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The Modern Day School of Arts presents “For The Love of Arts” – Exhibition & Fundraising Dinner



On the 21st of December 2011, Art Lovers and beyond will congregate at the Civic Center in Victoria Island as part of the activities leading to the July 2012 Launch of the 1st solely Modern Arts University in Nigeria – The Modern Day School of Arts.

The Modern Day School of the Arts (MDSA) is a training institution that is set on advancing literacy in the community, promoting quality education and encouraging the creative performance of individuals. The goal is to grow into becoming Nigeria’s foremost institution for education of the arts.

Just recently approved by the Ministry of Education, the School is presenting its first event – For The Love of Arts (FTLOA) to the community. FTLOA is a one-day event that will feature some of the best in Nigerian Arts while creating awareness and promoting the Arts industry in Nigeria. The event will also position aspiring artists for careers in arts and design, and share with its audience the curriculum which includes but not limited to Fashion Design, Media, Interior Design/Architecture, Advertising/Graphic & Web Design, Film, Photography and music to name a few.

The day starts at 10AM to 4PM with a FREE Entry Exhibition by one of kind artists such as Mode Adenirokun, Agahome, Karo Akpokiere, Jude Anogwih, Wale Ariztos, TY Bello, Victor Ehikhamenor, GREY, Kimono Kollections to name a few.

It then rolls into the evening from 6PM, where you are invited for an Entertainment Night that will leave you wanting more. The evening will be filled with exciting performances and surprise appearances by our very talented and Modern Day Artists.

Please join us by supporting the Fundraiser Dinner (Limited Seating Available):
Venue: Civic Center, Victoria Island, Lagos
Day: Wednesday December 21st, 2011
Time: 6PM Prompt
Ticket Cost: N10,000.00

Tickets to the event can be purchased on or or call to RSVP on 0706 – 378 – 5013

For any questions or exhibitor inquiry, please call 0706-378-5013 or email [email protected]

Also please visit for more information about The Modern Day School of Arts in Nigeria.


  1. sunshine

    December 20, 2011 at 7:45 am

    This is a huge step in the right direction. Modern art in Nigeria will take precedence over old ways of practice.

  2. micheal

    December 22, 2011 at 7:16 am

    is 2 be here

  3. Emena

    August 27, 2012 at 1:35 am

    How can i become a student of this institution?

  4. james timothy

    December 13, 2014 at 8:18 pm

    How can I become a student of this institute


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