Daphne Muse is a Bay Area writer, poet, and cultural broker. Her collection of more than 3,700 handwritten and typed letters dating back to 1898 resounds with the voices of activists, writers, artists, actors, world leaders, and media innovators who shaped movements, created new artistic visions, and drove the intellectual, philosophical and cultural discourse for civil rights, human rights and liberation for the 20th and the early years of the 21st century.
In Conversation with Jeff Chang
Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 7:30 pm
Venue: Sydney Goldstein Theater
Event link for more details — MARLON JAMES
The Programme is a fully paid cultural and professional internship geared towards second and third generation Jamaican university students who are living in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. It promises to highlight many aspects of Jamaican life while furthering the career goals of the selected candidates. It was launched in 2004 but had to be suspended in 2008 and then reinstated in 2015. Kayla Green, a senior at Binghamton University and Anastacia Davis, a masters student at Full Sail University were the two interns selected from the USA.
For more information, download BRIEFING DOCUMENT- BIRTHRIGHT PROGRAMME 2018
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About the Film (from Khalik Allah):
“I’m depicting the undepicted. I’m taking what I did in Field Niggas, and multiplying that times ten. My artistic vision is to weave a wild tapestry of intimate words, sounds, and obscure portraiture into a cohesive energy that will penetrate the heart. During “triangular-trade” only the “wildest” Africans were thrown off onto Jamaica because their captors feared they would be the most rebellious and unbreakable slaves. This is part of the reason why Jamaica is so strong and so wild, and why such a tiny island has had such a huge impact on the world. This isn’t going to be a music documentary, a “talking-head” documentary, or a religious documentary. In the end it will be a spiritual diamond crystal of a film. I’m using film as a prism to depict the island’s inner light through.”
Door open @ 7:00PM Reception – meet & greet the Comedians, alongside Caribbean art with renown Caribbean artist Adrian Gomez Artista;
and Caribbean Children books with Former Golden State Warrior, Adonal Foyle;
SF Arts Commissioner
Dorka Keehn is a San Francisco Arts Commissioner and award-winning artist. She chairs the Visual Arts Committee that commissions all the city’s public artwork and also works with developers on their public art requirements. Dorka is the co-founder of Sites Unseen, which brings art to neglected alleys in the Yerba Buena neighborhood.
The sensational Jamaican immigrant artist Jackson Shuri.
A multimedia artist and U.S. Army veteran who traveled the world and lived in Germany for a while before returning to the U.S.A. M.O.A.L is a graduate of the Florida Atlantic University.
Philip (Felipe) Pasqualino
Between design-build and custom fabrication, Philip (Felipe) Pasqualino has been experimenting in Artistic Mechanix, specifically investigating the world he imagines as complex, tension filled interactions.
Read the full press release here, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2017 Kingston 11 Cuisine.pdf
Berkeley Talks with Marlon James
Wed, March 1, 8pm
Tickets just $5
About Marlon James;
Jamaican author Marlon James, whose monumental latest novel, A Brief History of Seven Killings, earned him the prestigious Man Booker Prize. Praised for his “vaulting ambition and prodigious talent” (The New York Times), James will discuss his writing process, as well as the themes that underlie his celebrated works of fiction: the colonial history of the Caribbean, race and gender in the US and UK, and hip-hop and reggae youth subcultures. The Berkeley Talks series brings intellectuals, public scholars, creators, and innovators to the Berkeley campus to engage in dialogue with Chancellor Nicholas B. Dirks on distinctive and timely issues.
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Tune in to San Francisco’s Favorite Reggae Show English Pound Radio
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Gypsy Road Studio on 4125 Piedmont Ave, Oakland.
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A showcase of Africa’s seasoned and emerging filmmakers whose works reflect the true stories, hopes and dreams of Africa.
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“An annual event that brings together people of all walks of life to experience our Guyanese and West Indian heritage”
August 22, 2015 at 11:00AM
For More information on the Lymme:
The popular Jamaican radio station Power 106 and host, Dervan Malcolm, will be broadcasting live from Kingston 11 in Oakland tomorrow (Friday) from noon to 2p.m. Members of the community are invited to stop by, they would love to talk to local Jamaicans.
Power 106 is in town to cover JAANC’s annual fourth of July picnic.
Kingston 11 is located at 2270 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94612
For more information contact Kimone Gooden
Sign your Kids up to join Akoma Arts
at Montalvo’s Summer Arts Camp
Monday, July 13, 2015 – Friday, July 17, 2015
9 a.m. – noon (Ages 6 & up)
Explore the rich culture and ceremonies of West Africa. Through traditional dance, hand drumming, and mask making, campers will gain an understanding of the influences and significance of these vibrant practices.
RHYTHMS OF WEST AFRICA: ART AND DANCE
Photo: Bahara Emami
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