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est. 2009

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TIMES HAVE CHANGED

This started off as a passion project in 2009 which I thought I would get over after 6 months, but it didn't. For years I slaved away during uni to document a narrative which I craved to see. A narrative featuring creatives from the African community in Australia and glimpses of the creatives in the diaspora as well. Writing wasn't my forte, yet I sourced and wrote content since it was the only way at the time I could document this narrative.

Then Instagram came...

Life  got in the way, I finished uni, Instagram came and everyone had a platform to display their creative talents. Blogs weren't the same. I felt like Afroklectic had run it's course, so I left it.
I contemplated deleting it, but I couldn't let go of it. I couldn't let go of the history which had been documented.

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So here we are
trying to maintain what was

Reviving Afroklectic in a different way. The Afroklectic Archive captures creative narratives of Africans in Australia from 2009 - 2019.

Enjoy the history

Beyond The Archive we are culturalists happy to assist with upcoming projects enriching out community.
Check out our services for more.

If you have any questions or want to chat about collaboration, don't hesitate to contact us.