Hair Today, Here Tomorrow is a project celebrating groups and individuals who are creating their own structures without the help of institutions. Every couple of months I hold an event which encompasses talks, discussions, exhibition, performances and food-sharing.
The focus is to create one space where black wom*n, non-binary,
masculine presenting women, queer and undefined definitions can now intersect.
I use a Zoom H4N to record all the discussions and make them available online
as a public archive.
Caribbean heritage. Exploring where technology meets the arts, history, news, activism and representation, Afrotech Fest provides a space where people of all backgrounds can explore their interests.
Afrotech Fest is a response to the underrepresentation of black people in the tech industry, especially those who are marginalised in others ways. Tech events play a vital role in encouraging people to enter the industry, make connections and learn new skills but the high price of a ticket can exclude potential attendees. We want to create a tech festival that is intentionally diverse and inclusive of those often excluded.
Afrotech Fest aims to provide a space where black people of all ages can come together to learn,
create, collaborate and build communities.
Join us and find your people