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Build a Card Wallet Course (Advanced)
40:04
Nkululeko Jabulani
2 Views · 2 days ago

⁣Course Overview


Build a Card Wallet Course (Advanced)
This instructional video course contains 8 lessons demonstrating the art and science of leathercrafting. Prerequisite: Leathercraft Workshop Safety free on this channel. This course is appropriate for advanced learners.

Course title and Overview

Lesson 1: Tools and Materials

Lesson 2: Getting a Pattern

Lesson 3: Cutting leather

Lesson 4: Prepping leather

Lesson 5: Hand-stitching leather

Lesson 6: Finishing leather

Lesson 7: Finished piece & other designs with Sankofa Gems

Lesson 8: Appendix: Glossary of Terms, Materials & Tools list, References and Credits

Build a Pen Case Course (Intermediate)
38:03
Nkululeko Jabulani
1 Views · 3 days ago

Course Overview


Build a Pen Case Course (Intermediate)
This instructional video course contains 8 lessons demonstrating the art and science of leathercrafting. Prerequisite: Leathercraft Workshop Safety free on this channel. This course is appropriate for intermediate learners.


Course Title and Overview

Lesson 1: Tools and Materials

Lesson 2: Making a Pattern

Lesson 3: Cutting leather

Lesson 4: Prepping leather

Lesson 5: Hand-stitching leather

Lesson 6: Finishing leather

Lesson 7: Finished piece & other designs with Sankofa Gems

Lesson 8: Appendix: Glossary of Terms, Materials & Tools list, References and Credits

Falcon Chicks Fight for Survival | White Falcon, White Wolf (Part 4) | BBC Earth
00:04:46
KwabenaOforiOsei
5 Views · 3 days ago

From the Natural World Archives...
Put off by the size of the hares, the male falcon slacks off hunting, putting his hungry chicks' lives at stake.

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When in doubt, don't hesitate to ask (Anansi Storytelling)
00:04:05
KwabenaOforiOsei
5 Views · 5 days ago

When in doubt, don't hesitate to ask
When something is not clear, you should go back and listen again.

The storyteller
Noah Mensah Konkorn
More from this storyteller: Interview with Noah mensah Konkorn (b)

When in doubt, don't hesitate to ask (Twi)
Once upon of time, God asked: 'Who could go to the devil and bring certain things from him?' But he wouldn't say what those things were. Nobody came forward except Kwaku Anansi. He went on his way, but had not been told what to collect. He went to a flock of birds to reason with them. He asked the birds to give him one feather each, and that he would reward them for them later. They granted him his request. He put on the feathers and Anansi became a beautiful bird. He flew back to the tree where God always sat and overheard him say that what he wanted form the devil were his sandals and staff. As soon as Anansi heard this he went on his way to the devil. The devil gave him a place to rest when he arrived. Anansi asked the devil for his staff to kill the big mosquitoes and asked him for his sandals so they wouldn't bit him in his feet. The devil gave him what he requested and as soon as he left, Anansi ran away. God asked him how he had known what to bring back. Anansi asked him about the beautiful bird and God replied he didn't know its name. Anansi answered: 'His name is: If something isn't clear, go back and listen again.'
Story type: Story



Duration:
Keywords: devil; sandals; God; instructions; mosquito; Anansi; staff; birds
Copyright video recording: © Foundation Vista Far Reaching Visuals
www.anansimasters.net

Related videos: Interview with Noah mensah Konkorn (b)

The Anansi Masters project is a digital platform developed by Vista Far Reaching Visuals and partners. At the website http://www.anansimasters.net you can find information about the story character of Anansi or Nanzi and especially many stories. The stories originated in Africa and were exported to other parts of the world through slave trade and migration where they developed independently. In Anansi Masters, the similarities and differences between the stories and storytellers can be found. Anansi Masters initiates different activities all over the world where stories from this oral tradition can be found. Anansi Masters collaborates with writers, theatre makers, filmmakers, researchers, schools and of course with many many storytellers. Discover all the results on the Anansi Masters website!

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Wisdom isn't found in one person (Anansi Storytelling)
00:07:59
KwabenaOforiOsei
3 Views · 5 days ago

Wisdom isn't found in one person
Anansi shows God how a lie can be more hurtful than a wound. God realizes that wisdom cannot be found in one person. He rewards Anansi by naming all stories Anansi stories.

