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    ONYE A BU { Nnanne, Nwa Nwanne, Nwunye } : Nda M, Aha ya bu ORIAKU EBERE NWICHI; …

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    We weren’t quite sure what to expect because the continent is in itself such …

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    SOAS’s Brunei Gallery is pleased to present this collaborative exhibition curated by Chuu Krydz …

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    Two years after lockdown Congress of Igbo Leaders UK are back again with the Igbo …

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    Ọjị is a very important object and highly regarded aspect of igbo tradition and culture.…

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    artefact:an object made by a human being, typically one of cultural or historical interest. …

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    OGENDIGBO is organizing this fundraiser.OGENDIGBO  – Prioritising Time for Language & Cultural Heritage.Ndi be …

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    Aku Ilu – ( Bitter Kola ) is the nut from Osisi Akuili. In Igboland it is regarded …

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  • VOICE OF THE ELDERS – MAAZI OBI OKOLI

    VOICE OF THE ELDERS – MAAZI OBI OKOLI

    Discussing the Transference of Authentic Cultural Heritage from Generation to Generation I was fortunate enough to get a few seconds of Maazi Obi Okoli’s time to find out what his thoughts are on the factors…

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    VOICE OF THE ELDERS – MAAZI OBI OKOLI

    Discussing the Transference of Authentic Cultural Heritage from Generation to Generation I was fortunate enough to get a few seconds of Maazi Obi Okoli’s time to find out what his thoughts are on the factors…

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    VOICE OF THE ELDERS- ORIAKU EBERE NWICHI

    VOICE OF THE ELDERS- ORIAKU EBERE NWICHI

    ONYE A BU { Nnanne, Nwa Nwanne, Nwunye } : Nda M, Aha ya bu ORIAKU EBERE NWICHI; aha Nna gi Ugah. kedu ihe ị gụrụ n’ụlọ akwụkwọ na ihe na-amasị gị? Ee, emere m…

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    VOICE OF THE ELDERS- ORIAKU EBERE NWICHI

    ONYE A BU { Nnanne, Nwa Nwanne, Nwunye } : Nda M, Aha ya bu ORIAKU EBERE NWICHI; aha Nna gi Ugah. kedu ihe ị gụrụ n’ụlọ akwụkwọ na ihe na-amasị gị? Ee, emere m…

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    Igbo Shrine

    Igbo Shrine

    Igbo shrine is the brainchild of a media house targeted at promoting and interpreting Igbo culture and spiritual practices, free from Eurocentric perspectives and misinterpretations of Igbo ancient practices. Igbo Shrine aka Odinaani Igbo is…

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    Igbo Shrine

    Igbo shrine is the brainchild of a media house targeted at promoting and interpreting Igbo culture and spiritual practices, free from Eurocentric perspectives and misinterpretations of Igbo ancient practices. Igbo Shrine aka Odinaani Igbo is…

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    Igbo & West African Designers @ Africa Fashion – V & A Museum

    Igbo & West African Designers @ Africa Fashion – V & A Museum

    We weren’t quite sure what to expect because the continent is in itself such a large and deeply diverse geographical and geopolitical space. Would it be country by country, ethnic group or nationality and what…

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    Igbo & West African Designers @ Africa Fashion – V & A Museum

    We weren’t quite sure what to expect because the continent is in itself such a large and deeply diverse geographical and geopolitical space. Would it be country by country, ethnic group or nationality and what…

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    Forward to the Past : Re -Engaging Uli in new Experiments

    Forward to the Past : Re -Engaging Uli in new Experiments

    SOAS’s Brunei Gallery is pleased to present this collaborative exhibition curated by Chuu Krydz Ikwuemesi, of Nigerian artists drawing on and connecting with the tradition of Uli as an artform in their work. “Uli refers…

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    Forward to the Past : Re -Engaging Uli in new Experiments
    Igbo Arts & Culture Festival 2022

    Igbo Arts & Culture Festival 2022

    Two years after lockdown Congress of Igbo Leaders UK are back again with the Igbo Festival of Arts & Culture !!We had such a wonderful time this year at Jubilee park where it was held…

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