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Nigerian National Museum is a national museum of Nigeria, located in the city of Lagos. The museum has a notable collection of Nigerian art, including pieces of statuary and carvings and archaeological and ethnographic exhibits. This animation illustrates how the new museum will look after proposed modernization and refurbishment works are completed, If you like the look of this video, or need something similar - Contact us today to discuss our Expert Architectural CGI Animation Services and how you can benefit: - Call now on +44 203 878 8522 - Email firstname.lastname@example.org - Visit http://www.lifangcgi.co.uk - Discounts available - http://www.lifangcgi.co.uk/referral-rewards/ #lifangcgi https://youtu.be/hHPndXrvOJM
► Subscribe to BattaBox on YouTube: http://goo.gl/4dgy2r Chief Mrs Nike rules the world of Art in Nigeria. Everything around her, including what she wears is Art. She owns and runs the famous Nike Art Gallery, named after herself and located in Lekki Lagos. "I started when i was six years old with my great grandmother who is an artist," says Chief Nike BattaBox presenter Adeola takes us inside Nike Art gallery in Lagos to see some of the best artworks created in Nigeria, by Nigerians. Chief Nike further explains and interprets some of her artworks to Adeola as she gives her a tour of the three storey building gallery. "Here is a lady with babies all over her body,"Chief Nike explains one art work Nigeria has bred some talented artists who tell stories about the Nigerian culture, thr...
► Subscribe to BattaBox on YouTube: http://goo.gl/4dgy2r Where the sandy bank juts out into the blue waters of the lagoon is still described as the "Point of No Return" - its beauty offset by its nightmare past. This is where slaves were sold and shipped to the Americas - never to see Africa again. "We call it Point-of-No-Return because past there you will not see Africa again," says CornerStone, showing us the port where the slaves boarded the slave ships for the Americas. BattaBox reports from the Badagry Slave Museum in Nigeria which is currently undergoing rehabilitation and you can see the well that was dug by the slaves in 1847. Figures vary considerably, but it is estimated that nearly 3 million slaves were taken from the West African region (Togo, Benin, Cameroon, etc), particu...
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Thursday marks 15 years since the death of Kuti, the Nigerian Afrobeat musician who became a global icon thanks to his unique sound, his wild lifestyle and his harsh criticism of his country's corrupt military regimes. He is far from forgotten, both here and in many places abroad, and his family has been working to further preserve Kuti's legacy, including efforts to turn his last house into a museum -- the reason his bedroom was left as is.Duration: 00:51
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Meet internationally acclaimed Nigerian photographer George Osodi and see his solo show at the Newark Museum, "Royals & Regalia: Inside the Palaces of Nigeria's Monarchs." Osodi traveled through the West African country of Nigeria, which has hundreds of distinct tribes, each with its own royal family. Produced by Eric Schultz; Narrated by Dan Gordon
Oil on canvas acrylic, watercolour,charcoal drawings.
I visited this museum in the town of Lekki. CHIEF OBAFEMI AWOLOWO was here on a house arrest in 1962 during the notorious Nigerian political crisis. I will update later....... I must confess that I got real excited and I couldn't do a thorough job with my web cam....sorry for that ooooooooo
We visited the Biafran Museum and I had way too much fun on the see-saw. Umuahia, Nigeria CONNECT with me- insta: http://instagram.com/nddamaka blog lyfe: http://nddamaka.blogspot.com tumble: http://ndidiamaka.tumblr.com snapchat: nddamaka
Purchase: http://www.der.org/films/tubali.html The beautiful architecture of Hausa cities in Northern Nigeria is examined in this film. Local builders, architects, and a museum curator explain the development of the Hausa style and traditional methods of construction. Master craftsmen and their apprentices show how traditional architectural forms influence contemporary design. Hausa building technology, as well as the social, religious and aesthetics of Hausa architecture are also discussed. a film by Sabine Jell-Bahlsen distributed by Documentary Educational Resources