The storyteller
Kwame Sakyi
More from this storyteller: Interview with Kwame Sakyi (b)

Wisdom isn't found in one person (Twi)
Once upon if time God lived in his cottage. The name of the cottage was: There's no one besides me. Kwaku Anansi also lived in a cottage not so far away from him. The name of his cottage was: Wisdom isn't found in one person. They became good friends. One day kwaku Anansi asked God: 'What is more painful: the incision of Tribal marks or to be falsely accused of something?' God answered that a blade would cut your flesh, but when you are falsely accused of something you could just walk away and deny it. One day Kwaku Anansi went to God's cottage and relieved himselve on the stove. The next morning God's mother-in-law found the mess and was shocked and told everybody in the village. Meanwhile Kwaku Anansi hired the Rat to digg a tunnel to the room where God kept his talking drums. That same day the drums started talking and saying that God had done the deed. God couldn't bare the false accusations and wanted to kill himself. Kwaku Anansi reminded him of their conversation and God realised that false accusations could be as painful as the incisions of tribal marks. God now understood why Kwaku Anansi had named his cottage: Wisdom isn't found in one person. And from then on assigned all stories to his name. That is how all stories became Anansie stories.
Story type: Verhaal

Duration: 7'50
Keywords: wisdom; pain; story; stories; Ananse story; lie; God; Ananse; gossip; Anansi; name; gossip; lie; trick
Copyright video recording: © Foundation Vista Far Reaching Visuals
www.anansimasters.net

Related videos: Why Anansi's name comes before every story (s), Anansi and the wisdom (s), Interview with Kwame Sakyi (b), A lie is more hurtful than a wound (s)

The Anansi Masters project is a digital platform developed by Vista Far Reaching Visuals and partners. At the website http://www.anansimasters.net you can find information about the story character of Anansi or Nanzi and especially many stories. The stories originated in Africa and were exported to other parts of the world through slave trade and migration where they developed independently. In Anansi Masters, the similarities and differences between the stories and storytellers can be found. Anansi Masters initiates different activities all over the world where stories from this oral tradition can be found. Anansi Masters collaborates with writers, theatre makers, filmmakers, researchers, schools and of course with many many storytellers. Discover all the results on the Anansi Masters website!

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The Suit (Anansi Masters)
00:08:00
KwabenaOforiOsei
4 Views · 5 days ago

The Suit


The storyteller
Nana Ampadu, storyteller, musician, jury member of Ghanaian storytelling competitions
More from this storyteller: The hunter with two wives (s)



Duration: 8 min
Keywords:
Copyright video recording: © Stichting Vista Far Reaching Visuals
www.anansimasters.net

Related videos: Nana Ampadu (b), The hunter with two wives (s)

The Anansi Masters project is a digital platform developed by Vista Far Reaching Visuals and partners. At the website http://www.anansimasters.net you can find information about the story character of Anansi or Nanzi and especially many stories. The stories originated in Africa and were exported to other parts of the world through slave trade and migration where they developed independently. In Anansi Masters, the similarities and differences between the stories and storytellers can be found. Anansi Masters initiates different activities all over the world where stories from this oral tradition can be found. Anansi Masters collaborates with writers, theatre makers, filmmakers, researchers, schools and of course with many many storytellers. Discover all the results on the Anansi Masters website!

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The hunter with two wives (Anansi Storytelling)
00:03:54
KwabenaOforiOsei
5 Views · 5 days ago

The hunter with two wives


The storyteller
Nana Ampadu, storyteller, musician, jury member of Ghanaian storytelling competitions
More from this storyteller: The Suit (s)



Duration: 3'49
Keywords: hunter
Copyright video recording: © Stichting Vista Far Reaching Visuals
www.anansimasters.net

The Anansi Masters project is a digital platform developed by Vista Far Reaching Visuals and partners. At the website http://www.anansimasters.net you can find information about the story character of Anansi or Nanzi and especially many stories. The stories originated in Africa and were exported to other parts of the world through slave trade and migration where they developed independently. In Anansi Masters, the similarities and differences between the stories and storytellers can be found. Anansi Masters initiates different activities all over the world where stories from this oral tradition can be found. Anansi Masters collaborates with writers, theatre makers, filmmakers, researchers, schools and of course with many many storytellers. Discover all the results on the Anansi Masters website!

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Message from Joshua Maponga 🎯
00:01:01
KwabenaOforiOsei
3 Views · 6 days ago

Full Discussion YouTube - Jacob Hafeni. Sankofa Joshua Maponga on ⁣Decolonization.

Libation For Beloved Mama Rosie Jones: Obenfoo Manu Ampim Mother
00:39:37
KwabenaOforiOsei
8 Views · 6 days ago

Prof. Manu gives a presentation on the 5 major African initiation rites in honor of his beloved late Mama Rosie Jones. Given at Wo'se Community Church on 2/6/22.

Build a Keychain Course (Beginner)
15:38
Nkululeko Jabulani
1 Views · 8 days ago

Course Overview

Build a Keychain Course (Beginner)

This instructional video course contains 7 lessons demonstrating the art and science of leathercrafting. Prerequisite: Leathercraft Workshop Safety (free on this channel). This course is appropriate for beginning learners.

Leathercraft Workshop Safety

Course Title and Overview

Lesson 1: Tools and Materials

Lesson 2: Making a Pattern

Lesson 3: Cutting leather

Lesson 4: Prepping leather

Lesson 5: Finishing leather

Lesson 6: Finished piece & other designs with Sankofa Gems

Lesson 7: Appendix: Glossary of Terms, Materials & Tools list, References and Credits




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