iN FOCUS: African Pop-Up Festival
MIST Harlem, based in Harlem, New York, was infused with a vibrant dose of African culture, entertainment and community at the African Pop-Up Festival in celebration of Black History Month. Harlem's premier entertainment venue was filled with an array of cultural textiles, contemporary African-inspired fashions, the aromas of staple continental dishes, and energy-packed live performances by rising artists of the diaspora.
Whether attendees were looking to experience a diverse taste of African culture, connect with great company, support black artists like Mr Bello and Teemanay, or black-owned businesses such as Vai Girl, For the Culture and The Great American Hat Show, the festival had much to offer. Event-goers embraced every bit of the occasion as it extended well into the evening.
For all who missed out, we've got you covered! Check out the event gallery below to view highlights. (Swipe right)
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PHOTOGRAPHY BY: @m_mwater