10 new African artists to watch in 2023
18 January, Accra - Ghana: After a year-long program under Africa No Filter (ANF) where they were given space, funds and support to hone their talent, the second cohort of ANF emerging artists are ready to take on the art world.
Global funders renew commitment to shift negative stereotypes about Africa
28 November, Johannesburg: Five Global funders have renewed their commitment to support the narrative change organization Africa No Filter for another two years. The donor collaborative, which was started in 2020, has been advocating for better representation of Africa in the media and arts and culture space since its inception.
New report on innovation in Africa finds youth believe the next Mark Zuckerberg could come from the continent
15 November, Lagos: Africa’s youth prefer using local innovations and believe that the next tech billionaire could come from the continent, according to the recently launched Africa – innovator or imitator? Exploring narratives around Africa’s technological capabilities report by Africa No Filter.
Meet 10 African writers and visual artists chosen to help celebrate 20 years of the African Union
8 November, Dakar, Senegal: The 10 African writers and visual artists who will contribute their creative ideas to the African Union’s 20-year celebrations were announced today as part of the AU20 campaign.
The specialist news agency, bird, today announced Ndu Okoh as its new Editor-in-Chief
25 October, Nairobi: The specialist news agency, bird, announced Ndu Okoh as its new Editor-in-Chief.
bird News Agency launches project to shift the narrative on climate action in Africa
bird News agency has announced the launch of a project that will highlight African-led efforts to respond to climate change on the continent, ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Egypt this year.
African writers and visual artists to celebrate 20 years of the African Union
Addis Ababa, 15 September 2022: Ten talented pan-Africanist writers and visual artists will help the African Union mark 20 years of leading the continent’s development, unity, and peace.
New report on Africa’s creative and cultural industries finds youth admire creatives, but they won’t spend on their work
Johannesburg, 8 September: Africa’s youth love local films and admire creatives, but they don’t read books by African authors for pleasure or spend on creative products, according to the newly launched Africa's Soft Power: Can Africa’s creativity transform the continent? report by Africa No Filter.