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Check out our 2014 performance of “Hamdan:Through the Gate of Tears” through our collaboration with The Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center([ Sqcc.org Link ] and Howard University in Washington...
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Hamdan: Through the Gate of Tears

Hamdan: Through the Gate of Tears is a modern ballet celebrating one man's journey from his homeland of Oman to East Africa. Oman, which lies on the southeas...

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Check out #NMAfA 's Chief S.O. Alonge: Photographer to the Royal Court of Benin, Nigeria Exhibition in the Summer issue of Platform Africa by @aperturemag
The exhibition is scheduled to open in Nigeria on September 27.

'Platform Africa’ Highlights What and Who You Need to Know in African Photography bit.ly/2sOUJlF
Check out NMAfA s Chief SO Alonge Photographer to the Royal Court

First Look: 'Platform Africa' Highlights Who You Need to Know in African Photography

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Happy Friday! Take a quick tour of our latest multimedia exhibit "Jim Chuchu's Invocations" which opened June 21. See it in real time! #LGBTQ ‍#jimchuchu
Thursday, June 22: Award-winning Nigerian artist, writer, and photographer Victor Ehikhamenor (pictured left) during his "Artist Talk" at the National Museum of African Art last night with fellow Nigerian writer Helon Habila (pictured right).
Thursday June 22 Awardwinning Nigerian artist writer and photographer Victor Ehi
Somali-American model “Halima Aden, embodies the “We Wear Culture” theme. She was the first Hijab-wearing model to walk international runways. She had her debut at the Fall 2017 New York Fashion week. Check out her story in Vogue Arabia” #WeWearCulture
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SomaliAmerican model Halima Aden embodies the We Wear Culture theme She was

Halima Aden Inside the April “Power” Issue

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We are proud to be part of the Google cultural Institute's "We Wear Culture" website with over 180 museums, cultural centers and fashion houses around the world. We Wear Culture spans 3,000 years of the world's fashion in the largest virtual exhibition of style. Over the next few weeks we will feature stories from our Connecting the Gems of the Indian Ocean: From...
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Opening today! Celebrate #Pride2017 ‍ and experience Kenyan artist Jim Chuchu's Invocations exhibition at the National Museum of African Art #JimChuchu #multimedia #LGBTQ bit.ly/1ixKiZN
Opening today Celebrate Pride2017 and experience Kenyan artist Jim Chuchus Invoc
Attendees will be invited to view our latest exhibition, Jim Chuchu's Invocations in the Point of View Gallery following the talk.
Attendees will be invited to view our latest exhibition Jim Chuchus Invocations

Artist Talk Victor Ehikhamenor

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The Art of the Masquerade: An Artist-in-Residence Miniseries
Discover firsthand the art of the masquerade! In diverse regions across Africa and the world, masquerade plays a vital role for communities, often marking cultural or spiritual milestones. Join us for live demonstrations of these incredible art forms! The Liberia-founded and Maryland-based Dehkontee Artists Theatre, Inc., will...
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The Art of the Masquerade: An ArtistinResidence Miniseries

The Art of the Masquerade: An Artist-in-Residence Miniseries

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Discover firsthand the art of the masquerade! In diverse regions across Africa and the world, masquerade plays a vital role for communities, often marking cultural or spiritual milestones. Join us for live demonstrations of these incredible art forms! The Liberia-founded and Maryland-based Dehkontee Artists Theatre, Inc., will perform masquerades inspired by Mande- and Kwa-speaking groups from...
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Discover firsthand the art of the masquerade In diverse regions across Africa

The Art of the Masquerade: An Artist-in-Residence Miniseries

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The July 15 screening of Maami has been rescheduled to August 19.
The July 15 screening of Maami has been rescheduled to August 19

Africa in Reel Time: Maami

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As we celebrate #Pride2017 ‍ here's a sneak peek of our upcoming exhibition "Invocations" by Kenyan artist Jim Chuchu which opens to the public Wednesday, June 21. #multimedia #LGBTQ bit.ly/1ixKiZN
As we celebrate Pride2017 heres a sneak peek of our upcoming exhibition
Due to unforeseen circumstances, this screening has been cancelled.
Due to unforeseen circumstances this screening has been cancelled

Adventures in Zambezia - CANCELLED

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Saturday, June 17 - CANCELLED
Due to unforeseen circumstances the film screening of Zambezia is cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Saturday June 17 CANCELLED Due to unforeseen circumstances the film screening of

Adventures in Zambezia - CANCELLED

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Bring your family to the museum this Saturday for a complimentary screening of Zambezia!
Bring your family to the museum this Saturday for a complimentary screening of Zambezia

Africa in Reel Time Presents: Adventures in Zambezia

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Join us at the National Museum of African Art for #WorkshopWednesdays 1:30–3:30 p.m. every first and third Wednesday of every month! FREE s.si.edu/2pKUjKW
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We're excited to host DanceAfrique today and really kick off Summer! Join us in our Pavilion at 12pm! Free. bit.ly/2sw3Nfh
Were excited to host DanceAfrique today and really kick off Summer Join
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We are excited to host DanceAfrique today to really kickoff Summer! Join us at 12pm.
We are excited to host DanceAfrique today to really kickoff Summer Join us at 12pm

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We are celebrating #Pride2017 ‍ with opening of Kenyan artist Jim Chuchu's Invocations at the National Museum of African Art 6/21 #multimedia #LGBTQ bit.ly/1ixKiZN
We are celebrating Pride2017 with opening of Kenyan artist Jim Chuchus Invocations