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#Repost from @sabrocka with @regram.app ... @It_app from @asirimagazine Finally,its here and good to go. We are pleased to announce the "Colours of our History" Art Campaign... How do we perceive our history? In what light do we see its relevance to this present times? Is it just for today’s cause or posterity? This question is timely going by the importance of the campaign which is poised to reach out to the generation of today. This advocacy also comes in attractive forms and enhanced by its colorful illustrations. In a sense, “The Colours of History” is geared towards re-invigorating the need to restore and re-instate the quantum of the Nigerian and African history at all educational levels in the country. As part of plans to celebrating its 5 years anniversary ,”The Colours of History” campaign kicks off on Monday 26th of February on all ASIRI Magazine social media platforms. Social media engagement can be followed (Facebook,Twitter and Instagram) by using the hash tag #COOH or #ColoursofourHistory. The campaign is going a monthly affair and kicks off with the narratives of Bashorun Gaha of Ibadan, the Lagos Invasion of 1851, the Benin Invasion of 1897 amongst others. This is going to be an exciting campaign #ASIRIMagazine #COOH #cooh #coloursofourhistory #history #culture #arts #heritage #africanstories #nigeriahistory #illustration #illustrationartists #googleculture #googleartsandculture #millennials #nanaolomu #culturalheritage #design #africahistory #storytelling #outofafrica #Ilovehistory #proudlynigerian🇳🇬
So, I think that google actually nailed it with this match. Such a high % too! I like this match way better than the one I just took down 😱 #googleartsandculture #scream
Regrann from @sabrocka - If you know me,you'd know I love stories especially when it has to do with the nigerian People and culture... (I actually have a book from Uni titled "Nigerian Peoples and culture"... If you know, you know) #TBH ASIRI MAKES HISTORY INTERESTING 🇳🇬🇳🇬 With @RepostIt_app from @asirimagazine Finally,its here and good to go. We are pleased to announce the "Colours of our History" Art Campaign... How do we perceive our history? In what light do we see its relevance to this present times? Is it just for today’s cause or posterity? This question is timely going by the importance of the campaign which is poised to reach out to the generation of today. This advocacy also comes in attractive forms and enhanced by its colorful illustrations. In a sense, “The Colours of History” is geared towards re-invigorating the need to restore and re-instate the quantum of the Nigerian and African history at all educational levels in the country. As part of plans to celebrating its 5 years anniversary ,”The Colours of History” campaign kicks off on Monday 26th of February on all ASIRI Magazine social media platforms. Social media engagement can be followed (Facebook,Twitter and Instagram) by using the hash tag #COOH or #ColoursofourHistory. The campaign is going a monthly affair and kicks off with the narratives of Bashorun Gaha of Ibadan, the Lagos Invasion of 1851, the Benin Invasion of 1897 amongst others. This is going to be an exciting campaign #ASIRIMagazine #COOH #cooh #coloursofourhistory #history #culture #arts #heritage #africanstories #nigeriahistory #illustration #illustrationartists #googleculture #googleartsandculture #millennials #nanaolomu #culturalheritage #design #africahistory #storytelling #outofafrica #Ilovehistory #proudlynigerian🇳🇬 - #regrann
My art doppelgänger. Google's flattering me though, she's looking a bit better than I am after having a bad night's sleep. #googleartsandculture #bandwagon
So as per Googles "Arts & Culture", I match this art piece at 70% accuracy. I tried it several times, it always comes down to this one, with others at a lower percentage... Ok. I'll take it, I guess. 😌 #googleartsandculture
#repost @googleartsculture Rumor has it the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. What about in Camille Pissarro's paintings? Browse our album of canvases with the same dominant shade, selected with the "Color" feature on #GoogleArts to find out. (click in the link in our bio to try for yourself) 1/ 'The House of the Deaf Woman and the Belfry at Eragny' @newfieldstoday 2/ 'Spring, Morning, Cloudy, Eragny' @tokyofujibi 3/ 'Morning Sunlight Effect, Eragny' @israel_museum 4/ 'The "Royal Palace" at the Hermitage, Pontoise' @vmfamuseum 5/ 'The Gardener - Old Peasant with Cabbage' @ngadc 6/ 'Chemin a L'Hermitage' @bellasartesargentina #pissarro #color #green #impressionism #pointillism #googleartsandculture