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NKATA: Art and Processes
NKATA is an Igbo word from the language spoken by the Igbo people of Nigeria. It simply means "Conversation". Thus this podcast series will feature conversations with selected individuals (artists, cultural operators, and creatives) whose work I have known – some over many years and others, a little less so. What sets them apart is that I consider them and their works to be compelling, engaging and relevant to the time. The idea of this podcast is to have in-depth but also accessible conversations about who these individuals are, their life’s journeys and how this translates into their...
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4.8 stars from 5 ratings
Grateful for the time that is taken to go into dept, to stretch and turn and twist a story
S. listening from Amsterdam via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 01/29/20
I just finished listening to the story of Jihan el Tahri and feel very touched. Her story allows for an insight into worlds of film, journalism, the arts and what it means to navigate these from a critical and self-reflective angle that one rarely gets. Furthermore, this podcast allows one to...Read full review »
Ju Blu via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 07/01/19
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