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Frontal of Nike Art Gallery with panel showing photos of adire-making process

2019

The Centenary Project

The Centenary Project
Lagos, Nigeria

Frontal of Nike Art Gallery with panel showing photos of adire-making process. Adire is the traditional Yoruba hand painted cloth on which patterns are made by tying and stitching with raffia or cotton thread, or by using chicken feathers to paint cassava paste on the cloth which then acts as a resist dye, much like the wax method used on the batiks. The art of making Adire is taught formally at Nike Art Galleries in different parts of the country including Ogidi-Ijumu.

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  • Title: Frontal of Nike Art Gallery with panel showing photos of adire-making process
  • Date Created: 2019
  • Location Created: Ogidi Ijumu, Nigeria

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