UK based bloggers

It’s Nice That exists to champion creativity across a whole host of disciplines. We publish exciting, original and engaging work from both established names and talented newcomers.

Europe based online platforms

Visual arts from Africa, Asia, the Americas in the international art context

Aftro design and Contemporary Art. French language site


Society HAE(SHAE) is an online media and events production company that promotes emerging art and culture from a global perspective.  We use digital media and events as a platform to celebrate artists and the goodness they create worldwide.

Africa based bloggers

Chimurenga, a pan African publication of writing, art and politics has been in print since March 2002

Africa is a Country is a collective of scholars, writers, artists, filmmakers, bloggers, and curators who together produce online commentary, original writing, media criticism, short videos, and photography.

Personal blog of Chika Okeke-Agulu. Artist, independent curator and art historian with a primary interest in contemporary art, especially of Africa and its Diaspora

ArtThrob is South Africa’s leading contemporary visual arts publication, reporting on the national arts scene and the involvement of South African artists in the international art world.

Africa broadcast radio

Radio station based in the UK market with a dual music and conversation format – playing Soul, Reggae, RnB, Jazz, Hip-Hop, House, Soca, and Afro-Beats, alongside a schedule of guests in conversation.

The Pan African Space Station (PASS) is a music platform on the internet and in venues across the African world. is one of the original sites promoting urban African culture via the web. Its original goal of ‘unifying everybody who’s inspired by hip hop and by the cultures of Africa and of African origins’ still holds today.

ACCRA[dot] ALT is a cultural network that promotes the alternative work of young Ghanaian artists and emerging creatives across the globe. ACCRA[dot] ALT provides critical space for filmmakers, photographers, musicians, visual artists, designers, writers, academics, activists, and students to exhibit their work in imaginative ways.