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TechCabal is glad to welcome you to Audacity, a story of the courage of 50 Lagos’ tech women portrayed in a portrait series and exhibition at the Africa Fintech Foundry.

The exhibition will be a multisensory experience that comprises portrait photography, abstract art, sculptural, interactive and digital elements.

Here’s a short guide to help you through the exhibition:

Exhibition Dates

The exhibition opens from 10 am – 4 pm on the following dates; March 16 – 17 and March 23 – 24. Entry is free but we would like for you to register here so we know who to expect.

Venue

The Africa Fintech Foundry is located at 1216, Ibiyinka Olorunbe, Off Amodu Ojikutu, Off Saka Tinubu, Victoria Island, Lagos. Here’s a Google Map link for the venue.

Africa Fintech Foundry

Parking

We have partnered with EZPark to ensure you have a decent parking experience. They’ll ensure you get parking space without stress for a fee of 500 naira for 3 hours.

QR code scanner

The exhibition is a multisensory one and we have included a QR code on all 50 portraits of the women in the series. The code will allow you to easily interact with their profile and story on www.techwomenlagos.com. You’ll, therefore, need a QR code scanner at the event. We recommend downloading any of the following for Android and IOS devices:

Restaurants in the area

In case you need to grab something to eat or drink, here are a few places close to the venue you can check:

We look forward to receiving you at the exhibition and hope you have a great time. Did we miss anything or do you have further questions? Please contact Toni Aladekomo (Project Manager, Tech Women Lagos) via toni@bigcabal.com.

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