Monthly Archives: October 2019

Hidden stories behind African print fabrics

“8 Vibrant African Wax Prints And Their Unique Stories“ BY MELANIE ABRAMS Vogue interviews the author of a new book published on African wax print textiles. Dutch manufacturer Vlisco also has many more designs with background stories available online. University of Wisconsin librarian Emilie Songolo manages a database of African commemorative textiles.

Mary Sibande: I Came Apart at the Seams

Mary Sibande: I Came Apart at the Seams, Somerset House, London, 3 Oct 2019 – 7 Jan 2020 THIS EXHIBITION IS FREE!! 03 Oct 2019 – 05 Jan 2020 Terrace Rooms, South Wing, Somerset House via Mary Sibande: I Came Apart at the Seams — eye.on.art h/t Africa in Words

Job post: Associate/Full Professor — Film, Digital/Print Media and/or Visual Culture — Fordham University

The Department of African and African American Studies at Fordham University invites applications for a tenured position in film, digital/print media, and/or visual culture at the Associate or Full Professor level, beginning August 2020, at the Lincoln Center Campus.