The Yoruba foundation is a UK registered non-profit charity that aims to promote Yoruba Arts and culture through creative visual, performance and aesthetic art mediums that provide a platform for social, cultural and educational advancement in the Arts.

Held annually since 2010- the Yoruba festival celebrates the rich vibrant and colourful arts and culture of Africa’s oldest and biggest cultures in the London.
Held annually since 2010 over a summer weekend in Hackney London, the festival features cultural performances, workshops, children’s activities, African arts and crafts market, Yoruba and African food, live bands and artists showcasing Yoruba and African music in its traditional contemporary art forms.
The annual Yoruba Arts Exhibition is inspired by a variety of themes reflecting Yoruba arts and culture with particular interest in Yoruba Orisa’s.
The Exhibition showcases a colourful and eclectic collection of carefully curated art pieces from artists inspired by Yoruba from around the world. The exhibition week features workshops and discussions on the influence and relevance of Yoruba Arts, though visual, performance and aesthetic creative art mediums in both traditional and contemporary creative forms.