Life in My City commenced in 2007 to encourage artistic creativity and awareness of cultural and environmental issues. It provides space through art for young people to make meaningful statements about the lived environment in Africa.
To establish LIMCAF as one of the top three sustainable high profile events in Africa within the international art events calendar.
To position art for social development through youth empowerment thereby promoting art as a resource for national development.
An African proverb says that much silence has a mighty noise behind it. This suggests that things may not always be the way they are perceived. It also seems to suggest that sometimes, silence being a vital part of sound, may be a potent device, to enable us hear from within, but it still presents a paradox. Doesn’t it?
Save the date and plan to attend the opening ceremony of the 2022 edition of Life In My City Art Festival (LIMCAF) showcasing only the works from artists who entered the competition from Port Harcourt region. LIMCAF is an annual art festival that pulls young and extremely creative visual and sculptural artists together from all parts of the country to compete for various prizes https://www.lifeinmycityartsfestival.org/
🗓️ Opening date: 17th September 2022,
📍 Venue: #20 Herbert Macaulay street, Amadi flats, Old GRA, PHC
⌛ Exhibition runs: 17th to 23rd September
🔖 Admission: Free
🙏🏽 Come and see the exciting art works on display.
👉🏼The Port Harcourt exhibition is slated to run from
🗓️ 17th to 23rd of September, 2022 in the multipurpose hall of
📍Alliance Française Port Harcourt.
ife In My City Art Festival (LIMCAF) Port Harcourt Region Exhibition was declared opened on Saturday 17th September 2022 by Prof. Joseph A Ajienka, former Vice Chancellor, University of Port Harcourt who was the special guest of honour at Alliance Francaise Port Harcourt. Prof. congratulated the artists and the Director of Alliance Française for a successful exhibition, noting that he believes the exhibition will offer opportunity to the artists to commercialize their artworks.
The director of Alliance Française Port Harcourt, Marina Lacal welcomed the guests and the artists to the exhibition. In her remarks, she stated that the Alliance Française being a language and cultural centre aimed at promoting art and cultural exchanges. She reiterated the centre’s commitment to the LIMCAF project over the past 15 years of collaboration and emphasized the centre’s willingness to continue supporting and promoting the local artists.
The exhibition had jurists which included Michael Kpodo, President of the Pan African Circle of Artists (PACA-Nigeria), Dr Ike Francis, a lecturer in the fine & applied art dept, University of Port, Mrs Uloma Asiegbu, south-south coordinator of the Female Artist Association of Nigeria (FEAAN) and Marina Lacal, the director of Alliance Française Port Harcourt.
The opening ceremony was attended by friends of the centre, relatives of the exhibiting artists and some senior artists in Port Harcourt including Dr. Timipre Amah, Desiye Tantua and others.