Shared History of the World, an international celebration of art and heritage, is produced by First Noble Institute, the premier European Institute for World History and Afro Caribbean Art and Culture. This extraordinary manifestation is based on the mythology of its book series: HIS STORY OF THE WORLD, L’histoire du Monde.
Shared History of the World brings together a diverse community of international creators from the rich tapestry of the Afro- and Caribbean diaspora.
It Illuminates hidden narratives, folklore, and the cosmic genesis through untold tales of human evolution. Shared History of the World offers a distinctive Afro-futuristic lens, weaving captivating mythology with stories that resonate with our collective past.
At the intersection of innovation, creativity, and culture, Shared History of the World stands at the forefront. Engaging cutting-edge technology with immersive storytelling, dynamic performance art, gaming, visual arts, and literature.
Shared History of the World crafts a new cultural heritage to embrace for the many generations to come.