So, you know we loved the first episode, right? Join us for the second installment of this great web series:
Since 1994, the Bamako Meetings, co-organised and co-produced by Mali’s Ministry of Culture and l’Institut français,* have been held every two years in Bamako and are recognised as the leading cultural event of international scope focusing on issues in contemporary photography and video in Africa.
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While Hollywood may not have nominated any Black talent for the 2011 Oscars, Africa is celebrating the talent of Africans at home and abroad.
Based on the events of the last four years, I thought that this video would be apopo. In it, we see James Baldwin and Gregory speak to Black Brits about race.
Here is an exciting opportunity to create fabulous art for an urban audience in Haiti: The Grand Rue Sculptors are a community of artists living in a down town popular neighbourhood of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
This video has been sent around the web quite a bit, but because we watch it so much, I wanted to share it with you.
The Transforming Spaces Art Bus tour,now in it’s 7th year , will run on April 2 and 3 in Nassau, Bahamas.
Egypt’s new Museum Director Zahi Hawass is under fire for not initially reporting that 8 Egyptian antiques were stolen during February’s Egyptian Revolution from the Country’s national museum.
Shadow and Act Filmmakers Challenge choose New York University’s Graduate student Nikyatu Jusu’s Black Swan Theory. Ms. Jusu was chosen from 57 candidates for the honor.