March 18, 2019 at the London School of Economics Saw Swee Hock Centre
The Africa Market is organised by LSE’s Afro-Carribean Society in collaboration with the LSE Africa Summit as part of the Summit’s Art & Cultural Exhibition, and will take place on March 28th, 2019.
The African Market
will feature at least 8 stalls where students can view and purchase diverse
African books, homeware, ornaments, clothing, accessories, musical instruments,
jewellery and cosmetics,among others. Featured instruments include the
Kora, Mbira, Talking drums, Shekere, Bolafon, Djembe and Udu, which will be
played and also be for sale during the market. These instruments are true
expressions of Africa and the future of traditional music.
There will also be several performing artists including Talking Drummers, Somali Dance Troupe and a Classical African Saxophonist. Students will be given first priority in the allocation of stalls, giving them an opportunity to show their creativity and insights into African culture.
Application for Stalls
As this is the inaugural launch of the Africa Market, stalls will be provided for free and vendors will be selected on the quality, diversity and originality of their products.
Students will be given priority in the allocation of stalls, giving them an opportunity to show their creativity and insights into African culture. Other stall allocations will be given to various African oriented businesses in London. To apply for a stall in the market, please fill in this form.
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