(Article by News Reporter posted on londonnewsonline.co.uk. Photo credit: Ancient Futures Picture: creativepowerr)
“Afrofuturism theatre, robotic swans performing on water, and aerial performances have been announced in a festival which marks 30 years since Stephen Lawrence was murdered. UK and international artists are being brought together with a programme of outdoor theatre, performance, art, dance and circus in iconic public spaces across London…”
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(Article by Beth Accomando on kpbs.org. Photo Credit: Deniran Films)
“The second annual Afro Con takes place this weekend at the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA. Afro Con evolved out of the Afrofuturism Lounge that took place outside of Comic-Con back in 2018. That was the year that “Black Panther” rousingly brought Afrofuturism to mainstream consciousness…”
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(Article by John-Baptiste Oduor posted on artreview.com. Photo credit: Kara Walker)
“The body of work loosely contained under the label of Afrofuturism exists within two radically distinct but conceptually overlapping timelines. The first encompasses the history of the United States but focuses its attention on slavery and its aftermath, traced all the way into the current century – the longue durée…”
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(Article by editor on africa.com. Photo credit: editor)
“With a digital media platform that focuses on World Shapers, Afro-Futurism, Cultural Bridge Builders, and much more for 2022. Can you imagine the modern world without the influences of Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Beyoncé, Idris Elba, Naomi Campbell, Lewis Hamilton, or Sade? When we look at science and inventions, the contributions by people of color go wide and far from developing mathematics to architecture and much more especially from the continent of Africa…”
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(Article by Alyssa Shotwell on themarysue.com. Photo Credit: Matt Kennedy/Marvel Studios 2018)
“Later this year, the highly anticipated sequel to Black Panther (2018), Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, releases. This will likely mark another big surge in wider public excitement and shared fan art depicting elements of Afrofuturism and Africanfuturism. Despite their similar origins and many cultural ties, these two genres within science fiction and speculative fiction tell very different stories…”
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Article by Allia Luzong on alittlebithuman.com. Photo Credit: Doja Cat.
Inside this article:
- Afrofuturism is a sci-fi subgenre that imagines a future through the lens of the African diaspora.
- Black Panther, the most mainstream Afrofuturistic piece of media, is a great example of the politics and themes that the genre tends to address.
- Some argue that Afrofuturism is one-dimensional and still centers colonialism and Western oppression, leading to the birth of a second, related genre called African Futurism.
- A handful of recommendations for you to check out if you want to see more of Afrofuturism and African Futurism.
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“Tony winner Lillias White, who is currently playing Matron Mama Morton in the Broadway revival of Chicago, has joined the cast of the New Group’s world premiere production of Black No More. The new musical, inspired by George S. Schuyler’s 1931 Afrofuturist novel of the same name set during the Harlem Renaissance, will be presented January 11–February 27, 2022, at The Pershing Square Signature Center. Opening night is scheduled for February 8.”
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