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The Multilingual Project

Osun Arts and Delta Maria, two organisations with a wealth of experience of delivering authentic African arts and culture education have joined forces to collaborate on a new project we believe will help schools deliver on a number of learning outcomes particularly those on the ... Read Mores

African Arts to Combat Loneliness

We have put together a new workshop to tackle loneliness in the UK for our older generation. In recent years loneliness in the UK has become an increasing issue with the elderly, with many OAP’s sometimes not seeing another person for weeks on end. Psychologists ... Read Mores

The African Yam Festival

Yams are usually the first fruits of the harvest, the staple food of many peoples of western Africa. The yam is a large tuberous root related to the sweet potato. African yams can be white, yellow, or orange inside (but they still taste sweet) and ... Read Mores

African Tie Dyeing

Two of the most popular dyeing techniques in Africa are tie and dye and resist dye. In tie and dye, designs are first tied or stitched into the cloth, using cotton or raffia threads. In resist dye, dyers draw on the cloth using an impermeable ... Read Mores