On the occasion of its 10th anniversary, the French Development Agency in Abuja is organizing a series of events.On October 11th 2018, a roundtable will bring together scientists, politicians and the civil society around a study on Lake Chad. In the evening, a photo exhibition on the same theme will open for a week at…Continue Reading >
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FROM OCTOBER 11TH TO 19TH – AT THE INSTITUT FRANÇAIS DU NIGERIA This exhibition, organised by the French Agency for Development (AFD), highlights, through the drawings of the geographer Christian Seignobos and the photographs of the reporter Pascal Maitre, a case study of the adaptation of various populations to a complex geography, in perpetual motion, located on the…Continue Reading >
Cynthia Fleury, Professor at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts, holder of the Chair “Humanities and Health”, is also associate professor at the Ecole des Mines (PSL / Mines-Paristech). Her research focuses on the tools of democratic regulation. She is the author of several books including Dialoguer with the Orient (PUF, 2003), Pathologies of Democracy (Fayard,…Continue Reading >
This September, a new line of artworks produced by Raji Bamidele, will be exhibited at the International Institute for Creative Development (IICD-Center), Abuja, and will serve as his first solo exhibition. This exhibition is a collaborative project and is sponsored by the Institut Français du Nigeria (IFN) — the cultural arm of the Embassy of…Continue Reading >
Open call of application for Nigerian Animated films In the frame of the “Fete du Cinema d’animation” (animated film festival) organised worldwide by the french association of animation industry, the Institut français du Nigeria and the Japanese embassy launches an open call of application to choose Nigerian animated film to be shown at the…Continue Reading >
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After a month residency between Lagos, Kaduna, Zaria and Kano, Fly By Night, an international interdisciplinary artists collective, invites you to a presentation of their ongoing project “ALMAJIR”, a multiform intersection between performance, visual art and video installation. Native Maqari, Qudus Onikeku and Simon Rouby will share a first version of this project, before further…Continue Reading >
LabCitoyen is a program dedicated to major issues relating to human rights. In France, it calls on about 50 young committed citizens of ages 20 to 26, those who speak and are learning the French language, to receive training on education and human right issues through a series of lectures and discussions, for about ten…Continue Reading >
JUNE 21ST AT THE INSTITUT FRANÇAIS DU NIGÉRIA The Fête de la Musique, also known as World Music Day, is an annual music celebration. The festival is celebrated in 120 countries around the world. In Abuja discover up-and-coming live bands of the area. JUNE 21ST – 6PM – FREE ENTRANCE – THE INSTITUT FRANÇAIS…Continue Reading >
10 REASONS NOT TO MISS THE FÊTE DE LA MUSIQUE #1: BECAUSE IT IS A OPPORTUNITY TO LISTEN TO GOOD LIVE MUSIC Because we know you have high standards, you can always look forward to good music at the «Fête de la musique». Which brings us in the point number 2 … #2 BECAUSE IT…Continue Reading >
Caroline Hancock and Nduwhite Ndubuisi Ahanonu Fonder / Curator IICD Center, Abuja will organise a portfolio review at IICD Center Abuja. To participate Email or Text 090 9561 9320 – email@example.com – Before the May 10th
Caroline Hancock is a French and English independent curator, writer, editor and translator based in Paris. Having worked on major eclectic, non-hierarchical, cross-historical and multi-disciplinary exhibitions at the Hayward Gallery in the early 2000s, she continues to research Surrealism and its international connections, the potentials of archival materials and the dialogue between ancient, modern and…Continue Reading >
CITIZENSHIP AND NATIONALITYAN INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE CHALLENGE FOR THE NATION? Prof. Patrick Weil is a French historian and political scientist. He is a senior research fellow at the CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research) and at the Centre for the Social History of the 20th century at the University of Paris 1. His research focuses…Continue Reading >
May 14 – 16, 2018 Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos 9 Mc Ewen Street, Yaba Lagos www.ccalagos.org Initiated by CCA Lagos’ Associate Curator Iheanyi Onwuegbucha and Led by Paris-based French and English curator and Writer Caroline Hancock The Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos, invites young curators, art writers, critics, and practitioners…Continue Reading >
Bastien Dubois will be the facilitator of the Animated film workshop in Abuja. Bastien Dubois earned his diploma in CGI Directing from Supinfocom Valenciennes in 2006. His first independent film “Madagascar” was very well received and screened in more than 200 international film festivals including. The film ultimately garnered an Oscar nomination in 2011.In 2012 he…Continue Reading >
The Institut francais du Nigeria supports Generation Y exhibition by Retro Africa. FROM MARCH 29TH TO 1 APRIL 1ST EXHIBITION PAVILIONBESIDE THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTRE, ABUJA SYNOPSIS – The Working Theme for the exposition is “Generation Y”. This Expo will attempt to touch-on contemporary issues through the eyes of millennials. Generation Y. intends to capture the zeitgeist of one generation…Continue Reading >
Saturday, March 24th – Institut français du Nigéria – Free entry Venez déguster des plats traditionnels des pays francophones! En partenariat avec les ambassades des pays francophones à Abuja. Come and taste different traditional meals from francophone countries! In partnership with the embassies of French-speaking countries in Abuja.