AACDD Festival 2011 officially announced

12.05.2011 12:23

London Design Festival

The African & African-Caribbean Design Diaspora Festival Programme 2011 has officially been announced today at the London Design Festival press conference.

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The Caribbean Art and Culture Magazine - Vol 2

27.04.2011 00:01

ARC - The Caribbean Art and Culture Magazine

ARC Magazine, the quarterly Caribbean Art and Culture print and e-magazine, launch their second issue today at Bocas Lite Fest

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A Year Dedicated to People of African Descent

10.04.2011 15:06

International Year for People of African Descent

On 18 December 2009, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the year beginning on 1 January 2011 the "International Year for People of African Descent".

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African & African-Caribbean Design Diaspora Initiative - Questions & Answers

06.04.2011 11:47

What is AACDD? An initiative to promote the creative skills - academically or traditionally craft-trained - and commercial potential of ethnic minorities of African and African-Caribbean descent in the UK and their creative counterparts in Africa and the Caribbean.

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Thenublk’s Summer Selections: July

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Exhibitions

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AFRICAN DIGITAL ART

Pushing Digital Boundaries

“Postcards” from the Dark Continent

“Postcards” is the recent project of illustrator Maxwell Mutanda. The series was inspired by Mutanda’s younger brother. He wanted to teach his little brother about Africa.  Here are is some snippets from his interview with Design Indaba.  “These illustrations began as a correspondence with my 10-year-old half-brother Liam, who lives in Barcelona with his mother. […]

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