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Smithsonian:SIW Nigerian Art Reading List
Dedicated to exploring the full scope of modern culture, Smithsonian World was produced by
the Smithsonian Institution and WETA-TV between 1984 and 1991 and examined a variety of...
Femi Olawole - Author of The Price of A Reckless Past, which deals with the marriage institution and African cultures and orientations.
I'm an Author, Poet, Columnist, Blogger and Speaker. I'm also into consultancy---manuscript editing, proof-reading and ghost writing. As a public speaker, Olawole has been privileged to speak at various occasions and places such as colleges, high schools, religious gatherings, Kwanzaa celebration and family re-unions. His subjects have covered different issues such as the followings. Nigerian Authors, Yoruba, South West, Arts, Writers, His literary works, on the other hand, have given him the pedestals to contribute, across the world, columns to newspapers, essays to journals and poems to anthologies. And as a personal philosophy, he has endeavored---most often---to craft his essays, works of poetry and books as a social commentary on his immediate environments.
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Gallery Chiefs and Spirits - Dedicated to the promotion of contemporary African art, including the work of
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G. I. Jones -- S.E. Nigerian
Art and Culture
Welcome to the - G. I. Jones - Photographic Archive of Southeastern Nigerian Art and
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Gwendolyn Doak Below are links to all of the archived ECLIPSE articles written by this
person. Articles Alpha Kappa Alpha Hosts Black Artists at Annual Happy Hour (November 25,
1997) Interactive Nigerian Exhibit at the National Museum of African...
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Flora Flora Nwapa Nigerian Literature - Cries of Protest Nigerian literature expresses the
struggles of a country that has survived the exploitation of colonialism and capitalism as
well as the devastation of civil war and authoritarianism. Given...
Displays a photograph of a Fulani woman, but most of the page profiles the entire ethnic
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H A R R Y S A R A T O G A
An informal monthly survey of art, design, fashion, and music
as seen through a fresh tilted view. Submissions accepted from artists.
Great sight for the Igbos.It has several images relating to Igbo culture and tradition. It
can only get better. Visit and see for yourself. Igbo people inhabit the large and fertile
region of the lower Niger river and its adjoining territories.The current population is
estimated at around 30 million people.
Ijele: Art eJournal of the African World
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Ile Orunmila African Imports
Based in San Bernadino, California. Sells musical instruments, Nigerian tapes, palm kernel
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Brazilian born jazz musician Dante Ozzetti is transforming the Brazilian music scene by
creating an eclectic mix of rhythms on his latest cd, "Ultrapássaro".
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Soprano Jennifer Bynum
A brief biographical history of Jennifer Bynum and recorded Negro Spirituals.
Internet Bible Study
An interactive Bible study course entitled "Are You Sure
Of Your Eternal Salvation?" consisting of 25 lessons.
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ABUJA, NIGERIA About the company In 1992 Mrs. Yasmin Othman and family formed Gemini
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African-Influenced Steel Sculpture
Biddington's visits the artist's studio of sculptor Janet Goldner who work is touched by
the art and architecture of West Africa.
FYI COMMUNICATIONS, INC. JUSTIN AJAYI Nigeria Pen &
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the musical Sing...
Bornu and the Hausa Kingdoms - historical overview Kanem was originally a
confederation of various ethnic groups, but by 1100AD, a peoples called the Kanuri settle
in Kanem and in the thirteenth century the Kanuri began upon a conquest of their
Ken Saro-Wiwa: Ken
Saro-Wilwa was executed by the Nigerian Government on November 10th, 1995. He was
recipient of the 1995 Goldman Environmental Prize for Africa and he founded the Movement
for the Survival of the Orgoni People in Nigeria's Rivers State.
Saro-Wiwa Overview - includes biography, works, themes, and more -:Ken
Saro-Wiwa Overview - includes biography, works, themes, and more.
Kilima - Nigeria
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Kingdoms of the Medieval
An introduction to the history of Sudanic Africa (the states of Songhay, Kanem-Bornu, and
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Sunny Ade - All-Music Guide
Browse the biography available in six different languages, or view the discography. With
links to King Sunny Ade and His African Beats.
Kolade Oshinowo, the Master painter and portraitist, a veritable storehouse of creative genius. Over the years Kolade Oshinowo has consistently produced engaging works drawing the viewer in as a participant rather than an admirer. His paintings engage the world around him; communicating that indeed “art is life”. Arts, Art Portraits, Paintings, Frames, Art Gallery, Galleries, Artists, Creators, Collector's Arts, Master Piece.
Kuti, Fela -
Examine the thorough biography of the inventor of Afro-beat, or rate any of Fela's many
recordings. With related artist links.
Lightacandle: Munachi's Homepage of African
Features inspirational African poetry, quotes, stories,
jokes, African theology, Bible studies, free Sunday homilies updated weekly.
Maison De France
French Cultural Center- French Alliance Organization, Language, French Programme,
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Modamo.com: Top Wedding Photographer in Nigeria
MOdAMO.COM is a top photography outfit based in Lagos, Nigeria. Since 1999 We have consistently provided professional photography services ranging from weddings, to portraiture, to interior and architectural photography. Our passion for excellence; creativity and professionalism has endeared us to a wide array of discerning clients, at home and abroad.
