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“WE MOVE” Project 20.10.20



The “WE MOVE” Visual Art Exhibition which will include an Artist Talk/Panel Discussion (virtual) on Thursday, October 20, 2022 and the Exhibition on Friday, October 21, 2022 from 6PM-9PM at the SAID Institute in memory of the second anniversary of the Lekki Toll Gate Massacre. 

WE MOVE represents the bravery, courage, and resilience demonstrated by the Nigerian Youth during the #EndSARS protests in Nigeria. 

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Gbenga Ayeni | Ofili Designs | Oluseyi Soyege | Degreat Art 


October 20: (Artist Talk & Panel Discussion) | Zoom 

October 21: (Exhibition) | SAID Institute 


The 20.10.20 Project LLC previously presented the 20.10.20: The Declaration of the Nigerian Youth event in 2021 which included an exhibition, panel discussion, and a screening in remembrance of the lives that were cut short at the Lekki Toll Gate Massacre on October 20, 2020 during the #EndSARS protests in Nigeria.

The event aims to continue the forward-thinking conversations around the pressing issues facing Nigeria and how the Nigerian Youth worldwide play a vital role in the international development of the country through the medium of visual arts.

The 20.10.20 Project intends to raise awareness around the significance of October 20, 2020, but more importantly explore the opportunities on how the Nigerian and African Youth in the Diaspora can rise to the occasion of meeting the needs of their collective communities for a greater Nigeria and indeed the African continent through shared experiences. 

Learn more about Ayo by checking out his latest interview at Diaspora Central



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