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.
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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
Reggae Fraternity UK (RFUK) are honouring our British Reggae Legacy.On Sunday 26 November RFUK are staging a fantastic show with some of the Crème de la crème of reggae artists…And their children! This event is suitably called Legacy.
Live performances by:
SYLVIA TELLA, DENNIS BOVELL, KOFI, DO…
The Grand, 21 - 25 St John’s Hill, London SW11 1TT, London, United Kingdom
Miss Caribbean Positively Promoting the Caribbean
Miss Caribbean United Kingdom was set up as an event to promote all the different Caribbean countries under one umbrella. The event uses a pageant to promote, educate, inspire and celebrate the historical and cultural impact of the Caribbean with…
The Broadway Theatre Catford Road London SE6 4RU , London, United Kingdom
A Fund Raising Event in Aid of Breast Cancer Now.
Venue : The Star Of India Restaurant. 875 High Road. Leytonstone, London E11 1HR
Date. 19th October 2017 Doors Open at 7.00pm. Close at 11.00pm.
Seats. £20.00 Including A Meal Buffet, and Entertainments: Cabaret, History telling and Music.
The Links Arts Opportunities Programme is a community arts project run by artists Sharon Foster and Jacqueline McFarlane.
We are pleased to announce the ‘Diaspora Dialogue’ Exhibition in October 2017.
The exhibition will provide an opportun…
Winns Gallery Aveling Centre, Lloyd Park, London E17 5JW , London, United Kingdom
This is the place, where we will spin, tell and share stories about some of the most amazing storytellers of our times. We will tell, show and share with you profile about of some of these women. We would encourage you to grab a seat, and listen carefully whilst we tell you our stories about thes…
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 …