THIS WEEK ON AFROPOLIS
Oruko Mi Ni: [Reinterpreting Ibeji] presents Yoruba knowledges to redirect the focus from Ere Ibeji (Yoruba wooden twin figures) to the cultural traditions surrounding Ibeji – twin birth. Hosted by Afropolis and the University of British Columbia, as a two-day event from the 26-27th June 2021, that brings together performer Qudus Onikeku, playwright Prof. Ahmed Yerima and scholar Dr. Kọle Ade-Odutọla. this exhibition is curated by Oluwasayo Taiwo Olowo-Ake.
RSVP IS OBLIGATORY TO ATTEND.
RSVP and Join us on afropolis.org on 26th and 27th June, 6pm WAT, 10am PST for ORUKO MI NI with Dr. Odutola, Prof. Yerima and Qudus Onikeku.
Participation for this special gathering of dance makers and other art forms (music, video, sound, poetry and visual arts) from all over Nigeria is 25k per participant. Apply and make your payment before June 30th, limited slots now available. After this there will be no more possibility of being a part of this dancegathering Lagos 2021.
Send in your application right away via afropolis.org/2021