Southern World Arts News
Wednesday, 17 May 2023
INTERVIEW: THE MAKING OF A GHANAIAN SHORT FILM
Some movie scenes keep replaying in one’s mind long after one has left the cinema, and this is certainly true of Moon Over Aburi , a short f...
Monday, 27 March 2023
AFRICAN FILMS OF UNESCO-NETFLIX SCHEME TO STREAM
It’s a new direction for UNESCO, getting involved in movies, so to speak. The United Nations' cultural agency and Netflix - the global...
Thursday, 23 February 2023
SECOND AFRICAN BOOK FAIR OF PARIS HERALDS SPRING
In autumn 2021, hundreds of book lovers gathered in one of the “chicest” areas of France’s capital to attend the inaugural African Book Fair...
Saturday, 18 February 2023
PRINCETON HONOURS TONI MORRISON WITH EXHIBITION
Acclaimed American writer and 1993 Nobel laureate Toni Morrison will be the focus of a “revelatory exhibition” at Princeton University Libra...
Sunday, 29 January 2023
KOREAN JAZZ SINGER YOUN SUN NAH ON ART AND SOUL
When the parents of Korean jazz singer Youn Sun Nah realized that the COVID-19 pandemic had begun, they called and urged her to return to Se...
Sunday, 6 November 2022
NEW ORLEANS IN ‘DAZZLING’ FOCUS AT PARIS EXHIBITION
An exhibition at Paris’ Quai Branly Museum has put the rich culture of New Orleans in the spotlight, with a striking display of carnival cos...
Thursday, 6 October 2022
CARIBBEAN-AMERICAN ARTIST DEPICTS ‘CHOSEN FAMILY’
For two months over the summer, Caribbean-American artist Delvin Lugo presented his first solo show in New York City, exhibiting large, vibr...
Wednesday, 31 August 2022
POLITICS AND LYRICISM: REMEMBERING GEORGE LAMMING
By Dimitri Keramitas George Lamming was a pioneer of Caribbean literature whose reputation spanned the Atlantic. He was part of a legendar...
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