• ART

    AFRIKIN will spotlight a generation of artists who are challenging the status quo through their creativity. Their creations reinforce only the prevailing personas of millennials as tech-savvy, connected, socially conscious and experiential more than materialistic.

    Culinary Art

    Our culinary Artist offer the finest in international cuisine at AFRIKIN events. From wine tastings to cooking exhibitions, your conversations will be elevated with the culinary movements of the diaspora.


    AFRIKIN Talks is a series of events that will inform, empower, and share human and capital resources with future leaders who represent or are interested in the following industries:

    Activism and social justice, arts and culture, entrepreneurship, education, health, media, technology, and more!

    If you are interested in presenting at an AFRIKIN Talks event, please contact us at submissions@afrikin.org

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    AFRIKIN will host platforms for innovators to gain exposure and connect with leaders in various industries. Through our exhibitions and workshops, we’ll encourage collaborations between influencers and emerging ingenues, while contributing to the vibrant culture in diverse cities at select locales.

    Exhibitions include:

    Nonviolent Protest 101 Workshops

    Tribal Drumming

    Art Exhibits

    Ancient Future: The Art of Afrofuturism

    Small Business Startup Spotlights

    To submit your company, product, art collection, or content-related proposal for AFRIKIN exhibition, contact us at submission@afrikin.org.


    Oh yes, stellar live music experiences will be had. In conjunction with Rockers Movement, the production company that brought you Reggae Carifest, Miami Reggae Festival, Art & Reason, and Bayside Rocks, Afrikin will spotlight a roster of some of the most influential musical heavy hitters from the diaspora. This, friends, is the new world music.

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