Written by Tola Ositelu Révolution Rap: Une Histoire Africaine? This autumn the Central Brussels hub Point Culture celebrates the transatlantic musical exchange that is African Hip-Hop. More specifically, rap as a form of protest. ‘Révolution Rap: Une Histoire Africaine?’ revels in the African-American phenomenon finding an iteration (or is that reiteration?)
Co-produced by Far From The Norm and Sadler’s Wells, BLKDOG tours the UK in spring 2020 with performances at Sadler’s Wells on 15 & 16 October 2020 (tickets on sale in May). The latest edition of BLKDOG explores the inner battlefield of an ageing artist trying to retain his youth. Performed by Seva’s powerhouse company Far
Written by Nina Camara Multiracial people are very visible in popular culture, however, what picture(s) does it paint? As someone who grew up in a culture where people of colour are a small minority, I always felt ambiguous about the attention directed at us as a result of our difference.
This May, WIELS (Centre for Contemporary Art in Brussels) will open a group exhibition named “Multiple Transmissions: Art in the Afropolitan Age”. This exhibition will show the work of African artists and is curated by Sandrine Colard (art historian, writer, and independent curator appointed Artistic Director of the 6th Biennale
As part of the British Academy’s season on Utopia or Dystopia – Imagining Futures, Dr Ivana Ebel will draw on research carried out with her collaborator Gabrielle Bittelbrun about their cross-cultural project into female representation in Brazil and the UK, and its impact on women’s self-perception, mental health, and world view. Magazines
FALL IN LOVE WITH MUSIC ALL OVER AGAIN £15 EARLY BIRD OFFER Date: Thursday, 24th January 2019 Time: 8.30pm – 12.30am Address: 7 Manor House Drive, London, NW6 7DE Tickets: £15 Early Bird / £20 Standard – click here for tickets BMT presents The Songbook explores the power of storytelling through music, presenting an intimate evening of stripped back