Women dressed in Adire attire and raising a piece of Adire fabric (2019)The Centenary Project
Celebrate Africa Day by exploring the continent's art and culture through a new lens. Scroll down and click the links to get the party started...
1. Step inside and explore the collections
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela (2017) by Blackwell & RuthOriginal Source: 200 Women
2. Be inspired by Africa's trailblazing women
The Superheroes of Kenya (2020) by Shujaa StoriesNational Museums of Kenya
Black Panther, Comp by Osborne Macharia
Teni's Creative Journey (2021)Terra Kulture
4. Feel the buzz of Africa's most populous city
Perspectives x Busiswa: Johannesburg, South Africa
NO ! UNDERSTAND (1995) by Cheik-LedyContemporary African Art Collection - The Jean Pigozzi Collection
5. Place an African masterpiece in your home
Pigozzi Collection: Installation
South Africa: A place of many names by Siphokazi Jonas
Fabricius: Learn, Play, and Work
7. Crack the hieroglyphic code
Still curious about words and languages? We challenge you to crack the hieroglyphic code from Ancient Egypt with the AI-powered tool Fabricius. You can also use emojis to create secret codes with friends.
Addo Elephant National Park, Eastern Cape, South AfricaSouth African Tourism
Walking Towards the Main Door of Gereza Fort in Kilwa Kisiwani (2018-12) by CyArkCyArk
9. Join the movement to preserve Africa’s wonders
Climate change is impacting nature, historical sites and communities across the continent. Be inspired by the people of Kilwa Kisiwani in Tanzania, and learn how planting mangrove trees and using technology can help save historical ruins and communities.
Ibeji (brothers) (2019) by Stephen TayoOriginal Source: Homecoming Festival
11. Explore Black history beyond the continent
African culture has had a transformative impact on the world and keeps fuelling creativity in the diaspora. Join rapper Nas in paying homage to the long tradition of Black musicians and storytellers who inspire us to this day.
BS2, RESIST & REVOLT BLACK HISTORY, LIVE TRANSMISSION, Bristol Art Weekender, BEEF studios, Bristol, UK by Libita ClayonSomerset House