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06 July 2022

Arts & Culture

Special Edition: Zindabad Zine – Diaspora Poetry

Up-and-coming poets based in London, reflect on their roots, heritage and third-culturedness
09 July 2022

Arts & Culture

Jamaica Making: The Theresa Roberts Art Collection

The exhibition features over thirty artworks from the extensive private collection of Jamaican-born entrepreneur and philanthropist Theresa Roberts
17 July 2022

Arts & Culture

Washington’s National Gallery of Art surveys five centuries of African influence on Western art

Spanning art from 17th century to today, the show aims to explore the complex and compelling histories and cultural legacy of the African diaspora
17 July 2022

Arts & Culture

In the Black Fantastic Weekender

Explore three days of music, poetry, comedy, film, and talks celebrating the breadth of contemporary Black art and culture
28 July 2022

Arts & Culture

Julian Marley & The Uprising

The multi-instrumentalist’s music dives into a sea of traditional percussion grooves and unforgettable bass lines.
09 August 2022

Free Events

The role of the Diaspora in rekindling our true Republican status

A panel discussion on the historical evolution and the current debates surrounding questions of republic status, independence and sovereignty
04 September 2022

Arts & Culture

Tsitsi Dangarembga: Black and Female

The collection offers a vision toward ‘re-membering’ those whose identities and experiences are fractured by the intersections of history, race and gender
07 September 2022

Arts & Culture

Special Edition: Before Them, We

Hear readings from poets featured in the anthology Before Them, We with editor Ruth Sutoyé
15 September 2022

Panel Talks & Workshops

Writing In the Black Fantastic

Prominent writers explore their own work drawing on elements of myth, spiritual tradition and folklore, to build ‘new narratives of Black possibility’
18 September 2022

Arts & Culture

In the Black Fantastic: An exhibition of contemporary artists from the African diaspora

Myth, science fiction, spiritual traditions and the legacy of Afrofuturism are all sampled, reimagined and recontextualised in this exhibition
05 November 2022

Arts & Culture

Blues for an Alabama Sky

In the face of hardship and dwindling opportunity, Angel and her friends battle to keep their artistic dreams alive
14 December 2022

Arts & Culture

Songbird Tweet live at the Jazz Café 

Perhaps best known for her debut solo single “Oops (Oh My)” Tweet is hailed as one of the best voices of the new millennium