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At the Crossroads – Art, Politics and Culture in Nigeria

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Join an intimate panel discussion including Seun Kuti with artists and thought leaders as they discuss the contemporary convergence of art, politics, and culture in Nigeria and how it is reverberating on the global stage.

ABOUT THE AFRICA NOW! FESTIVAL

Celebrate the rich and unparalleled influence of the African Diaspora on the global community in a weekend-long festival like no other. For its ninth season, the Africa Now! Festival spotlights the best cultural innovators and global thinkers from the continent in a celebration of contemporary musicians, comedians, filmmakers, and cultural innovators on the world-famous Apollo stage. Tap in and check out this year’s lineup of artists who are revolutionizing and driving trends across all facets of culture.

The Africa Now! Festival  edition  of Apollo In Conversation is a continuation of the Apollo’s 2022-2023 season, The Next Movement, an exploration of what’s new, now and next in music, dance, art and ideas.

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