Went to the Arnolfini with my youngest and brought back a poster by the artist for the eldest. When the eldest saw it she said thanks but she’s already got it, and had it signed by the artist. Ok then. 😂👍🏾 #JobDone #YoungArnolfini #Proud
SPEECH GIVEN AT THE AFRIKA EYE FILM FESTIVAL – 12 NOV 2016 Introduction given before the screening the documentary Roots, Reggae, Rebellion. ____________________________________ Five Corners of Reggae: what reggae music means to me Welcome to the Afrika Eye film festival screening of Roots, Reggae, Rebellion, the documentary on the history or reggae music presented by Akala.
Greetings in the name of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I and Her Imperial Majesty Empress Menen Asfaw. Welcome to friends and visitors to Fairfield House, whichever mansion, community or identity you represent, or however you came to be here today. You are all welcome. Give thanks. My name is Shawn Naphtali Sobers –
For some reason I’m only now getting to advertise this on my own blog, I have an exhibition with Angus Fraser at Royal West Academy Gallery (RWA), Bristol – 10th – 31st August 2014 (so only one week left!!) My work, multimedia works including a 23 minute film (made in collaboration with Rob Mitchell), is about the SS
I found this great adaptation image on the exittheapple website, and I loved it so much I’m posting it here. This image sums up my motivation for getting into creative endeavours of film, photography and writing etc in the first place, (see my work at website – click here), and it’s a great reminder. As
My colleague Angus Fraser asked me to fill out a questionnaire for a paper he is writing. As I like to recycle and re-connect content, I’ve pasted my answers below. All the views are my own and not my employers or departments. ============= QUESTIONNAIRE BY ANGUS FRASER NAME: Dr Shawn Sobers
Spontaneous collaborative photograph from a train. Images taken using a Samsung Galaxy S3 and an iPhone 5s. Montage made on the Samsung using Photogrid app and uploaded to blog via email whilst still on the train. —