Around the eastern slopes of Mount Kenya, a 92-year-old man named Japhlet Thambu has a tea farm. I had the opportunity to visit his farm with my friend and colleague, Laura Lee Huttenbach, who has written Mr. Thambu’s biography, forthcoming from Ohio University Press in Fall 2014. In the … Continue Reading ››
In 2012 Nigeria experienced unprecedented floods that affected more than 7.7 million people, 363 people were reported dead and more than 600,000 homes had been destroyed in over 32 states in Nigeria. Nigerian photographer August Udoh captures the disaster in this photo essay.
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In this photo essay by Berta Banacloche, she chronicles the daily life of Nigerian immigrant to Trapani, Italy. Bancloche's essay portrays the life of many immigrants that cross the sea from Libya to Italy.
This is number 22027 years oldOriginally from NigeriaCrossed over from Libya to Italy in a small boat105 people went with him, 103 of … Continue Reading ››
Photographer Patrick Galibert photo essay documents the culture and life behind the production of tea in Kenya. His photographers documents the daily lives of tea cultivators.
La cueillette du Thé.
La culture du thé vert s’accommode aux pluies régulières et au fort ensoleillement du nord du Kenya.
La grande majorité des cueillettes traditionnelles se font à … Continue Reading ››
African Digital Art Network was created and developed by Jepchumba. The term digital art is permeating through the web even though the precise definition is unclear. Digital art covers a wide range of artistic production; contemporary art, audio/visual production, animation, interactive projects, websites, short films, graphic art and design.