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Artist and Designer Nike Davies Okundaye invites you to visit her Nigeria, an ancient culture that thrives in modern cities, a world that moves easily between talking drums and the internet.

Nike has given workshops on traditional Nigerian textiles to audiences in the US and Europe during the past 20 years. While she is known for her colorful batik and paintings that offers a modernist gloss on traditional themes, she was brought up amidst the traditional weaving and dying practiced in her native village of Ogidi in Western Nigeria. Her fame as an artist and teacher has taken her all over the globe. Now, she invites you to visit her in Nigeria and immerse yourself in African tradition.
Nick Robertson, tel. 703-786-0302, nick@todin.com

Stanley Lederman, tel. 212-427-1253

Remi Adedapo, tel. 917-445-6611, remiadedapo@mobile.att.net

Welcome to the Benin Branch of the Nigerian Field Society.Information about the Branch is shown under About Us.Upcoming activities are announced under Events.   Reports about previous trips and talks are reported under Trips & Talks.Dr. I. Ero (Dept. of Forestry and Wildlife,UNIBEN),

Nigeria's art dates back a long time, over 2000 years by some archeological beliefs. The Nok Terracotta and the Igbo Ukwu are examples of some excavations that have been discovered by archeologists to indicate a highly developed artistic and technologically based civilization. Some of the really old art found shows very much detail and very distinctive features suggesting technological skills way back when.
The G. I. Jones Photographic Archive of Southeastern Nigerian Art and Culture
jmccall@siu.edu
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