Exploring the African Mask: A Reflection of Spirituality and Cultural Depth By Cyrus Blot, CADA Art Consultant & Advisor

African masks are not merely artistic expressions but are deeply imbued with cultural significance and spiritual depth. The exhibition "Symbols of Spirit" provides a profound glimpse into the rich tapestry of African spiritual and communal life, showcasing masks from various cultures such as the Chokwe, Kuba, and Yoruba. These artifacts serve as more than decorative

2024-05-01T16:22:03+00:00May 1st, 2024|0 Comments

The Interplay of Art, Spirituality, and Philosophy in the Cultures of the Igbo, Mama, Yoruba, and Ogoni Peoples of Nigeria. By Ludlow E. Bailey

Nigeria, with its rich mosaic of cultures, offers a vibrant spectrum of indigenous philosophies and spiritual practices, intricately woven into the fabric of its various ethnic communities. This essay delves into the spiritual and philosophical cultures of four prominent Nigerian groups: the Igbo, Mama, Yoruba, and Ogoni peoples. By examining their artistic expressions and cultural

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