G.A.S. Fellowship Award 2023 Winners Announced

G.A.S. Fellowship Award 2023 Winners Announced

After careful consideration of the 160 applications received, we are thrilled to announce the selection of three winners. Two of these talented individuals will be embarking on their residencies at G.A.S. Lagos, while the third will have the unique opportunity to create at our sister location, the G.A.S. Ecology Green Farm in Ijebu.

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Event: On Play

Event: On Play

A talk between Temitayo Ogunbiyi, Nomaduma Rosa Masilela and Thiago de Paula Souza

Hosted by G.A.S. Lagos in conjunction with Vleeshal Center for Contemporary Art, On Play is the last phase of a long-term collaboration between artist, curator and G.A.S. trustee Temitayo Ogunbiyi and Vleeshal's nomadic curators Nomaduma Rosa Masilela and Thiago de Paula Souza.

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Event: The Imaginary in the Diaspora

Event: The Imaginary in the Diaspora

A Talk and Discussion with Leo Robinson

G.A.S. Foundation is pleased to invite you to an artist talk with our current resident, Leo Robinson, a Glasgow-based multimedia artist. During the discursive event, Leo will discuss his work from the last two years through the framework of imaginary cultures and rituals, and ways in which new narratives can function as resistance against displacement and repression/oppression.

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Event: No One Knows Tomorrow - Archiving For the Future

Event: No One Knows Tomorrow - Archiving For the Future

In the world of endangered archives, the challenges are as diverse as the records themselves. In late October, Karl Ohiri (one half of Lagos Studio Archives) and founder of Archivi.ng Fu'ad Lawal co-hosted an engaging talk and open discussion centred around two ambitious archiving initiatives dedicated to preserving Nigeria's rich cultural heritage. This event shed light on the impact of Lagos Studio Archives Projects and Archivi.ng, encouraging us to reflect on the vital importance of safeguarding cultural history for both current and future generations. 

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Event: Free Writing as a Tool

Event: Free Writing as a Tool

A writing workshop with Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski, the 2022 Art X Prizewinner

Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński, a multifaceted artist, writer, and scholar, invited fellow creatives to participate in an enriching writing workshop during her residency at G.A.S. Lagos. This workshop aimed to utilize writing for refining and amplifying creative concepts. Belinda shared invaluable insights on harnessing writing as a potent tool to sharpen artistic vision, and shared tips and tricks for navigating application processes.

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