The Carnegie Hall Afrofuturism Festival

The Carnegie Hall Afrofuturism Festival

Greetings Dieselfunkateers!  At long last the time has arrived.  We are now fully in the Event Horizon.

The Carnegie Hall Afrofuturism Festival

A Celebration of all things Afrofuturist runs from February 1st – March 31st 2022.  A MAJOR announcement was made today by the highly respected, Carnegie Hall

We are happy to report that Dieselfunk Studios is well represented.  Our events range from our foundation event, the return of the career retrospective exhibit;

BLACK METROPOLIS: 30 Years of Afrofuturism, Comics, Music, Animation, Decapitated Chickens, Heroes, Villains, and Negroes 

Running at the historic Children’s Arts Carnival, this exhibit taking place at this historic festival sets the record straight on an important component of Visual Afrofuturist history; The Art of Tim Fielder.  So much work has gone into making this historic Festival one for the history books.  No powder will be left dry, no stone left unturned.  More Info to Come!

Go to www.blackmetropolis.net  IT IS ON!

SCHOMCOM 2022 Afrofuturism: The Past, Present, and Beyond

SCHOMCOM 2022 Afrofuturism: The Past, Present, and Beyond

Greetings Dieselfunkateers!  Afrofuturism: The Past, Present, and Beyond

SCHOMBURG BLACK COMIC BOOK FESTIVAL Friday, January 14 12:00 PM EST

Afrofuturism: The Past, Present, and Beyond

“Afrofuturism: The Past, Present, and Beyond” examines the extraordinary history of Afrofuturism in the arts, scholarship, and activism. The discussion features Ytasha Womack, John Jennings, and Reynaldo Anderson, and will be moderated by Dr. Julian Chambliss.Guests: John Jennings, Tim Fielder, Ytasha Womack, Reynaldo Anderson, Julian Chambliss Moderator: Julian Chambliss

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MICROSOFT Black History Is Now: TIM FIELDER

MICROSOFT Black History Is Now: TIM FIELDER

Greetings Dieselfunkateers! The wave rises once again.  One big thing for me at this time in my life is all about Legacy.  MICROSOFT has just released the individualized ad featuring me.  Surreal.  I’ve been doing my specific branch of Afrofuturism for a long time.  So refreshing, validating, and joyful to be individually represented in my workspace.  So wonderful to know that while talking about INFINITUM, Matty’s Rocket and my aspirations for my legacy within such a large forum.  Thanks to the GREAT Maryam Myika Day for her creative generosity and firm BLK-Ops for their wonderful production.

MICROSOFT Black History Is NOW: SUBJECT Tim Fielder 

Tim Fielder on LITHUB The Power of Afrofuturism in the 21st Century

Tim Fielder on LITHUB The Power of Afrofuturism in the 21st Century

TIM FIELDER ON LITHUB!

On the Power of Afrofuturism in the 21st Century

I was graciously asked by Literary Hub to offer my opinion on where things are, and where they are going within the spectrum of Afrofuturism. There is always more to ponder and think about and it is purely my view.  I welcome other views as well.  So happy to be a part of it all. ENJOY!

On the Power of Afrofuturism in the 21st Century