“Transgressing boundaries” is the motto of the 2018 course programme. 18 courses - 17 in Hohensalzburg Fortress and one in the Kiefer quarry in Fürstenbrunn – take diverse approaches to topical questions of art production, encompassing all media and going beyond them. Thus students may make their way from painting to sound [song], from performance to installation, from photography to film and video, or they may concentrate entirely on stone sculpture or miniature painting, or combine a number of artistic approaches in explorations culminating in a shared polyphonic city walk.
A True Fiction account of the Biblical Esther. The play employs dance, drama and poetry to tell the compelling story of a humble young girl who finds herself married to a spoilt King and has to fight for the deliverance of her people. KINIUN celebrates Jesus as the Lion of Judah, Defender of the Land!
Date: 10th December, 2017
Venue: Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, 1 - 5 Oba Akinjobi Street, Lagos
Footprints comprises rarely seen footage of Nigeria from the British Film Institutes's National Archive. The origins of the British Film Institute's collection have their roots in the colonial administration's use of the film to document and often, propangandise colonial rule. As Nigeria's regions gained self government, they also saw film as an integral part of promoting their newly independent status to the world. British Council has researched the BFI's collection of Nigerian Films, from both the colonial and the modern era and has digitised them. These will be presented to the public through the Footprints project.
Clips in the Collection to be screened are Nigeria's New Constitution, Northern Provinces of Nigeria, Southern Provinces of Nigeria.