Fionn McCann presents Stingo, a Kenyan portrait exhibition supported by PMIA
DUBLIN, 27th SEPTEMBER 2018 - Irish Times photographer and visual artist Fionn McCann opens his exhibition of Kenyan portraits, championing those at the heart of the sustainable and ethical fashion industry in Africa. This free exhibition will be open at the Copper House Gallery, Dublin 8 from 27th September to 4th October 2018. The portraits were shot on a trip to the East African country earlier this year which was sponsored by the Simon Cumbers Media Fund and facilitated by Proudly Made in Africa.
Proudly Made in Africa Announced as Supporting Partner for Fashion Africa Conference, London
London, 18 May 2017
Proudly Made in Africa has been announced as supporting partner of the 2017 Fashion Africa Conference, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London, May 25 – 26.
The 2017 Fashion Africa Conference, under the theme of Africa: Fashion’s Future, brings Africa to the heart of the European fashion industry for two days in London this May. Industry professionals gather to connect, identify trends and predict what’s in store for the global fashion industry.
Huffington Post publish interesting article on African Innovation : December 2015
The Huffington Post have published a very interesting article on the levels of innovation by those living and working in Africa. The articles argues this innovation defys the stagnant sterotypes that plague African development.
Wipf AG and AZURI partner to create new stand-up pouches for dehydrated mango slices : November 2015
Czech graphic design company Wipf AG have developed new stand up pouches for Azuris mango slices through the SAVE FOOD initiative. This is a collaborative venture between the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Messe Düsseldorf GmbH against global food loss and waste.
Africas increasing coffee consumption could see growth in sector : November 2015
Mail and Guardian Africa have written an article on how Africa's coffee market may grow despite a decline in cost being experienced in other coffee producing regions such as Columbia. Very interesting read for those interested in their coffee and African growth!