AAMBC EVENTS

Check out the latest news and events from the organizations of AAMBC.

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Ebony of Arts πŸ“ ATL March 23, 2024

Ebony of Arts is a photo exhibition serving as a fundraiser for AAMBC that showcases the brilliant works of our honorees and their impacts. From stunning photographs to thought-provoking pieces, this exhibition truly brings their creativity to life. This national event provides space for artists, musicians, dancers, and writers to showcase their work and/or perform for a live audience.

SoulCanvas πŸ“ Los Angeles March 30, 2024

Our community is a vibrant and inclusive hub for creatives seeking a space to freely express themselves and explore their artistic potential. Through our thoughtfully curated workshops, engaging conversations, and interactive experiences, we provide a nurturing environment for individuals to delve into the boundless realms of self-expression and artistic exploration.

At the heart of our community is a deep belief in the transformative power of creativity. Whether you're an established artist or just starting on your artistic journey, our diverse range of workshops will inspire you to unlock your creative potential.

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Black Writer’s Weekend πŸ“ ATL August 1-4, 2024

Black Writer’s Weekend is the largest community-driven festival for Black creatives and filmmakers. This event is dedicated to celebrating and honoring Black literary creatives in publishing and film. This year, the festival will feature three events in one weekend: Cre8tiveCon, Lit Crawl, and the AAMBC Literary Awards.

Cre8tiveCon August 2, 2024 πŸ“ ATL

Cre8tiveCon is an initiative to provide opportunities to upcoming Black writers and filmmakers. Cre8tive Con introduces writers to publishers and educators, providing them with networking incentives. It is an authentic, affirming virtual event.

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The AAMBC Awards πŸ“ ATL August 4, 2024

The AAMBC Literary Awards is an entertainment awards show for the recognition of talented and influential Black creatives. Incorporating mainstream media with books, this event pioneers a new way to experience awards shows while granting visibility and opportunity to Black writers.

Throughout this 4-day extravaganza, participants are enthused by various panels, workshops, meet and greets, parties, movie screenings, as well as a formal awards gala.

πŸ“ Wisconsin Nov 7-10, 2024

Embark on an inspiring start to Nanowrimo 2024 by indulging in a rejuvenating and creativity-fueled retreat. Join us at the I Am Creative Retreat, meticulously curated by AAMBC, to elevate your writing experience.

During this retreat, immerse yourself in a tranquil environment with full accommodations, inclusive of meals. Engage with bestselling authors, partake in structured writing sessions, and relish the freedom to chart your creative journey your way. The retreat offers a blend of classes, leisure activities, and uninterrupted moments, providing the perfect setting to kickstart your Nano project with ease.

Wishing you a fulfilling and productive Nanowrimo journey!

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Blacklisted Banned Books Fair πŸ“ ATL Feb 24-25, 2024

Embark on a journey through the pages of resilience and resistance at the Blacklisted Banned Books Festival, a collaborative effort between Black Writers Weekend and the National Black Arts Festival. This groundbreaking celebration confronts a haunting legacy as, since Reconstruction, Black writings have been unjustly labeled as obscene and seditious. The campaign, sparked by a resurgence in book bans, strives to revive the suppressed voices of Black BIPOC and LGBTQ authors, challenging a history of 1600 banned books across 130 school districts. This two-day event, unfolding on February 24th and 25th, invites over 2500 attendees to partake in moderated panels, book signings, and a vibrant book market, fostering awareness, education, and entertainment. Join us in dismantling racial prejudices and championing the diverse narratives of African-American authors. Presented by NBAF and Black Writers Weekend, this festival promises a tapestry of stories, a timeline of resilience, and a celebration of literary freedom in a more inclusive society.