GIDA Pop-Up, Marrakech
Jajjah by Hassan Hajjaj
9th February 2024

Gida Journal Pop-up at Jajjah by Hassan Hajjaj. Coinciding with the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair.
GIDA Gathering, Lagos
Tiwani Contemporary
2nd November 2023

An intimate five-course dinner, hosting 25 creative professionals, at Tiwani Contemporary gallery in Lagos, Nigeria. Sponsored by Ruinart and Whispering Angel.
Native x GIDA: New African Print, London
Shreeji Newsagent and Magazines
26th to 28th August 2023

A two-day pop up that honours the print publications that have worked to document, proliferate and immortalise African visual culture, from the past and to the newly published. Our curated selection of groundbreaking print publications and artist books included DADA, OFF TO, Crocodile Smile by waf., Boy.Brother.Friend, and more.

Presentations included ‘Making a Magazine: The NATIVE Way’ with Seni Saraki (NATIVE, Editor-in-Chief), and a panel discussion with Kacion Meyers (Dazed, Editorial Director), KK Obi (Boy.Brother.Friend, Editor-in-Chief), Mira Makadia & Momo Hassan-Odukale (GIDA Journal, Editor-in-Chiefs).
GIDA Journal Vol. II Launch, Nairobi
beit é selam
16th July 2023

Gida Journal Vol. II event and party at Beit é Selam, a restaurant in Nairobi, Kenya, renowned for its diverse culinary influences from across the African continent. This event was held in collaboration with Kiko Romoe, Tribe, and Beit é Salam.
2121: Speculative Everything, Lagos
The Freeme Space
14th to 16th December 2022

An immersive fashion exhibition, curated by Dunsin Wright, accompanied by a limited edition zine exploring Afrofuturism through the works of eleven designers and artists by GIDA.
GIDA Journal Vol. I Launch, London
Shreeji Newsagent and Magazines
14th August 2022

A pop up at the iconic Shreeji Newsagent in London, bringing together our GIDA community in London.
GIDA Journal Vol. I Launch, Lagos
14th April 2022

GIDA Journal warmly invites you to the private launch of its first print publication, an anthology of works exploring the cultural landscape of the West African region. The evening will be supported by Pedro’s Gin - a premium ògógóró, micro-distilled in small batches and handcrafted in Nigeria, and hosted at Mìlíkì, the cultural hub and members lounge.

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