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MAKERS IN THE MANSION : A TRANSFORMED AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY AT WOODLAWN THROUGH THE ARTISAN EYE FRIDAY OCT 19- ONLY THROUGH OCTOBER 22 - 11 AM - 4 PM Click here for more details. Installations of contemporary maker work inside our museum space by six extraordinary local African...

Long-time collaborating partner, Nubian Hueman is now officially a client of LSP. Their influence as a DC-based lynchpin of fashion, culture and community has spawned a movement that includes over 25 Black designers and makers across the diaspora. We are excited to join them as...

Congratulations to Titus Kaphar one of the 25 recipients of the The MacArthur Genius Grant. We discovered Kaphar through The Agora Culture, one of our newest clients. A disruptor in his own right, we have fallen in love with his mission of using art to question...

Our annual Fela event is back! This year we return to civilization and partner with Ghanian-owned Bar 1230. Join us for Fela vibes pre and post Afrobeat tunes, vendors, drinks and more. Oh, and this year is on us! RSVP for entry....

We are proud to be partnering with ThinkAfrica for their annual trip to Lagos, Nigeria. As a partner, Kat will curate a Creatives' Track for attendees interested in studio visits of Lagosian visual artists, fashion designers and makers, cultural exchanges with like-actioned counterparts and opportunities...

Kat recently joined The Agora Culture team as part of her work with Hadiya Williams and BPP, but after a few weeks she was asked to expand her role to include social media curation, logistics and event production, All of this is in support of...

LSP teams up with the Prince Georges African American Museum & Cultural Center for their First Fridays series in August. In two movements we bring AfroPast and AfroFuture together with a special screening of Julie Dash's seminal work Daughters of the dust and a special...

This past Saturday, Jollof Festival came to DC. LSP's Kat was onboard as co-host and it did not disappoint. Who made the best jollof this year? Click on the link to find out....