Calvert 22 is a unique art space and the headquarters of Calvert 22 Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of contemporary art and culture from the new east: the post-Soviet world, the Balkans and the former socialist states of central and eastern Europe.
Currently closed to the public for building works, the space will open its doors during the festival, for one day only, to showcase five fantastic documentaries produced by The Calvert Journal’s friends Stocktown Films as part of their Afripedia project — a curated online platform focused on the contemporary culture of Africa.
Come along to watch some compelling, intimate stories, told by African visionary artists who are pushing the boundaries of creative self-expressions. Entrance is free.
The Afripedia screenings will take place as follows:
Ghana – 1:00pm
South Africa – 2:00pm
Kenya – 3:00pm
Angola – 4:00pm
Senegal – 5:00pm
Each film runs for approximately 28 minutes and seating will be on a first come first serve basis and subject to capacity.
There will also be a great selection of soft drinks and delicious food provided by the fantastic Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen!