In pursuit of his passion to Preserve the Customs and Traditions of his Ancestors, Chief Nathaniel B Styles Jr. is the visionary for projects and a business magnet. Taking symbolic ques from cultural symbolism of the Yoruba cosmology, extensive architectural design renderings have been developed for Miami’s Liberty City community and Osun Osogbo, Nigeria-West Africa, with and emphasis on “Green” sustainable design. In Celebration of Black History Month, Intercontinental Hotel Doral/Miami in partnership with Fundacion Artistas Unidos and Community Builders HDC, and supported by the Doral Business Council (DBC) Arts, Culture, and Entertainment Committee (ACE) present: The Inaugural US Solo Exhibition: Prince Emmanuel Abiodun Aderele- The Sacred Artist and Musician with a cocktail reception featuring the Prince’s Sacred Art and Music from the Yoruba Empire.
Prince Emmanuel Aderele from the Royal Lineage of HRM Oba (King) Rufus Adesokeji Aderele Tewogboye II, The Osemawe of Ondo, Yoruba Empire, Nigeria, is Osun’s Village Miami and African Caribbean Cultural Arts Corridor Miami’s- Artist in Residence. The Exhibition is open to the public and will run the entire month. The idea is to help bring artists and related activities to Doral. At the end of the year Fundacion Artistas Unidos, together with the hotel and the DBC ACE committee, will create a coffee table book and hold a end of the year exhibit featuring all of the visiting Artists.
There is no surprise to those who know Chief Styles and Prince Emmanuel the spiritual strength bestowed upon them from our ancestors for wisdom in preserving art, culture and traditions of the Yoruba civilization.
CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH WITH
PRINCE EMMANUEL ADERELE IN DORAL