https://i2.wp.com/openhub.site/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/promote-your-events-at-openhub.jpg?resize=271%2C353Works of about ten Cameroonian artists will be showcased at the upcoming Bangor Art Initiative in Bangor Gwynedd, Wales. The one month event will start on November 7 and end December 7 2017.

Representing Cameroon to the Bangor Art Initiative is Jean Samuel Mfikela who is head of the Talents Outreach Association (TOA) based in Kumbo, the Bui Division of Cameroon. TOA is an association that brings together young talented artists all over Cameroon who have excelled in their creative exploits.

It brings together painters, carvers, sculptors and musicians of both sex with mission to portray and promote both traditional and African contemporary arts.

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Mfikela who heads the delegation has an unyielding passion for arts and has taken part in many international arts exhibitions. This time around, he will be showcasing Cameroon’s artistic and cultural values in the BAI Gallery Space in Bangor Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom. He will be showing to the world paintings from ten Cameroonian visual artists under the Talents Outreach Association.

The Bangor Art Initiative is a charity organization with one of it’s activities being the link between individual artists and arts organizations or bodies. They organize networking and marketing events for arts practitioners (music, art, drama, dance, etc.).

This will be a unique opportunity for arts lovers and Africans to get a first hand feel of original African arts. The venue is Bangor Art Initiative, Unit 6 Deinniol Centre, Bangor, LL 57 1NW,K. Be there to explore the insights of African artistic creativity as well as support one of Africa’s great artistic talent.

Do you want to get a tip of what will be showcased for Africa by Cameroon’s representative? Check out a selection in this picture gallery.

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