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[Thenublk] Visual artist Kosisochukwu Nnebe talks inspiration, artistic challenges & Solange

2nd September 2013 |

Introduce yourself

My name is Kosisochukwu Nnebe, and I am a 19 year old Montreal-based artist. I was born in Nigeria, moved to Canada when I was 5, and grew up in Gatineau, Quebec. I’m currently doing a double major … Read More

[Art + Design] The Hip Hop Coloring book by artist James ‘Creative’ Shields: educating children about Hip Hop

24th February 2012 |

I’ve always been interested in how people use music and in particular the artform of Hip Hop in connection with education. I purchased a copy of the Gangsta Rap colouring book a few years ago but it … Read More

[Film Screening] The Creators: Art & activism in South Africa – Feb 12th @ The Exhibit

28th January 2012 |


Critical Perspective and The Film Hub have teamed up to screen ‘The Creators’, a documentary exploring art and activism in the reconstruction of postapartheid South Africa.

About the film

The story begins in the mind of Cashril Plus, … Read More

Trailer: Jean Micheal Basquiat – The Radiant Child

12th November 2010 |

I’ve been making a few phonecalls about this film. That’s all I’ll say for now :).

Centered on a rare interview that director and friend Tamra Davis shot with Basquiat over twenty years ago, this definitive documentary chronicles the meteoric … Read More

T-Shirt Tuesdays: 101 Apparel

20th July 2010 |

101 Apparel was created by designer Eric Crandell in 2005 as a way to seamlessly bridge the gap between art, music, and fashion. As Ubiquity Records Art Director for many years he applied his skills in designing album … Read More

Imagining Mozambique

14th December 2009 |

Colonization, civil war, natural disaster and economic instability have plagued Mozambique which has led to widespread … Read More

South African Art Now

10th November 2009 |

Described by international curator Okwui Enwezor as “one of the most dynamic and vigorous spaces of artistic practice,” contemporary South African art is an exciting, emerging scene that is attracting the attention of international museums, curators, and collectors today.

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