Sat, 26 Jun | afropolis.org

Oruko Mi Ni [reinterpreting ìbejì]

Oruko mi ni: Reinterpreting Ibeji presents Yoruba knowledges to redirect the focus from Ere Ibeji (Yoruba wooden twin figure) to the cultural traditions surrounding Ibeji. The event is co-hosted by Afropolis and University of British Columbia.
Registration is Closed
Oruko Mi Ni [reinterpreting ìbejì]

Time & Location

26 Jun, 18:00 – 20:30 WAT
afropolis.org

About the Event

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.

Registration is Closed

Share This Event