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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News from our partners

Inspire! News

News & Updates from Inspire! - the Education Business Partnership for London Borough of Hackney

Inspired Volunteers Helps NEET Young People Into Work or Study

Inspire! is leading a new programme - Inspired Volunteers - to help NEET young people into work or further study. The programme runs across five boroughs and is co-funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and the Mayor of London.

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[Travel] Beaches + Brownstones Part II: NYC

Initially I was only supposed to be away for 3 weeks, but why have a 2 hour layover in JFK when I be away from home for another week? Why experience one carnival when I could experience 2? You get ... Read More

Afripedia: Africa’s contemporary culture scene

Our friends at Stocktown recently launched a brand new project that we are ecstatic about. Roving throughout the continent this series hopes to captures Africa’s full range of cultural and artistic scenes. Afripedia is an on-going documentary-project covering Africa’s contemporary culture scene. It covers the most significant and prominent creators in the cultural sphere, celebrating […]

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