Christmas Music Fest Comes to Temple of Justice

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In the Liberian context, it might seem like an unlikely venue but, for the Liberia National Academy of Music (LINAM) to stage its annual...

Putting Africa in Your Home

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If we ask the question, “Is Africa in your home?” you might respond, “Come on, Shabuta. My home, itself, is in Liberia, West Africa!”...

The Art of Survival #2: Avoiding Ebola

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Most people who have access to this article have no fear about their individual Survival. It isn’t something you usually think about, but how...

Money – Functional Art or “Poopoo Paper”?

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Open the bag of an African money changer in long ago, most ancient times and you would find a striking and interesting assortment of...

LIVARTS and Accountability Lab to Re-launch Arts School

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The Liberia Visual Arts (LiVArts) Academy, along with Accountability Lab, has finalized plans to re-launch the Accountability Art School following delays due to the...

UNESCO to Declare Providence Island ‘World Culture Center’

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The Officer-in-Charge of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Liberia, Stevenson Seidi, has disclosed a plan by which Providence Island will be...

Liberia Visual Arts Academy Reopens

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It was a scene full of enthusiasm when nearly 20 students of the Liberia Visual Arts Academy (Livarts) finally had the opportunity to reopen...

Liberian Painters Launch Ebola Exhibit

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The paintings were the talk of the May 11 official program at the Centennial Pavillion, where Liberia was declared Ebola-free.  They were by no...

Seeing Farming as an Art

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Artist: one who has the ability to bring out the inherent or natural beauty of something.David Moore showed us he was an artist the...

Balawa Foundation to Launch Arts Studio

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The Executive Director of the Balawa International Foundation, Kekura Kamara has disclosed that his organization will on Unification Day unveil a modern arts studio...

From Reality To Success

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When Eva Paye decided to engage into visual art, a field largely dominated by men, she might have been aware of how huge this...

Imago Mundi Publishes Book On Contemporary Liberian and Sierra Leonean Arts

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In a recently released book by Imago Mundi (Image of the World) featuring contemporary artists from Liberia and Sierra Leone and titled: “Liberia and...

As Exhibition Closes, Recovery Continues

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At the recent closing of the “Recovery” exhibition at the Liberia National Museum, it was a scene full of the finest work of arts...

Birth of an Artist: The Writing on the Wall

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Whether past or present, many artistic works (drawing, painting, crafting, weaving etc.) have often been associated with mystery.  From the world famous Mona Lisa...

A New Year, A Clean Slate?

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(Overheard in the bank queue while waiting to receive salaries.)“Papi, you don’t have to wait in the queue. I’m sure if you go to...

My Liberia, Post-War and Pre-Ebola

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“These are your brothers.” The man says to me.“Those boys are Liberian.” His cool, calm nature gives way to an irresistible urge to smile;...

Symbols of Recovery

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The Ebola outbreak in Liberia no doubt brought the country to its knees, and the news of the situation at one point seemed to...

Artistic Rights, Freedom of Expression Tops Agenda at African Creative Economy...

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Artistic rights, freedom of expression and the creative sector’s contribution to social and economic development are among the key issues on the agenda of...

Our Recovery from Ebola: The Artist’s Role (3)

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 Ebola means disconnection and isolation. How we miss embracing our friends and distant loved ones in this time of, “Don’t touch. Stay away from...

Our Recovery from Ebola: The Artist’s Role (2)

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Ebola means the fear of helplessness.But we cannot lie down, helpless in our distress. Our artists know and can Inspire us to remember the...