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This Black History Month take part in family-friendly day of activities that will explore the world of Afrofuturism. 

Hosted by DET Entertainment, Trinity Centre & Edson Burton, Afrometropolis 2.0: Shock & Wonder (Oct 23), is an opportunity to playfully reimagine what it is to be Black Using through a range of activities inspired by Afrofuturisism. Learn and collaborate with others in a fun and informal environment. 

Using collage art create images of the ‘Afrofuture You,’ transform a full-scale model into a fabulous ‘Afronaut’  be part of a live illustration of the Afrofuture City and respond to word prompts to write stories or poems.  

Activities will be led by Drojan Visuals, Lucy J Turner, writer/historian Edson Burton. 

After the workshop, come join DJ Ashanti 007 for a evening of dance, food, and music.  

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Event is free. Booking advised.  

This event is part of The World Reimagined, a ground-breaking, national education project transforming how we understand the Transatlantic Trade in Enslaved Africans. Find out more about the World Reimaged events throughout Black History Month here. 

October 23rd, 2022 from 10:00 AM to  8:00 PM