Event: Into the Timeline - A Research Collage of Pan-African Festivals

Event: Into the Timeline - A Research Collage of Pan-African Festivals

The Open Research Room is the second and final public activation of G.A.S. Foundation’s Annotations Programme curated by Adeyosola Adeniran, Osayame Emokpae-Ozoro, Neil Grasty, Amaya Loubeau, Ufuoma Ogbemudje and Robyn Simpson with Annotations Co-Curators Naima Hassan and Maryam Kazeem. 

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We're Hiring: Communications and Events Coordinator

We're Hiring: Communications and Events Coordinator

Applications Open

The Communications and Events Coordinator will play a pivotal role in developing and managing all communications and event-related activities for G.A.S. Foundation under the direction of the Executive Director (G.A.S.) and Communications and Projects Manager (Yinka Shonibare Foundation) in London. 

 

This multifaceted position involves crafting and executing comprehensive communication strategies, overseeing social media content, and coordinating end-to-end event production. The ideal candidate will have a background in communications, social media management, CRM system management, and event planning, with a particular focus on the arts and cultural sector, especially within Lagos.

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Event: Kosisochukwu Nnebe and Ibrahim Mahama in Conversation

Event: Kosisochukwu Nnebe and Ibrahim Mahama in Conversation

G.A.S. Foundation is thrilled to invite you to a virtual conversation with 2023 G.A.S. Fellowship recipient and forthcoming resident Kosisochukwu Nnebe and distinguished Ghanian artist, Ibrahim Mahama, taking place in the context of The Seeds We Carry, Nnebe’s latest solo exhibition at the SAW Centre in Ottawa, Canada, curated by Joséphine Denis. This event is co-presented by the SAW Centre, Black Artists Network and Dialogue (BAND), G.A.S. Foundation and Yinka Shonibare Foundation, and promises to be a profound exploration of site-specific and process-oriented art practices by two contemporary African artists and their impact on communities.

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