#theafrowegian presents an African mask making workshop at the Watt Institute in Greenock.
Come along and get inspired by the masks on display and dip into the archive at the Watt to get inspired to create your own unique mask. This workshop is open to all ages and no previous experience is needed.
Major Taylor’s story is of a rise to stardom despite the odds. He was as big a star as Tiger Woods or Michael Jordan in his day, but his grandfather was a slave. Taylor had to fight entrenched prejudice just to get to the starting line.
theAfrowegian’s very own podcast series in which Jideofor Muotune listens to New Perspectives on African Art – starting with The Benin Bronzes.
Episode 1 is available now with more interviews and insights to follow shortly.
#theafrowegian presents a series of events to inform, educate and entertain audiences in Inverclyde about Scots who had direct or indirect involvement with the Caribbean.
The approach will be multi-generational, inclusive and joyful – celebrating Inverclyde’s ‘Black History’ not being just for people of colour but for all.
The Afrowegian is a place for discussion and debate on matters of race and the black experience in Scotland.
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