CELAFI 1997

CELEBRATING AFRICAN IDENTITY:

ENTERING THE MILLENNIUM

CELAFI '97 a multi-venue, international event with the theme 'Celebrating African Identity: Entering the Millennium', provided a greater and even more expansive opportunity for African Canadian artists from across Canada to receive national and international exposure - participating artists from across the country and the international diaspora numbered in the hundreds and audience in the thousands.  For these artists and audiences CELAFI '97 city wide events established many important first including the international publication of Revue Noire-African Canada - the first bi-lingual, multi-disciplinary, comprehensive and national documentation of African Canada arts and artists at the cusp of the 21st century.

PREVIEW:

REVUE NOIRE AFRICAN CANADA

ISSUE NO 25

 

The international renowned , Paris based African Contemporary Art Publication - and the Canadian Artists Network: Black Artists in Action  (CAN:BAIA), produced a special issue on Black Canadian Artists which launched during the 1997 CELAFI celebration,  this comprehensive glimpse of Art created by Black Canadian brilliantly features visual and media arts, dance, literature, music and theatre.

 

Launch Monday, June 23, 1997, 6:30 pm

Member's Lounge, Toronto City Hall 

Host: Mayor Barbara  Hall

Revue Noire: Issue No 25 - African Canada

Published by Revue Noire (Paris, France)

Reference Number R240004170

Editors Simon Njami et CAN:BAIA

Pages: 100

Size: 33x23cm

Published in June 1997

In French and English


This special edition publication is available for order online both as a print and downloadable PDF.

To review and purchase visit

www.revuenoire.com/en/editions/

CONTENTS OF RN 25 :

This issue has been coordinated by Ayanna Black & Simon Njami (Managing editors), Harold Head & Angela Lee (Senior Editors), Patricia Fouche, Marva Jackson, Glace Lawrence, Scott Marsden & Hazel Palmer (Associate Editors), Dawn Carter (Editorial Assistant), Marva Oliverrie (CELAFI General Manager/Acting Head of CAN:BAIA)

Our special Thanks to:  the staff of CAN:BAIA, George Anthony Aarons, Dawn Carter, Linda Dias, Orla Garriques, Pat Jeffers and Dawn Murray, Suzanne Anderson, Rhiannon Babineau, Iris Britan, Dario Busalino, Gavin Douglas, Lisa Littlefield, Nkiru Nzegwu, Cindy Siddhu, Faybene Manaecal and Julia Rosenberg; all artists and writers who have made CAN: BAIA and CELAFI possible, the CAN:BAIA Board of Directors, the Playwrights Union of canada, and all of our funders. 

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ART / AFRICAN CANADA / Leslie Coleman, Hollis Baptiste, Chrystal Clements, Anthony Benoit, Gordon Christopher, Pedro Alderette, Roberta Huebener, Kineko, Jan Crick, Roland Jean, Paulette Hawkins, Jeffrey Austin Gisbson, Artis Lane, Lilison, Ormsby Ford, Khadejha McCall, Tony, Lloyd Pollard, David George Morgan, Yvon Villmarceaux, June Clark, Kim Mc Neilly, Jan Wade, Carlyle G. Williams, Winsom, Tim Whiten, Marjorie Jolly,  Ijose Chow

PHOTO / AFRICAN CANADA / 'Syntheses of Contradiction' Andrea Fatona. Photographers: Serge Emmanuel Jongué, Rose Ann Bailey, David Zapparoli, Michael Chambers, Buseje Bailey, Stan Douglas, Andrea Fatona, Stella Fakiyesi, Melinda Mollineaux

LITERATURE / AFRICAN CANADA / Joël Des Rosiers, George Elliott Clarke, Gérard Etienne, Rudolph Allen, Michelle Ann Bess, Rachel Hosten, Sharon M. Lewis, Angela Lee, Ijose Chow, Bernadette Dyer, Henry Saint Fleur, Sister Vision Press

DANCE  / AFRICAN CANADA / Poetry and Movement' Angela Lee:  Badu, Len Gibson, Maboungou, Nysta Nysta, John Alleyne, Learie Mc Nicolls, Coba, Ballet Creole

THEATRE / AFRICAN CANADA / 'The Play's the Thing' Colin Taylor: Performers & Companies:  ahdri Zhina Mandiela, Colin Taylor, Theatre WUM, Addena Sumter Freitag, Riot, Black Theatre West, Joujou Turenne, Whylah Falls, Pauline Peters, Caribana, George Bwanika Seremba, Gerry Atwell, Diane Roberts, Bonnie Beecher, Black Theatre Workshop, Henry Gomez, Vivine Scarlett, Karen Robinson, Louis Taylor, Ngozi, Catherine Bruhier, Andrew Mossie, Richard Yearwood,

CINEMA / AFRICAN CANADA /  'Introduction' Glace Lawrence; 'Displaced' Cameron Bailey; 'Gender, nation, African Canadian' Gabrielle Hezekiah; 'Syntheses of Contradiction' Andrea Fotona; Directors 1957-1998: William Greaves, D.Millar, Lenny Littlewhite, Roger McTair, Jennifer Hodge de Silva, Selwyn Jacob, Christine Browne, Clair Prieto, Silvia Hamilton, Errol Williams, Glace Lawrence, Donna James, Selina Williams, Michelle Mohabeer, D. Douglas, G. Micallef, D. Brand, G. Stikeman, Nicole Thompson, Julia Browne Figuero, Andrew Davis, Monik Dofen, Peter Karuna, Clement Virgo, V. Rankin, Alfons Adetuyi,, S. Weeeney, W. Cunningham, David Findlay, Buseje Bailey, Dionne Brand, A. Fatona, C. Wyngaarden, Clem Marshalll, L. Allen, G. Samprogna, Cilia Sawadogo, D. Roy, Stephen Williams, Colina Phillips, David Findlay, Zan Chandler, Anthony Browne, Terence Anthony, Dawn Wilkinson, Nadine Valcin, Lana Lovell, Jephte Bastien, Jason Romilly, Anthony Sherwood, Christine Browne,

MUSIC/ Almeta Speaks, Lorraine Klassen, Four The Moment, Jim Norman, Salome Bey, Dub Poetry, Malaika, Fréres Guisé, Djolof

TALKS MEMORY / CAN: BAIA, Marva Ollivierre, Lee, Harold Head, Adrienne Shadd, Glace W. Lawrence, Gabrielle Hezekiah, Anne Marie Hood, Zab Maboungou, Marva Jackson, Joanne Gairy, Claire Prieto

ART NEWS / Vilaire, Chéri Samba, Touré Béhan, Abdoulaye Konaté, Cecilia Paredes, Aqus Suwage, Ouattara

 

 

AFRICAN SUITES exhibition (to continue)

LA HAVANA BIENNAL 1997

TRIBUTE to MOUSTAPHA DIMÉ by Mohammed Kacimi

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