Hidden Gem: Untold Gold

26.09.2012 12:08

"Best of London Life" features the 2012 AACDD Bargehouse Festival

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Londonist Preview: African and African-Caribbean Diaspora Design Festival

24.09.2012 18:53

Londonist - a website about London and everything that happens in it - features the 2012 AACDD Bargehouse Festival
By Femi Fagunwa

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Repeating Islands: The African and African-Caribbean Design Diaspora Festival 2012

08.09.2012 12:00

Repeating Islands - News and commentary on Caribbean culture, literature, and the arts - features the 2012 AACDD Bargehouse Festival
By ivetteromero

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"African Inspirations" Exhibition opens at The HouseMill in London

22.07.2012 19:35

The HouseMill

AACDD exhibitions of art and crafts in the Miller’s House during the Olympic Games 2012. Come along, discover the sculpture trail and join a workshop to create your own piece!

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Ensuring young women believe in themselves has to be a collective effort.

Historically, efforts towards more equity and equality for women have focused solely on their empowerment, but their lived experience and treatment by others, especially men, undercut that mission. It is time for a much more collective effort, many need to change how they think, talk about and treat women.  Written by Olivia Fuller – Business...

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[Places + Spaces] Jason’s Little Kitchen: A Taste of West Africa in West London

A long table draped with vibrant kente cloth, tea lights and small trinkets set the scene for a memorable experience with Jason’s Little Kitchen a Ghanaian pop-up in West London.

The inspiration? Time spent in the kitchen getting creative with ... Read More

African Digital Art

African Digital Art

Pushing Digital Boundaries

Interview with Senegalese Comic Artist Pap Souleye Fall

Let us begin by getting to know you Pap, can you please tell us more about yourself, where are you from and how did you begin your journey into art. I grew up in Senegal and moved to the States when I was 9. We went back to Senegal as often as we could, and […]