Formerly known as 'French Cultural Centre', this centre is the major French centre in Abuja.
This art gallery is involved in Nigerian and African cultural heritage, contemporary arts acquisition, exhibition, promotion and support.
The first of its kind in Africa and one of twenty eight in the world, this cultural centre was established to enhance friendship, bilateral relations and understanding between Korea and Nigeria through cultural and educational programs.
The 14th Chinese cultural centre in the world, enhanced with rich and exciting cultural heritage of China, this cultural centre is empowered with several arts and crafts showcasing the Chinese culture to Nigeria.
This is an Abuja council that organizes art-works display and festival show-casing. Formerly known as the Arts and Culture Complex, it is named after renowned writer, Cyprian Ekwensi.
This is the Federal Government body charged with the responsibility of coordination, development and promotion of the Living Arts and Culture of Nigeria at national and international fora.
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