Luxury hospitality brand brings you 2nd edition of African Heritage Week
Kicking off the month long celebration will be series of carefully curated and commissioned art installations within R.S.V.P’s restaurant.
Following the success of its first edition, R.S.V.P has created a month-long celebration of modern reimagined versions of African culture.
African Heritage Week will feature five distinct interactive exhibitions in Cuisine, Art and Music. These collaborations aim at projecting the relationship between fine dining, music, arts and how each of them have played dynamic roles in Africa’s heritage, individually and collectively.
Kicking off the month long celebration will be series of carefully curated and commissioned art installations within R.S.V.P’s restaurant by the online art platform ARTOJA, graphic artist, Omoligho Udenta and sculptor, Obinna Makata. Guests will continue to enjoy the renowned food menu and cocktail list along with this rare interactive experience.
The month culminates in a Kitchen Takeover by Chef Kwame Onwuachi; a celebrated US based Jamaican/Nigerian chef who is bringing a unique twist on African Heritage to dinners and guest on Saturday 24th Feb.
Also taking place will be ‘NAGO’, a soundscape and poolside party hosted by contemporary DJ and Artist, AYE!
Date: Friday, 23rd February 2018
Event: NAGO (R.S.V.P. Poolside)
Venue: R.S.V.P Poolside, 9, Eletu Ogabi, Victoria Island Lagos.
Date: Saturday, 24th February 2018
Event: Kitchen Takeover by Chef Kwame Onwuachi
Venue: R.S.V.P, 9, Eletu Ogabi, Victoria Island Lagos.
Arts Collaborators: Artoja/ Obinna Makata/ Omoligho Udenta
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African Heritage Week is proudly refreshed by 7UP.
R.S.V.P is a restaurant and bar operating in Lagos, Nigeria which officially kicked off operations in 2014. The concept is based on the principles of Simplicity, Neutrality and Fun with inspiration from New York City in all its forms, from the prohibition era days until present times, the upscale sex appeal of Manhattan and the grungy feel of Brooklyn, giving guests an out of Lagos experience where work, play and power meet.
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