance between the old and new age art forms

It’s an idea of placing the spectrum of art being done by the young flames right now in contrast to the more established names on the scene, a showcase of the dance between the old and how it inspires the new.