John Goto’s book ‘Lovers Rock’ chronicles black youth in 1970s... December 10, 2013 | Gabstamatic
Project 2×1: Young Filmmakers use Google Glass to document West Indian and ... December 4, 2013 | Gabstamatic
Illustrator Kiaski Donkor re-creates folklore character Anansi new episode creat... November 13, 2013 | Gabstamatic
What speaking at Google’s Top Black Talent Creative Edition taught me... November 4, 2013 | Gabstamatic
web series ‘Signatures’ features Ghana’s creative talent from ... October 30, 2013 | Gabstamatic
[Exhibition] Making Freedom: Riots, Rebellions & Revolutions at The Royal Geographic Society in LondonDecember 3, 2013 | Gabstamatic
In conjunction with the Windrush Foundation’s commemoration of Caribbean emancipation, ‘Making Freedom’ which is on at London’s Royal Geographic Society until December 20th features collections from the Royal Geographical Society, the National Maritime Museums, the National Portrait Gallery, the National Archives, …
[Thenublk] Alysia Christiani: Project Manager for Guyanese Arts-based initiative WITNESS Project InternationalDecember 2, 2013 | Gabstamatic
My name is Alysia S. Christiani. I’m a Brooklyn born Guyanese-American gyal who, by day, manages designers in corporate America and, by night, freelances as a writer, designer & project manager under the banner Christiani …
Since opening, I’ve been hearing such great things about designer Jon Daniel’s Afro Supa Hero exhibition which is currently on at the V&A’s Museum of Childhood.
To celebrate the closing of the 5 month long exhibition, a Friday night P-Funk …
Earlier this month ‘Enter The Wu’ the debut album from the legendary Wu-Tang Clan celebrated its 20th anniversary. Work ranging from paintings, sculpture, photography and even cake art are on display at New York’s WallPlay gallery.
“WU | HA 20 …