Centre for Contemporary Art to hold Arts luncheon in Lagos

There will be a discussion on the artistic landscape in Lagos.

The Centre for Contemporary Art, CCA, will on Friday organize a press luncheon that will see media practitioners, artistes and lovers of arts discuss the artistic landscape of Lagos.

The CCA is an independent non-profit visual art organization, aimed providing a platform where arts and culture are critically studied.

To celebrate its fifth anniversary, it organised an exhibition themed, The Progress of Love, which delves into art that explore the meaning of love in its evolution especially with regards to the global society.

The exhibition has been taking place since October 13 and will end on January 27. And as flavor to the exhibition, CCA, created the December 7 press luncheon to discuss the theme, The Progress of Love.

The discussion is poised to be a stimulating one that will see the exploration of love, its problems and questions surrounding it in Nigeria especially as regards to its evolution and the global society.

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