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[Photo Re:cap] Our Stories: Black Women in Film @ London College of Communication

23rd March 2015 | | 4 Comments

Check out the photos from our ‘Black Women in Film’ event which was held at UAL’s London College of Communication campus as part of their Film & Literature Festival.

 

There were so many take aways points made … Read More

[Call to Artists] The Black British Girlhood Project

12th March 2015 | | 2 Comments

The Black British Girlhood Exhibition will be a celebration of our diversity, culture and individuality within our identity. Our Girlhood as we know it is what has shaped and brought us to where we are now. This exhibition will seek … Read More

Barbadian Writer Amanda Haynes’ Graphic Memoir ‘Talamak’ explores mental health in the Caribbean

18th February 2015 |

Thenublk has had the pleasure of having contributors with fascinating backgrounds. One of our most recent additions to the family has been Amanda Haynes, a writer and critic from Barbados. We spoke with Amanda about her first memoir ‘Talamak’ and the … Read More

Thenublk presents: Our Stories ‘Black Women in Film’ at University Arts London ACS Film & Literature Festival

16th February 2015 |

As  part of University of Arts London’s African-Caribbean Society’s Film & Literature Festival which takes place throughout the month of March, Thenublk will be celebrating Women’s History Month by screening a series of short films created by a number of exciting … Read More

[Video] Faces of the Caribbean beautifully captured in ‘West Indian Moving Portraits’

11th February 2015 |

Created by documentary filmmaker Glen Milner, West Indian Moving Portraits captures the character filled faces of tradespeople in the Caribbean.

 

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[Fashion + Style] StyleLikeU celebrates the unique stories of Black style connoisseurs

9th February 2015 |

The simplicity of StyleLikeU‘s ‘What’s Underneath’ series is incredibly powerful. It seeks to get to the core of what makes each subject (often style icons/tastemakers/creatives) featured by asking them to remove a piece of clothing whilst answering a series of … Read More

[Video] Tjoerie – An ode to the Surinamese word for ‘Kiss Teeth’

4th February 2015 |

As a child, I always found it fascinating listening to my parents code-switch. Although English is the main language spoken in Grenada and patois being mostly spoken by Grenadians of my grandparents generation, there was a stark difference in their ‘Queen’s … Read More

[Image of the Day] Exhibit Be: Abandoned apartment block in NOLA becomes canvas for public art project

29th January 2015 |

With pop-up spaces becoming increasingly popular, the city and empty spaces become large scale backdrops for passionate artists to share their work with the world.

ExhibitBE is a community-centered celebration of street art’s transformative energy that highlights the opportunity for … Read More

Girlhood, Grime & Afrofuturism – Web series ‘Strolling’ looks at Black identity in France

21st January 2015 |

‘The Black experience’ often times denotes (depending on who’s talking about it) the idea that as people our experiences are homogenous. Whilst there are certainly shared experiences there are also vast differences which makes these experiences anything but monolithic.

The … Read More