2011 Festival Video Updates

13.11.2011 10:12

Revisit the AACDD 2011 Festival and catch up on some of our events at the Bargehouse, 100%Design and the Hospital Club.

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Choices

16.08.2011 00:52

London Riots 2011

As per when does everyone of us have a conscious choice of who we want to be, what we want to do and which type of life we want to lead? And if and when we are finally facing such choices, from where can we make them? There are facts, with which we are born and which cannot be changed, such as our race and our gender.

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Priestmangoode AACDD Award 2011/12

28.07.2011 13:49

priestmangoode

Priestmangoode, one of the UK’s leading design consultancies, is sponsoring an AACDD award by offering a summer placement in its London office. EXTENDED DEADLINE: May 31, 2012.

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TEDxSoweto join the African & African-Caribbean Design Diaspora

16.05.2011 11:19

TEDxSoweto

The independently organised TED event and AACDD join forces ahead of the 2011 Festival during September and October in London.

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News from our partners

Inspire!

Inspire!

Education Business Partnership for Hackney, Camden and Islington

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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OUR WORK

OUR WORK

Connecting you to the often untold yet inspiring stories of creatives from Africa and the Diaspora.

[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 […]