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#POV6 – New Digital Pathways: Technology, Creating and Marketing Art

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The Awakening’, our monthly newsletter.

The Ben Enwonwu Foundation in collaboration with the Society of Nigerian Artists and supported by Alliance Française /Mike Adenuga Centre Lagos and Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos, will on 27 April present the sixth edition of its monthly series of talks ‘Point of View’(POV). The talks will hold at Alliance Française/Mike Adenuga Centre, Ikoyi, Lagos.

Themed ‘New Digital Pathways: Technology, Creating and Marketing Art’, this edition will provide a deeper understanding of how technological advancements like the Internet, social media, virtual and augmented reality, blockchain and cryptocurrencies have not only given rise to new forms of art including non-fungible tokens (NFTs) but have also disrupted the global art market.

In charting sustainable growth and predicting the future of the sector in Africa, the talks will explore how institutions, art professionals and investors alike can embrace these new developments while exploring the legal implications of collecting.

Welcome to the latest edition of ‘The Awakening’, our monthly newsletter.

The Ben Enwonwu Foundation in collaboration with the Society of Nigerian Artists and supported by Alliance Française /Mike Adenuga Centre Lagos and Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos, will on 27 April present the sixth edition of its monthly series of talks ‘Point of View’(POV). The talks will hold at Alliance Française/Mike Adenuga Centre, Ikoyi, Lagos.

Themed ‘New Digital Pathways: Technology, Creating and Marketing Art’, this edition will provide a deeper understanding of how technological advancements like the Internet, social media, virtual and augmented reality, blockchain and cryptocurrencies have not only given rise to new forms of art including non-fungible tokens (NFTs) but have also disrupted the global art market.

In charting sustainable growth and predicting the future of the sector in Africa, the talks will explore how institutions, art professionals and investors alike can embrace these new developments while exploring the legal implications of collecting.

#POV6  #POINTOFVIEW

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