I found this in he Africa Report today and wanted to share this with you. It seems that just African have a difficult time in film regardless of their geographic location.
October is a busy month for Sugarcane ! With Hispanic Heritage month, The Rex Nettleford Arts Conference and UK Black History Month, we have a lot of work and quite a bit to celebrate.
POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER AFFECTING FEMALE VETERANS IS THE SUBJECT OF UPCOMING BLACK ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION SHORT FILM, “BURNED”
According to 2008 figures from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, 11% of veterans from the Afghanistan and Iraq military operations were women, with data showing that almost 20% have been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
A select group of 20 participants from 12 different countries make up the exciting line-up of the 15th Poetry Africa international poetry festival.
Grammy-nominated Syleena Johnson is set to release her fifth studio album on Tuesday, September 27, 2011. Syleena is known for the distinctive vocals on Kanye West’s “All Falls Down”
Seven thousand students drop out of high school every day in America and young Black males suffer the nation’s highest casualties.
If you’re in Cape Town, South Africa this week you must attend Open Book Cape Town Literary Festival. The popular festival runs from September 21 through September 25 at locations across the city .
SWANN GALLERIES’ OCTOBER 6 AUCTION OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN FINE ART OFFERS M– USEUM QUALITY WORKS BY IMPORTANT ARTISTS
Swann Galleries’ autumn auction of African-American Fine Art on October 6 features many exciting discoveries—significant works by important artists that were previously unrecorded or never exhibited.
Bedrock is an exciting family production, enlightening audiences to the philosophy of a “quality life”. This captivating theatre performance is made up of six short stories, created by each cast member and magically woven together in English, IsiXhosa and Afrikaans to entertain both young and old audiences .
This latest installment is directed by Denis Dortch.
After its highly successful and widely acclaimed debut in 2010, where a total of more than 20,000 visitors saw the first set of nine exhibitions, AACDD – African &
Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity African Identities in Textiles and Art (University Library) Los Angeles African- American Quilters of Los Angeles: