Water exists in two phases.Read More
Paddle8 is an online auction house created in 2011 to connect buyers and sellers of fine art.Read More
A question for you – what came first, the chicken or the egg?Read More
Xerox developed many of the innovations that are widely available today. Steve Jobs, former Apple CEO, worked at Xerox and learned from the research and development projects at the company.Read More
Two key points to remember. Taste follows power and music is cheap – for a reason.Read More
With respect to artists that utilize their art to address political and social issues, fans, grant more leniency to the technical aspects of song creation such as, lyricism and structuring.Read More
The chance meeting between Kanye West and D’banj appears as though the universe wanted these two talented musicians within arms-length.Read More
Ms. Okore, do you consider yourself to be the best in your field?
(Laughs)…I am not pompous enough to think of myself in those terms.Read More
Mr. Wey, in your TEDTalk you mentioned that being a restauranteur, writer and a chef is no different – How so?
In my TED Talk, I don’t think I articulated my points very well. I knew what I wanted to communicate but I was all over the place.Read More
Ms. Ogunji, what would you want future generations to say about your art?
I think that seeing the entire body of an artist's work--after they pass on--is incredibly special because you are able to see connections in the work over a lifetime.Read More
A few years back I picked up a book by Wole Soyinka called “Of Africa”.Read More
Once in a while I come across a movie that I was previously unaware of and on this particular day, I came across the movie Fifty.Read More
A pastime of mine is to hunt for independent short films or web series online. These shows are typically produced, written and directed by black creatives.Read More