Mumuye, Nigeria: Art in Context
Displays a human figure created by the Mumuye, an isolated group that has avoided
Islamization. A brief paragraph explains the importance of figurines in this culture.
Site for information on threats to the world's museums. Little on Africa but has an
article on thefts from Nigerian museums.
Our objectives are provision of a conducive
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National Gallery of Art, Nigeria
The National Gallery of Art is a parastatal of the Federal Ministry of Tourism, Culture and National Orientation, Nigeria responsible for the collection, preservation, documentation and presentation of Nigeria's contemporary plastic arts, with headquarters at the prowling city of Abuja, capital of Nigeria but with branches in the six geo-political zones of the Country.
There are many aspects to the different media that i use in creating my works over the last 20 odd years. This section of my site introduces the audience to works in Sculpture, Mixed Media, Cloth Series, Adire, Installations, Ebony and Totem Pole series. Exhibitions, lecturer, teaching, Portraits, Oil and Glue Canvas, Drawings, comtemporary arts, Metal Works, Metal Arts, Wood Carvings, Curators, Galleries, Artists, Arts...
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Writers Institute - Wole Soyinka
Wole Soyinka Air Date: WMHT, Channel 17, Saturday, May 15, 1999, 6:00 p.m. Air Date: WMHQ,
Channel 45, Wednesday, May 19, 1999, 9:30 p.m Hear Wole Soyinka talk about his writing.
Wole Soyinka, Nobel prize-winning playwright, poet, and novelist, is..
.Nigeria: Languages & Greetings
You will find an introduction to the Yoruba language with a pronunciation guide that you
can hear for a variety of the more difficult sounds and phrases.
Nigerian & African Video Films Forum - Home
Nigerian and African Professional filmmakers discussion forum, a place for all serious aspirants and Nollywood enthusiasts to interact. TV, Entertainment, Adverts, Arts, Music, sithengi, nigerian, nollywood, filmmakers, pro, professional, aspiring, top, actors, afirca, forum, discussion, cinema, video, films, sola, videos, cinema, artists, celebrities, osofisan, camera, cameraman, videography, bulletin board.
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nigerian artists Chika Okeke, "Tyranny and Democracy", 1994 Georgina Beier,
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Nigerian Art & Culture
Nigerian versatility in art is so great that it is generally felt that all African nations should view Nigeria as the principal trustee of the most durable fruits of black artistic genius. The oldest sculptures found in Nigeria were from the Southern Zaria and Benue areas of central Nigeria. They consist of terracotta figures and figurines made by a people who achieved a high degree of cultural sophistication. These sculptures, together with other cultural elements, have been named the Nok Culture.
Nigerian Arts & Culture Directory
The official website created to be a repository of all works of art, artists, writers, musicians, art centres, tourist sites, museums and monuments, festivals, film, indigenous games, fashion, languages, cuisines and culinary institutions, practitioners and stakeholders, etc., of Art, Culture and Tourism in Nigeria.
Nigerian Entertainment Online Magazine
Movie, music, book review, model search, interactive forums, live radio and lots more... Your number one source for the Nigerian Entertainement Industry giving you a look at movies, music, books, fashion, beauty and more.
Owing to the ravaging influences of Western civilization and the non-chalant attitudes of Nigerians to the appreciation, promotion and preservation of our culture, some of our indigenous music like Highlife, Apala, Fuji, Juju, Makosa, Hausa, Ibo, Yoruba, Ijaw, Ibibio, Tiv, Kanuri, Igala, Sakara, Kalangu, etc, the instruments with which they are played, our appreciation of the musicians themselves and their hit tracks are gradually vanishing in our memories. In Nigeria today, our indigenous music is losing face and morals, and the younger generation are being assimilated into druggish culture. What we now listen to is organised noise . This website seeks to keep alive the memories of some strong breeds amongst Nigerian musicians for those who care to learn from the past so as to affect their future.
Nigerian Fabrics & Fashions
Nigerian Fabrics and Fashions takes the opportunity to thank our past customers for their
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the first time, we welcome you to the family of the Nigerian Fabrics..
Languages Website - Description of a new website containing
information on Nigerian langauges
Literature: Oral and Written Traditions
Nigerian Literature: Oral and Written Traditions Laura C. Gardner '94, EL 32 [Semester I,
1990] Wole Soyinka's A Shuttle in the Crypt, contains poems such as "O Roots!"
and "When Seasons Change" which obviously hark back to Nigerian ancestry and...
Nigerian Lyrics: Fastest Growing and Largest Collection of Nigerian Lyrics
Nigerian Lyrics dot Net is Nigeria's foremost dedicated lyrics website. The website has the ambitious goal of building the largest collection of Nigerian songs' lyrics on the Internet.
With the proliferation of Internet use in Nigeria, a need arose. The need is to provide Nigerians with the Lyrics of their favorite songs. Naija Lyrics, Nigerian Lyrics, Nigerian Artists, Nigerian Songs, Naija, Artists, Music, Songs, Nigerian Lyrics Reviews.
France's National Audiovisual Institute sponsors this site on Nigerian music, with an
alphabetical listing of musicians and groups and their albums. Also organized by musical
In the mood for a little pounded yam or melon seed soup? These and other tasty delicacies
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