As component of our celebration of Nigeria’s diamond jubilee, Terra Kulture in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture shall be organizing a collection of multimedia events intended to explore the various methods socio-cultural influences have influenced and also continue to affect the forging of a nationwide identity from the varied societies that make up Nigeria.

Style has actually always been an useful component of our culture, as well as its importance in our history can not be overlooked. Cycles of Fashion, the initial of a collection of culture-centric exhibits, will certainly capture the abundant payments of style and outfit code to the Nigerian nationwide identification.

Mrs Bolanle Austen-Peters, CEO of Terra Kulture as well as Executive Producer of this task, said in a declaration, “Terra Kulture is dedicated to informing Nigerian stories as well as this event affords another possibility to do so. Ours is a country rich in culture, and also we are showcasing varying expressions of our society with the advancement of our style. This way, we invite you to put on brand-new lenses that permit us to see the transformation of Nigerian style from the nation-state’s entering into being with till freedom. You will be immersed in an audio-visual experience that stimulates several detects, as we explore yet another element of the Nigerian tale, our Cycles of Fashion!”

This exhibit is curated by Oludamola Adebowale and Yakubu Yahaya, they are in charge of the instructions of this event, focusing it on Nigerian Fashion from 1900 to 1960, with historic and also cultural referrals highlighting its value in our social heritage.

Oludamola Adebowale is a leading curator who has actually been commissioned by Ogun State Government (African Drum Festival 2019), the British Council along with Prof. Wole Soyinka. Mr Adebowale is fairly experienced on Nigerian background and cultural heritage.

According to Yakubu Yahaya, ‘the series of multimedia exhibits is intended to discover the different means socio-cultural impacts have influenced as well as remain to influence the forging of a nationwide identity from the different societies that comprise Nigeria.

The Cycles of Fashion will showcase the dress code as a major identifier of a people as well as their heritage.

Mr Timi Onibon of The History Studios adds that ‘as we define ourselves as an individuals and continue to present ourselves to the globe, comprehending that we were as well as are gives us the devices to inform our own true as well as genuine tales. Cycles of Fashion is the initial in a collection of events by Terra Kulture and we at The Background Studios are excited to be sustaining this effort’.

Opening Up Times: 10am– 6pm DAILY

Exhibit Dates: 1ST– 31ST OCTOBER 2020

Public Preview: THURSDAY OCTOBER 1ST 2020. 4PM

GRAND Opening: SATURDAY OCTOBER 3rd 2020. 3pm (Strictly by Invitation)

This project is sustained by The Guardian Life.