In May Afrikult. worked with a group of year 7 pupils at Addey and Stanhope School in Deptford. We took them through our ‘Poetry, Performance and African Languages’ workshop over 2 sessions, and supported them to write a creative piece in response to what they learned during the workshops.Continue reading “Afrikult. workshops @ Addey and Stanhope for Africa Writes 2019! 13th & 20th May”
We all have authors who inspire us and fuel our passion for African literature with their use of words, spellbinding narratives and their approach to issues related to African experiences within and outside of Africa. In April, we decided to celebrate remarkable African women writers from the continent and the diaspora who inspire us and whose work was pivotal in our literary journey. Their novels and poems often raise questions on the human condition and explore themes such as identity, social injustice, gender roles, violence, mental health, marriage and self-love.Continue reading “African Women Writers Who Inspire Us”
This year Afrikult. was invited once again to facilitate two half day workshops as part of the Africa Writes Young Voices Showcase outreach programme. We were lucky enough to return to Parliament Hill School for Girls and work with a wonderful group of students.
We delivered two workshops that focused on African languages and poetry, and African women writers. Continue reading “Africa Writes 2018 Young Voices Showcase”