TRENDYPR’s dedication to promote cultural relations through creative arts from African/Black origin has been recognised and rewarded by the Aberdeen City Council. We are delighted to announce that the Council has approved funding to part-sponsor the screening of African/Black films in the city.

Aberdeen has a vision of becoming a ‘vibrant, creative and ambitious city’ – With the growing trends and opportunities available in African/Black films, music, theatre, dance, food, carnival, festival, fashion, workshops, conferences and other events; TRENDYPR can support the local (and national) initiatives to make Aberdeen a choice city to visit, live, work and invest.

Click this link to view our ambitious plan for 2013/2014. Thank you for all your supports and confidence!

 

 

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