Hidden Treasures of...African Art

07.03.2011 10:00

Hidden Treasures of...African Art
BBC Two, 10:00PM Sat, 5 Mar 2011

Griff Rhys Jones is on a quest to find traditional art in remote places by travelling to West Africa.

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#ADANairobi11

28.01.2011 21:57

ADA Nairobi 2011
ADA Nairobi 2011

The #ADANairobi11 meet-up in Nairobi was a culmination of design professionals, creatives and students with a diverse range of talent and abilities.

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A Techie In Love With The Arts

06.01.2011 18:32

WE_magazine's interview with African Digital Art founder and AACDD supporter Jepchumba, a digital enthusiast who works hard to combine her two loves: Digital Media and Africa. Originally from Kenya, she has lived around the world developing her interest in philosophy, art and technology.

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Cardinal Pole Takes Up Charity Challenge

Two Year 10 students from Cardinal Pole Catholic School represented Inspire! at an innovative charity challenge designed to encourage young people to get involved in volunteering and local giving.

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Connecting you to the often untold and inspiring stories of creatives from Africa and the Diaspora.

[Photo Re:cap] Our Stories: Black Women in Film @ London College of Communication

Check out the photos from our ‘Black Women in Film’ event which was held at UAL’s London College of Communication campus as part of their Film & Literature Festival.

 

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AFRICAN DIGITAL ART

African Digital Art Network was created and developed by Jepchumba. The term digital art is permeating through the web even though the precise definition is unclear. Digital art covers a wide range of artistic production; contemporary art, audio/visual production, animation, interactive projects, websites, short films, graphic art and design.

Stone Orgasms and the Female Body: Interview with Angolan Artist Keyezua

Keyezua is an Angolan born digital artist based at the Royal Academy of Arts in the Hague. Her work investigates her curiosity towards topics on African culture, sex and religion. She experiments with a wide range of mediums and we discussed her latest project, Stone Orgasms addresses female genital mutilation and the female body. “There was no […]

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