The graceful hall of the Ethiopian National Theatre was full of several renowned musicians in the Ethiopian industry.
A painting exhibition entitled “The Nude Spirit” will be showcased this weekend at Lela Gallery. The pieces, which will be in display, are the collections of one of Ethiopian contemporary artists, Tamrat Gezahegne.
Yamal (it hurts) describes a woman’s love, the burden of free market, and the misery of poverty. One of Ethiopia’s contemporary poets, Solomon Yilma, draws a vivid picture with his words of what pain is.
The third edition of inspired women painting exhibition entitled ‘women in art’ was launched on April 17 at Laphto Art Gallery. The exhibition gathered works of more than 30 women artists.
In the presence of Annick Girardin, Minister of State for Development and Francophony, attached to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, France and International Development and Yann Arthus-Bertrand, a renowned French photographer, and various diplomatic corps an extraordinary photo exhibition will be opened next Tuesday at 5:30 pm at the Alliance Ethio-Franaçise.
Ethiopia’s rich heritage in music immortalized in vinyl records is vanishing into the international collector scene alongside other artifacts. There is a need to reclaim and honor the vinyl classics as part of the ancient nation’s cultural memory, writes Amira Ali.