CULTURAL CONCEPTS

Anike’s programs are designed to inspire a genuine interest in learning from a cultural perspective. These programs:

  • enlighten participants by visually articulating "indigenous" cultural concepts in a "contemporary" way.

  • are mediums that use visually stimulating images and content to capture our understanding of the Self and how we communicate who we are—Self-Expression—relative to our culture.

  • create learning opportunities that acknowledge and celebrate cultural diversity yet foster individuality.


What is Culture?

Practices that define a group of people and how they interact, communicate or engage with nature. These practices are informed by “natural factors” such as: other people, animals, geography, religion, ethnicity, race, social, etc.

By including the word “culture,” we are forced to delve into how history has influenced the contemporary.

These cultures therefore provide guidelines that inspire future and featured themes.

** The above classifications are limited and non-inclusive but only highlight a few of so many categories of culture.

** The above classifications are limited and non-inclusive but only highlight a few of so many categories of culture.