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First Jamaican to be awarded
The Bridport Prize writing bursary
for Flash Fiction
Jamaican-raised writer, authorpreneur, poet,
mentor and orator, Kwame MA McPherson
has become the first person from the
island to win a bursary award for the Kit
de Waal Bursary for Flash Fiction with The
Bridport Prize: International Creative Writing
My Date With Depression: Mental
Uncertainty to Self-fulfillment (2019) is
being launched at the Jamaican High
Commission,1-2 Prince Consort Road,
London SW7 2BZ, on Thursday 19th March 2020 at 6:00pm. To purchase a copy of his book: Amazon (https://amzn.to/2MBgzm0);
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Explore the works of legendary songs, free your minds
as this army of young artists draw you into their magical
world! ‘SOUNDS OF THE UNDERGROUND’ is inspired by
the academy’s strong values of family, education, culture
& diversity with a vision to create their own legacy through
iconic radio hits. Beats are pumping, shoes are tapping and
bodies moving to the rhythm of the night.
Saturday 4th April 2020 1pm & 6pm
Sunday 5th April 2020 3pm
Tickets: £12 adult, £10 child & £35 family ticket
(must be a max of two adults)
Fashion-Enter Ltd will be delivering an exciting new project
called N17 Creative Callings. The project launched on the 17th
November will bring local creative SME’s and micro-SME’s
together with training providers to address skills gaps.
It will also support these businesses to provide work
placements, internships and project opportunities for students.
The project aims to help address the shortfalls of
underrepresented groups within the creative industry, by
targeting Londoners with disabilities and health conditions,
ethnic minorities and females.
The project is funded by the Greater London Authority and the
European Social Fund and supported by Haringey Council
The film challenges the stolen legacy of our ancient Kemetian history. It takes us into the inner world of Kemetian spirituality and reveals how they built the pyramids. It’s where the Pharaohs and Queens from the spirit world meet the history books. Contributors also include: Dr Nubia Onyeka, Neferatiti, Mfundisi Jhutyms, priest Heru Ankh Ra Semajh Se Ptah.
Date: Saturday 28th September
Location: Maa Maat Centre
366A High Road, Tottenham
London N17 9HT
Phone: 07415482167 - 07956052821
Ticket Price : £8.00 in advance
£10.00 at the door
Tottenham Hotspur has become the first Club to create an art gallery within its stadium to showcase works of local artists. Ashton Attzs one of three commissioned artist White h(e)art, Brown h(e)art, Black h(e)art Lane; 2018 Ashton Attzs is a 20-year-old, award-winning artist and poet, from North London, and studying Fine Art at Central St Martin’s, who celebrates the uncelebrated. This series of quotidian paintings are a colourful lease of life; charmingly empowering the everyday person, particularly those of BAME and LGBT+ identities. White h(e)art, Brown h(e)art, Black h(e)art Lane is an ode to all individuals from every community within Tottenham. The vibrant triptych is a snapshot of eclectic N17 life: from the busy bus stops of the High Road to the shoppers of Hale Village - it’s a celebration of all who make Tottenham what it is.