AACDD will go on!

07.08.2013 21:11

Artist: Raimi Gbadamosi

The AACDD 2013 Bagehouse Festival 'MOVING ON': 17 - 23 September 2013

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AACDD at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) 2013

18.05.2013 18:41

AACDD at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) 2013

The diverse range of designers and designs on display include fashion, textile, furniture and lighting as well as traditional arts and crafts from Burkina Faso.

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Experience the AACDD Festival Guide 2012 in another dimension

30.09.2012 11:01

Ludic Online create a stunning Augmented Reality overlay for the cover of the AACDD's Festival Guide 2012.

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ARC Magazine: African & African-Caribbean Design Diaspora - Untold Gold

27.09.2012 12:08

ARC Magazine - a print and online visual arts magazine and platform launched in January of 2011 - features Untold Gold, the 2012 AACDD Bargehouse Festival.
By Nadia Huggins

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Inspiring futures: Kings Cross businesses come together for joint work experience programme

For the second year running, businesses at the Kings Cross development have opened their doors to school students as part of an innovative joint work experience programme, in partnership with Inspire!.

 

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

Yelema: An Ode to Sisterhood

Dagmar van Weeghel created a photo essay dedicated to two young sisters. “Eight years ago, Binqui and Penda – two young Mandinka sisters – moved from Guinea Conakry to Europe. Due to difficult circumstances, they lived in Africa mostly separated from each other. In Europe they reunited, however they faced personal challenges which left them […]