Registration for the General Assembly of Arterial Network members in Nigeria closes today.

Date:   Saturday 7 July 2018

Venue: British Council, 20 Thompson Avenue, Ikoyi, Lagos.

Time:  12noon

Admission: FREE (Please note that admission is strictly by registration). 

The Assembly will feature a Special Interactive Forum marking the formal take-off of Arterial Nigeria Enterprise Support Program (ESP), an initiative designed to provide pro bono legal support for Nigerian artists and creative entrepreneurs for better access to funding, sponsorship, favourable contracts, tours, Intellectual Property protection and other business opportunities

  • All members, intending members, partners and creative industry stakeholdders are eligible to attend the General Assembly. Attendance is FREE but through the online registration (except invitation as special guests)
  • Only members in good standing are eligible to participate in decision making, vote and seek elective positions
  • Procedure for nomination and election of the steering committee shall be communicated in due course to all eligible members
  • All members, intending members, artists and creative entrepreneurs interested in the Enterprise Support Programme (ESP) who missed the previous deadline will have another opportunity to sign up at the General Assembly

Attendance is strictly by registration. We kindly ask all members and interested stakeholders to register via the online platform as there will be no onsite registration. Visitors whose names are NOT on the list of registered participants or list of invited special guests, will NOT be admitted to the event.   

Please follow the link below to register




Arterial Network is a Pan-African network of artists, arts organisations, creative enterprises and activists engaged in  capacity  building,  advocacy,  research,  cultural  policy,  information dissemination, publication  of  reports  and best practice  toolkits,  all  geared  towards  growing and strengthening  the cultural  and creative sectors  in  Africa,  and making  a contribution  to democracy, human rights and development on the African continent. With its continental secretariat recently relocated from Cape Town, South Africa to Abidjan in Ivory Coast, Arterial Network has official national chapters in 20 countries and wide representation in other parts of Africa. Arterial Network is represented in Nigeria  by the  Committee for  Relevant  Art  (CORA),  formally  registered  as  CORA   Arts  & Cultural  Foundation.  Please visit our websites for more information and


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