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http://whyy.org/cms/articulate/ "For the 400 years that the Kano were the 'official' painters, every aspect of Japanese art was based on the Kano painting techniques." With its bold use of color and form, the Kano School of Painting was the longest lived and most influential school of painting in Japanese history. In this Video Extra from Articulate with Jim Cotter, Felice Fischer, Curator of Japanese Art for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, explains how this 600-year-old tradition came to be the dominant school of Japanese art. Catch Articulate with Jim Cotter on WHYY-TV, Thursday nights at 10:30 p.m. and Sundays at 1 p.m. Watch full episodes online anytime at http://whyy.org/cms/articulate/
Najatu Shehu is 14 years old but she doesn't want to get married. Her dream is stay in school. This film follows a year in the life of a girls junior secondary school in Kano Nigeria.
Eight persons have been confirmed dead in a blast at the School of Hygiene in Kano, the Kano State capital in northern Nigeria. The blast, which occurred on Monday, is suspected to have been from an explosive device. Briefing reporters in Abuja, the coordinator of the National Information Centre, Mr Mike Omeri, said "several others who sustained several degrees of injuries are receiving medical attention at various health centres across the state. For more information log on to www.channelstv.com
80's funk jam
The Kano family built a creative dynasty that shaped Japanese artistic excellence for over 400 years. "Ink and Gold: Art of the Kano" presents more than 120 works, including large-scale paintings of animals, figures, and landscapes set against lustrous gold leaf, evoking power and grandeur with beauty and the finest craftsmanship. It is the first exhibition outside Japan to fully examine the Kano legacy as Japan’s most influential and enduring school of painters, preeminent from the fifteenth through nineteenth centuries. On View February 16--May 10, 2015 Subscribe for more from the Philadelphia Museum of Art on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/PhilaArtMuseum/ Visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art online: http://www.philamuseum.org/ PhilaMuseum on: Facebook: https://www.faceboo...
Two days after the Kano Hygiene school bomb blast, the life of a victim needing blood transfusion is being threatened by shortage of blood. Authorities at the Muritala Mohammed Specialist Hospital, Kano are asking students and other citizens to donate blood to save the lives of the victims. One of the victims died on Tuesday morning, bringing the number dead persons to nine. The Emir of Kano, Mohammed Sanusi II condemned the attack and prayed for the quick recovery of the victims. For more information, visit www.channelstv.com
Very finely painted 19th Century four panel screen featuring an extensive scene of scholars, warriors, and elephants styled as mythical beasts under trees. Framed by golden gilt cloud borders and set into a later screen. Painted in the Kano school style of painting with the figures dressed in ornate robes. Purchased from a local San Francisco collector. Dimensions: 71"w x 1"d x 36"h Circa: 1840 Excellent condition $19,000 View all of our inventory at www.erinlaneestate.com
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Kano was a music project formed in Milan, Italy in 1979 by producers/musicians Luciano Ninzatti, Stefano Pulga and Matteo Bonsanto. Kano was one of the earliest music groups to usher in a new style of dance music called Italo disco. Kano's debut single was the 1980 international hit "I'm Ready", combining elements of 1970s disco, funk and R&B while extensively using synthesizers and percussive handclaps as well as raw-processed and vocoderized vocals. Kano's self-titled debut album also included "It's a War", "Ahjia", "Now Baby Now" and the instrumental track "Cosmic Voyager". "I'm Ready" peaked at #21 on the U.S. Black Singles chart, while "It's a War" and "Ahjia" were also big hits on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in the U.S., reaching #2 for five weeks. The project went on to re...
As President Muhammadu Buhari visits Kano, here are some things you should know: 1. All 4 of the National Social Investment Programmes (NSIPs) — National Home Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP), Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP), Npower and Conditional Cash Transfers (CCT) — are currently being implemented in Kano State. 2. There are 4,963 Npower Volunteers (2016 set) in Kano State. There are 825,577 National Home Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP) beneficiaries (primary school pupils) in Kano, across over 5,000 schools, and being fed by 6,991 Cooks. 3. Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP) has disbursed 7,516 loans worth N379 million in Kano 14,492 persons across 2,733 households in Kano state have benefited from the Conditional Cas...
Eight people were killed in a bomb attack targeting a medical school in northern Nigeria on Monday afternoon. The Monday attack occurred at the Kano School of Hygiene in the city of Kano. School had already ended but scores of new students were on campus for registration. The blast was triggered at a parking lot near the provost's office, where a bomber set off an improvised explosive device, Alalam News Network reported. Quoting state police commissioner Adenrele Shinaba, Reuters reported that a handful of cars parked at the same spot were also badly damaged. The explosion left eight people dead and 20 injured. The toll may rise as many of the wounded sustained severe injuries. The police have arrested one suspect, but no group has yet claimed responsibility. Extremist group Boko ...