TEDxEuston aims to reflect ideas and inspired thinking of a new generation of African thinkers and leaders, presenting to an audience committed to engaging and re-engaging in an active and meaningful manner with the continent.
Read more … TEDxEuston 2012
20.09.2012 - 30.09.2012
An interactive art exhibition that replaces the physical world with the virtual, crossing the boundaries between two realities that define our lives.
Read more … Absent Art
19.09.2012 - 24.09.2012
Culture, Beauty, Identity - Contemporary Revival of West Africa’s Textile Heritage - An exhibition by the British European Design Group
Read more … Stripcloth Splendours
19.09.2012 - 22.09.2012
A special exhibition of handwoven and handprinted ‘Fusion Fabrics’ at 100%design in London from designers from the African and African-Caribbean Design Diaspora.
Read more … African Fantasia
19.09.2012 - 30.09.2012
The 2012 AACDD BARGEHOUSE FESTIVAL
Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London SE1
19 – 30 September 2012
Read more … Untold Gold
22.07.2012 - 19.08.2012
Two exhibitions of art and crafts in the Miller’s House during the Olympic Games 2012. Discover the sculpture trail and join a workshop to create your own piece!
Read more … African Inspirations
22.06.2012 - 24.06.2012
Fusing cultural heritage into individual creativity. An AACDD exhibition by the British European Design Group, London.
Read more … Layered Identities
02.06.2012 - 16.09.2012
We Face Forward: Art from West Africa Today is a Manchester-wide exhibition of contemporary art from the region.
Read more … We Face Forward
18.05.2012 - 21.05.2012
A Special Feature Stand by the British European Design Group showcasing the creative talent of some of the AACDD designers.
Read more … AACDD at ICFF 2012
Mask carving workshop and talent competition at the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden with sculptor Gary March
Read more … Black Breeze
09.09.2011 - 25.09.2011
A photography project shedding light on the lives of young people from African and Caribbean communities in London.
Read more … Below the Surface
31.08.2011 10:00 - 06.09.2011 18:00
Works of established and emerging Designers and Artists of African & African-Caribbean descent, who have graduated and are currently studying the RCA.
Read more … RCA Black: Past, Present & Future
Join the AACDD, African Digital Art and IAM:THENUBLACK for a Midsummer Meetup, a chance to hang out with some lovely people and to talk about all things design.
Read more … Midsummer Meetup
06.07.2011 - 09.07.2011
The Annual American Black Film Festival (ABFF) is dedicated to strenghtening the Black filmmaking through resource sharing, education and artistic collaboration.
Read more … American Black Film Festival 2011
10.06.2011 - 27.11.2011
The first exhibition to explore the role played by visual images in shaping, influencing, and transforming the fight for civil rights in the United States.
Read more … For All the World to See
A free workshop to create your own Hackney head wrap fabric with textile designer Emamoke Ukeleghe.
Read more … Hackney Wraps
12.04.2011 - 17.07.2011
This exhibition of South African photography at the V&A in London presents the vibrant and sophisticated photographic culture of post-apartheid South Africa.
Read more … Figures & Fictions
07.04.2011 - 27.04.2011
New painting exhibition by the Ghanaian artist Edward Ofosu at Open The Gate, London
Read more … Beyond Form
02.04.2011 - 31.05.2011
African Film Festival, Inc. and Film Society of Lincoln Center present the 18th edition of the New York African Film Festival! A multi-venue, two-month celebration of African arts and culture.
Read more … New York African Film Festival 2011
10.03.2011 - 06.04.2011
This exhibition at Open The Gate, London, is a selection of evocative photographs by Namvula Rennie, capturing every-day moments of courage, joy and beauty.
Read more … In Light, In Shadow
25.02.2011 - 27.02.2011
Design Indaba Expo is a celebration of South Africa’s ingrained creativity. From advertising to visual media, all are presented shoulder-to-shoulder.
Read more … Design Indaba Expo 2011
Lecture at the Museum for African Art and Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts in NY about "Connecting Communities through Development Projects".
Read more … From Harlem to Addis
World premiere of Obi Emelonye's "The Mirror Boy" at the Empire Leicester Square, London, including a Reception and Q&A with the stars and filmmakers.
Read more … The Mirror Boy
Screening Africa at the Africa Centre presents ‘Africa’s Last Taboo’ followed by Q&A with Associate Producer Clive Patterson.
Read more … Africa’s Last Taboo
12.02.2011 - 16.10.2011
Material Girls examines the materials contemporary black women artists use to craft provocatively tactile forms.
Read more … Material Girls
LSE Cities public lecture: Professor Edgar Pieterse argues for a new way of thinking about African cities.
Read more … African Urbanism
Connect. Share. Collaborate. - An evening of discussions about the design industry, collaborations and various other topics, organised by the African Digital Art Network.
Read more … ADA Nairobi 2011
13.01.2011 - 26.01.2011
Adesose Wallace Art Exhibition - A journey through West African life & tradition and beyond - at Open The Gate, the Black Culture Cafe in London.
Read more … Adesose Wallace Art Exhibition
27.11.2010 - 19.12.2010
The Portfolio - A fascinating selection of limited edition contemporary art by great African artists.
Read more … The Portfolio
18.11.2010 - 23.12.2010
"Body & Space", the second solo exhibition by Odili Donald Odita at the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York.
Read more … Body & Space
17.11.2010 - 15.05.2011
An unprecedented exhibition at the Museum of Arts And Design in New York, exploring the broad spectrum of contemporary African art, design, and craft worldwide.
Read more … The Global Africa Project
Fezeka’s Voice is a documentary about an inspirational high school choir leader, Phumi Tsewu. Fezeka's Voice theatrical release will be held at Curzon Soho, London.
Read more … Fezeka's Voice
This Bonfire night, why not set your acoustic, artistic and culinary senses alight by helping to celebrate the music, film and culture of Africa’s first independent nation, Ghana.
Read more … Ghana: The Story
Amazing Africa turns Trafalgar Square into a bubbling calabash of celebration of African culture through music, dance, enactments, food and arts & crafts.
Read more … Amazing Africa Festival 2010
01.10.2010 - 22.10.2010
A selection of striking portraits taken by John Ferguson, Fleet Street’s first black photographer in the 1980’s.
Read more … Black Britannia
19.09.2010 - 26.09.2010
Private View: Friday, September 24, 6pm - 8pm
Beautiful masterpieces with distinct cultural identities from African and African-Caribbean craftsmen and -women.
Read more … Black & White - Creative Origins