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Iwalewahaus

28 Jun 2020
Passionate about art, Dr. Ulf Vierke, Director, Iwalewahaus, Germany, is committed to making sure that artworks are properly preserved for posterity.
1 Aug 2018
The Centre for Black Culture and International Understanding (CBCIU), Osogbo is fast recovering the lost ground suffered during the years of interregnum (2012 to 2016) when attempt was made to change the leadership of the centre.
5 Apr 2015
The concept of the project has been developed by the Kenyan curator Sam Hopkins and being realised at Iwalewahaus in Bayreuth. However, the project has so far been accompanied by two “Mash up the archive-Festivals” in 2012 and 2013 and is being financially supported by ‘Kulturstiftung des Bundes’ and ‘Oberfrankenstiftung’.

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