The Africa Day Cake Art Collaboration is a virtual edible art collaboration by talented cake and sugar artists from Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Kenya, Namibia, South Africa, Canada, UK and USA. This is the first time African cake artists have come together to do such a collaboration and it is intended to celebrate the commemoration of the formation of the African Union on 25th May 1963 and Africa day is also celebrated to encourage African countries to come together in unity to make Africa great.
The collaboration is officially sponsored by Sweet Cake TV (www.sweetcaketv.com) and it aims to help bring up and coming African cake artists, both in Africa and the Diaspora, to prominence in the global cake industry. The vision for this Africa Day Cake Art Collaboration was to find the best African cake artists and introduce them to the world whilst educating people about our continent and representing the spirit and beauty of Africa in an edible art form with breath-taking designs.
The team of cake artists celebrating Africa Day 2016 are Maria Makanjuola, Siku Adewuyi, Terry Adido, Uju Onyeka Onodogo, Tafadzwa Chigudu, Violet Chaka, Oluwatoyin Karim, Bim Adeleye, Ntutu Gutu, Doris Orumwese, Olabimpe Oladimeji, Lenne Oberholzer, Rocio Fukuda, Pauline Janet Twala, Ajibola Onafowokan, Titilope Adeoti, Ngozi Obi-Chukwuma and NyAlice Dzapasi.
All the artistic cakes will be revealed on 25th May 2016 on the official Facebook page (www.facebook.com/africadaycakeart/) and also unveiled on the website www.africadaycakeart.com and the public will be invited to vote for their favourites and also share the photographs and videos across social media to help the world celebrate Africa Day.
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