ENYAN

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ENYANEnglish National Youth Arts Network
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When in Sarawak, an Iban divorcee called Enyan had started presenting me with a string of small textile gifts.
The contention of the Enyan Denkyira paramount stool started in 1996.
As Regional Youth Arts Champion Wendy will act as a representative of ENYAN's national network, helping at events and projects across the region, as well as making the case for more engagement with the arts by local young people.
Freeman's lineage of authority and his interactionist paradigm have since been continued in the work of one of his former doctoral students, Michael Heppell, as exemplified in several publications by him during the last decade on Iban material culture, specifically on woven textiles, and his critical engagement with Traude Gavin's work (see Heppell 2006a, 2006b, 2010, 2014, 2016; Heppell, Limbang and Enyan 2005 [Heppell wrote the text]; Gavin 1996, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2015a, 2015b, 2016a, 2016b).
Heppell, Michael and Limbang anak Melaka, Enyan anak Usen
Kedit is a world-traveled Iban and Enyan spent the last 30 years of her life in the Skrang, where she often advised Skrang weavers.
Heppell, Michael, Limbang anak Melaka and Enyan anak Usen 2005 Iban Art-Sexual Selection and Severed Heads.
Takoradi Area: Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority Premises-Takoradi, Forecourt of GN Bank-Mankessim, Kyekyewere, Forecourt of District Assembly- Assin South, Assin Praso, Premises of Assin Presby Clinic, Anfaga School Park- Prestea, Half Assini, Forecourt of Half-Assini Library, Gyabenkrom; Forecourt GREL Production Centre and Forecourt of Breman Ajumako Enyan District Assembly- Ajumako.
Heppell, Michael, Limbang anak Melaka, and Enyan Anak Usen
Ahobaa Kakraba and Ahobaa Kese rotate among the various Fanti groups - Gomoa, Ajumako, Ekumfi, Enyan, Abura and Nkusukum.
They concern the central question of whether or not the Iban conceived of their big cloths as having some kind of pictorial representation; the credibility of Enyan anak Usen, coauthor of the book Iban Art; and a small matter of the provenance of cloths illustrated in that book.
Regarding the textiles, there are only three plates attributed to others (plates 49, 50, 62), and a further three that were woven by Enyan, the co-author (plates 60, 70, 74).