Black History Month (BHM) is held every October in Britain, many schools and charities will be organising various events to tie into this occasion.
Here at 2020 Effect we offer many African Arts Workshops aimed to help support these events.
Our African Arts Workshops help to:
- Promote knowledge of black history and experience
- Circulate information on positive Black contributions to British Society
- Heighten the confidence and awareness of Black people in their cultural heritage.
- Celebrate black history.
It is important to celebrate Black History Month in schools and what better way than using and authentic Black History Month Workshop. Our series’ of Black History Month workshops are dedicated to providing a range of educational workshops which serve to highlight the African culture, black history and engage and educate. All our cultural workshops are authentic and cover the disciplines of dance, drama, music and visual arts. They are designed to educate, empower and enlighten and are an exciting addition to multicultural days, exhibitions, displays, presentations and tours.
Our Black History Month Workshops Include:
African Drumming Workshops
African Dance Workshop
African Storytelling Workshops
Afro Brazilian Dance Workshops
Caribbean Dance Workshops
Hip Hop Theatre Workshops
Contemporary Dance & Drama (Slavery)
Rap & Spoken Word Workshops
African Jewellery Making & Bead Making Workshops
African Mask Making Workshops
African Textiles & Print Making Workshops
Remember to book for October’s Black History Month 2012 in advance as we are already taking in bookings.
Call us on 0800 471 4983 for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org
African Arts Workshops are available all year round to help make children aware of black history as too are other cultural workshops.