Re:assemblages

Re:assemblages

G.A.S. Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of Re:assemblages, a roaming body and multi-year cultural development programme designed to platform new, critical questions focused on the preservation and creative potential of African art libraries. This collaborative project was developed in response to the wealth of material housed in the G.A.S. Library and Picton Archive and its rare constellation of African published journals, magazines, and manuscripts. 

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Event: Ekphrasis

Event: Ekphrasis

On 23rd May 2024, G.A.S. resident Dawit L. Petros hosted Ekphrasis at Tiwani Contemporary, LagosThe immersive public cinema experience was delivered in collaboration with fourteen movement-based artists, musicians, and singers from the QDance Centre. The diverse presentation included a showing of works in progress alongside experimental public cinema screenings, live performances, and a public discussion.

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May Library Update

May Library Update

In just two years, the G.A.S. Library and Picton Archive has grown into a rich collection of nearly 2,000 cultural research materials. This incredible achievement was made possible by generous book donations and financial support from our patrons, friends, and wider community. We are so proud to announce our first monthly library update, recapping the latest developments in the life of the G.A.S Library and Picton Archive.

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