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Event Dates PART 1: 30 JUNE - 3 JULY 2005 PART 2: 7 JULY - 10 JULY 2005 Business Design Centre, London N1 For 20 years New Designers has been the foremost exhibition of truly fresh creative talent. New Designers delivers an event brimming with innovation in every design discipline from jewellery to architecture. Be inspired by genuinely original thinking and catch the next generation of design leaders before somebody else.
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Africa 05 Sasa,E
The drums of Africa still beat and they are louder than ever in 2005. Politically this year is a crucial one in the battle to end poverty and culturally the continent has achieved prominance in every medium from the rarified worlds of art and fashion to reality TV – the BBC has plans for ‘Strictly African Dancing’ featuring celebrities learning traditional dances. Whatever form it takes, Africa 05 is the biggest celebration of Africa ever organised in Britain. It began with an explosion of visual art exhibitions and the summer months feature fantastic craft, fashion and design events.
Kliptown Snappers Horniman Textile Gallery is showcasing eyecatching West African textiles and costumes. The exhibition also features 'Adire' dyed textiles from the Yoruba people in Nigeria and also includes costumes from around the region. Horniman Museum & Gardens, 100 London Road, London. 18 March-1 January New Displays-Sainsbury African Galleries Newly acquired works by the artist Rachid Koraichi including a large metal sculpture from his 'Path of Roses' installation and a selection of wonderful gold embroidered silk banners on display in the African Galleries. British Museum, Great Russell Street, London. 10 Feb 2005-1 Jan 2006 African Art Today
A series of seminars discussing painting and sculpture, fashion, design and dance. A rare opportunity to review and discuss the contemporary African art scene and its place within an international context. Monday 20 June John Picton: A look at Africa 95 and Africa 05. Monday 27 June Roger Malbert: Africa Remix, creating a contemporary survey. Tate Modern, Bankside, London. 6.30pm-8pm cost: £70 (£45 concessions), booking required.
Africa ‘05 February-October 2005 www.bbc.co.uk/bbcafrica/africa05
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