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JOM partners Johfrim Art for Afro-Celtic Textile Art show


JOM Charity in collaboration with Johfrim Art and Design Studio an affiliate of the Kakofoni group, funded by the National Lottery Community Funding, UK will from September 1, 2021 stage the Afro-Celtic Textile Art show in Glasgow, United Kingdom (UK). The show is titled, Re-Generation.

Johfrim Arts And Design Studio is housing some of African and international artworks to carry out the exhibition. The organisers also applauded the national lottery for funding this exhibition that will not only enhance community activities, benefit local businesses, but educate as well.

The aim of the Afro-Celtic Textile Art Exhibition is to explore the Beautiful Art of Afro-Celtic Textiles.


Hence, building stronger relationships between African, Scottish, and other communities in Scotland. It is also aimed to create a better interrelationship between them. The workshops are projected to give participants activities that allow them to interact with others thereby alleviating, isolation, loneliness, and depression.

The project is intended to attract people from surrounding towns, other parts of the United Kingdom, Europe, and Africa.
There is also an invitation to other African artists to participate in the exhibition.

Works from Nike Art gallery will also be on display. According to Josephine Oboh maCleod, the aim of johfrim Arts And Design Studio, with a branch in Lagos is to also involve the big arts wigs in Nigeria in order to promote true authentic interrelationship with Scotland. It is expected that the exhibition will bring more awareness and boost the local businesses in the area.


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