“afronaut(a): is a collage of time, travel. the space from the rites to the popular. travels through culture and the moving image. it’s how I navigate through inspiration, identity and creation...” ABW

afronaut(a) tomorrow @ 1pm!!!  @ Pearlarts 201 N. Braddock (parking lot and entrance on thomas blvd).  6th Floor.

Panel led by Christiane Leach

Oyo Ellis, Tracey Turner, TFunk, Big Lee

Followed by performance by Christiane Leach from her album Amor Fati

See you there!!!

afronaut(a) 2.0 Media festival 

Black Radical Imagination Films are presenting at the Dance Alloy Saturday September 27 @ 7pm



TODAY!!!!!!! @ Healcrest Urban Farm

This evening we watch, 


In this poetic and atmospheric horror fable, set in a village in war-torn medieval Japan, a malevolent spirit has been ripping out the throats of itinerant samurai. When a military hero is sent to dispatch the unseen force, he finds that he must struggle with his own personal demons as well. From Kaneto Shindo, director of the terror classic Onibaba, Kuroneko (Black Cat) is a spectacularly eerie twilight tale with a shocking feminist angle, evoked through ghostly special effects and exquisite cinematography.

With guests,

Anna Slowdanger Thompson and Taylor Knight! 


Sarah Shotland reading from her book Junkette.  

afronaut(a) 2.0 Conditions of the Mind 

September 7, 2014 


afronaut(a) 2.0 Conditions of the Mind  - Anqwenique Wingfield performing Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood with the documentary Nina Simone A Legend… 

@ Alloy 

September 7, 2014

This SUNDAY!!! afronaut(a) explores women with mental illness and addiction in media and film.

Our guests are:
Ah-Keisha McCants, Eric Green, (Philadelphia), Tomashi JacksonNia Evans (Brooklyn) will screen and discuss their film Greenhouse.

Sarah Shotland will read from her book Junkette

Anqwenique Wingfield will be singing songs of Nina Simone and Billie Holiday

See you there afronaut(a)ns…

This SUNDAY!!!! @ the Braddock Library IN THE POOL!!! 

afronaut(a) takes a field trip to the old swimming pool at the Carnegie Library in Braddock for a screening of the 1968 surrealist film The Swimmer, starring Burt Lancaster. Dancer and choreographer Jasmine Hearn will also be on hand for a special performance. 

Sychronized swimming, perhaps?…

Sunday, August 31 :: 1 PM
Braddock Library Pool :: Free

The pool doesn’t have water in it of course. We will be sitting in the old pool of the Braddock Library. Bring Blankets. We will have some refreshments and popcorn!

there are black people in the future, alisha b. wormsley, art lending library braddock library

there are black people in the future, alisha b. wormsley, art lending library braddock library