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  • Atis Rezistans: A Haitian artists collective - Celeur Jean Herald, Andre Eugene and The Sculptors of Grand Rue. 
  • Colour Code: A space designed to link visual artists, whose concerns range from the black urban experience to innovative experiments with process, to people interested in recording ideas, discussing processes and perhaps collaborating on projects
  • Crossing Borders: This site relates to a past collaborative scheme, linking young writers in Africa with experienced mentors in the UK. On this site you will find information about these projects, academic papers, image galleries, 12 issues of Crossing Borders magazine, and sound files of the Radiophonics broadcast series.
  • George Parfitt's Storefront: This site provides access to free bibliographies of West Indian fiction and poetry, each with over 900 references, complied by George Parfitt a retired lecturer at the University of Nottingham, alongside some of his other publications.
  • Ghetto biennale: A site about the Grand Rue Sculptors, a community of artists living in a downtown slum neighbourhood of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The newest art community to have emerged in the last ten years, who held their first 'Ghetto Biennale' in 2009.
  • Infinite Island: The website for a major exhibition of Caribbean contemporary art at the Brooklyn Museum in 2007, includes images of a number of artists' works
  • Making Histories Visible: An interdisciplinary visual art research project encouraging exploration of the contribution of black visual art to the cultural landscape
  • Petrine Archer[.com]: The site of art historian, exhibition curator, writer and lecturer Petrine Archer including a regularly updated Diaspora Dialogs blog, with downloadable pdfs of published articles and, an A-Z of over 100 Caribbean and Diaspora Artists with thumbnails of their art work and links to their sites.
  • Rockstone and Bootheel: An online archive of an exhibition of Caribbean and Caribbean diaspora contemporary art which ran at Real Art Ways in Connecticut, November 2009 - March 2010, including links to catalogue PDFs
  • Wakaman Project: The site for a recent project pairing artists in Suriname and diaspora artists in the Netherlands, which resulted in an exhibition and book 


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