Black Women in the Arts have been working with Black women artistes for more than 19yrs. We’ve learned tough lessons and had great success. Discover how we can help you to achieve the results and success you deserve
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We designed Black Women in the Arts with one thing in mind. You. With a range of services designed to help you get the most out of your talent, you’ll spend less time worrying and more time using your talent. What’s more, you don’t have to take our word for it – as the UK’s leading organisation committed to the development and promotion of Black women artistes. You know we come with a great reputation.
With more accessibility and services, our website provides an easy, convenient way for you to:
publicise your events and activities
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build new and emerging audiences for your art
take the chance to develop your art networks
enhance and develop your artistic skills
be more in the know about your art industry
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Share who you are as an artistes – show and tell on the worldwide Web all in one place for your clients, fans, family, friends and others to enjoy and learn about you – ‘The Artiste’…
express yourself with photo, video, or sound
Aggregate your activity from Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, YouTube and more…
Promote yourself and gig all in one place once you have connected
Received and send emails to and from other community members
Black Women Artistes Award 2013 - 2015
Artistes from left to right Oneness Sankara (Poet Award) Deloris Francis (Singer Award) and Griot Chinyere (Storyteller Award) after receiving their Awards. Awards were presented by Adelaide Mckenzie, Sheba Montserrat and Sandra Agard. At the Black Women Artistes Awards ceremony which took place on 20 September 2014 at CLR James Library
What a question hmm?
You might be asking yourself the question...What are they talking about? It's easy to become a successful Black women artists. This organisation is just creating fire, where there is none. Really?
Have you taken the time to look, I mean really look at the cultural industry …
Are you a visual artists, interested in finding an online space that you can exhibit your work? Well look no further, you can exhibit your work here!
On the Community for Black Women Artists. It's the place, to display your work, for the world to see, and learn more about you and your work.
‘I want one just like me!’, an initiative founded by Ama Gueye in 2009, will host the Eighth Black Dolls Expo
Date: Saturday, August 13th 2016
Time: (1:30pm – 5.30pm)
Venue: The Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham Green, London N15 4RX.
Tickets: Are avai…
The Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham Green, London N15 4RX, London, United Kingdom
Community Cultural Event - Part of Leytonstone Festival 2016
Presenting African Caribbean Creative & Performing Arts
Creative Arts Workshop & Exhibition by: Jacqueline McFarlane & Sharon Foster
Local & International Artists & Performers
Venue: EPICENTRE, 48, West Street, Lond…
Sheba Montserrat Productions Presents
Comedy Club - An Evening of Laughter Edutainment, Music and Good Vibes
Admission: £10.00 Doors Open: 7.30.pm Showtime: 8.00.pm
Venue: Tottenham Community Sports Centre
701 - 703 High Road
London N.17 8AD
Mobile: 07730 469 713
Tottenham Community Sports Centre, 701-703, High Road, London N17 8AD, London, United Kingdom
For all Connoisseurs of Jazz Aydenne Simone - Legendary London based jazz pioneer Aydenne Simone releases her two new Singles and EP
Take the opportunity to own a copy - You will love listening to these Jazz numbers, lovers of jazz as well as newbies t …
I went to the see the PRICE OF LOVE London Premiere at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre in Tottenham on Friday 6th Nov. Film Africa presented a unique communal dining experience of injera whilst watching the new Ethiopian romance Hermon Hailay. It was the fi …
‘It’s A Black Thang’ is a light hearted look at black women’s preoccupation with hair.
I created Boo Hoo as my conceptual representation of the black woman, she has 365 hair do’s for 365 days of the year.
These artworks; Day 1 to Day 7, shows hair do’s tha …