Rastafari family worlwide

Rastafari family worlwide

  • Sun
    08
    Jan
    2017
    3.30 - 7.30 pmFairfield House, 2 Kelston Road, Bath, Somerset, BA1 3QJ

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  • Thu
    23
    Feb
    2017
    7:30 pm@The Nevart Gulbenkian Hall, Iverna Gardens, London W8

    "The Armenians of Ethiopia and an introduction to the work of B.A. Sevadjian", lecture by Rubina Sevadjian Kingwell. Event hosted by the Armenian Institute

    Admission: £5 (£3 students)

  • Fri
    24
    Feb
    2017
    Sun
    26
    Feb
    2017
    Chile

    Nyabinghi Cerimony / Forums: Pan African & Rastafari / Rastafari exhibit / Environmental program / Organic agriculture / Cultural event / Reggae roots music concert

    More infos: www.ralak.com/

    RALAK-Chile

  • Fri
    24
    Feb
    2017
    Sun
    26
    Feb
    2017
    @Mayibuye Multipurpose Centre, Kimberley - Galeshewe, South Africa

    R.U.F. International Summit 3rd anniversary

    Elders in RAstafari Awards, Rastafari research colloquium & reggae nite

    Theme: Mobilising the International RAstafari Community for Unity Actions

     

     

  • Wed
    01
    Mar
    2017
    9:00 amKeizergracht parking lot, Cape Town, South Africa

    More info: http://rastaites.com/2nd-annual-rasta-nation-march-commemorating-121st-anniversary-adwa-victory/

  • Sun
    05
    Mar
    2017
    10:00 am@Rising Phoenix, Akuma village - Ghana

  • Fri
    17
    Mar
    2017
    Tue
    20
    Jun
    2017
    10 am - 5 pm Mon Wed Fri / 1st Sat of every month from 3 pm Fairfield House, 2 Kelston Road, BA1 3QJ Bath

    "This exciting exhibition at Fairfield House is produced by Dr Peter Kellett, an architect and social anthropologist, and Senior Lecturer in Architecture at Newcastle University. In 2013 he was based at Addis Ababa University Ethiopia for 8 months, and whilst there brought together this body of work. The exhibition consists of large numbers of everyday objects collected with the help of Ethiopian colleagues. They will be displayed as multiples and in creative, colourful juxtaposition with each other.

    Each group focuses on a particular theme including: cultures of sustenance (food/religion/water), communication and education (languages/signs), renewal and birth (urban change/birth rates/maternal mortality/ health), resources (money/recycling). The objects include: traditional woven mats, recycled oil containers, religious pictures and candles, children’s shoes, football shirts, bank notes, processional umbrellas, and other materials.

    This opening event including talks, performances and contributions by the Ethiopian community, and refreshments."

    FB event: www.facebook.com/events/1849366975314570/