Olupemi Oludare

Olupemi Oludare is an African historian, musicologist, artist, and composer. His interdisciplinary researches interrogate the historical, musical, and political economics of African and Afro-diasporic arts, language, heritage, and identity in postcolonial and decolonial milieu, while contributing to human and social development.

Olupemi plays the African talking drums, percussions, violin, and performs folksongs and storytelling. His musical and cultural performances engage intercultural communication, African (Ubuntu, Omolúàbí) philosophies and indigenous knowledge. As a cultural entrepreneur, he curates exhibitions on African and Afro-diasporic artistic  heritage, offers social bonding, team building, pedagogical workshops, and training services through his company – Ìṣòkan Concepts.

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