Thanks to everyone who came out for the Black Fae Day meetup! It was ridiculously hot but Mt. Airy Arboretum was gorgeous as always. 🧚🏾🧚🏾♂️🧚🏾♀️ It continues to be the PERFECT place for this kind of event. This was the biggest group yet—about 22 people showed up and showed out! Extra special thanks to our amazing photographers Salim Williams of NyteVisions Photography, Brittney Johnson of Happy Bubbles Images and John X for capturing the event! (Note: Photos will be posted here as we receive them.)Continue reading “Black Fae Day Meetup 2023!”
Black Fae Day 2023 Meetup is May 13
Our Black Fae Day meeting is May 13! We’re meeting at Mt. Airy Arboretum from 1 to 3 p.m. The theme is ROYALS so get regal and come out and have your picture taken! Click here to RSVP on Facebook. (ALTERNATE LOCATION IN CASE OF RAIN: If it’s raining, we’ll be at Everybody’s Tree House on the other side of the park.)
Black Fae Day 2023 Photographers: Happy Bubbles Images
We have several photographers coming to our 2023 Black Fae Day meetup next month so have your costumes ready! Next up: Happy Bubbles Images.
Brittney of Happy Bubbles Images started her photography career in preparation for a vacation to Iceland. Once she got her first camera, she was hooked and there was no going back. The bulk of her photography is landscape/cityscape documenting her travels with her son. Her goal is to encourage more BIPOC to get outdoors and connect with nature and find their peace within it as she has.
Black Fae Day 2023 Photographers: NyteVisions Photography
We have several photographers coming to our 2023 Black Fae Day meetup next month so have your costumes ready! First up: Nyte of NyteVisions Media.
Nyte has been taking great photographs since 2007. Based in Cincinnati, he’s taken photos in most genres, but specializes in portraiture. He enjoys making fun and creative images, which, combined with his love of pop culture and media, has led to cosplay photography. Over the years, he has taken photos of numerous people at various conventions, and has participated for the last two years in the Black Fae Day events held locally. As 2023’s Black Fae Day event approaches, he hopes that he can help give more visibility to this growing community with the photos he’ll help create.
Black Fae Day 2023 Meetup
Aren’t you winter weary? Well, save the date for our local Black Fae Day meetup! This year’s theme is “ROYALS” and as usual, we’ll be at Mt. Airy Arboretum. We can’t wait to see your costumes!
IRiS’s Alloy Series Discusses Time on Feb. 23
Midwest BSFA member Dr. Cassandra Jones is bringing folks together to talk about various scales of time from 7-9 p.m. on Feb. 23 at the Mercantile Library for the Institute for Research in Sensing (IRiS)’s Alloy series! Participants will discuss geological time, time in astrophysics and non-absolute time, seasonal time and plant-life, cultural perceptions of time (including CPT and Queer Time) as well as perceptions of time in music. Watch it online at http://www.youtube.com/@IRiS__UC/streams
Black Authors at Books By The Banks
Some of our favorites local authors and supporters will be on panels at the Books by the Banks: Cincinnati Regional Book Festival this Saturday afternoon! Check out Roger Collins, Jay Kalagayan, Jeremy Spencer, and Cassandra Wilson on the the festival’s fantasy/science fiction and writing and publishing panels!
#BIPOCWitchDay is Back This Weekend
We recently found out that Noa M. (@mellodies on Instagram) is hosting #BIPOCWitchDay again this weekend! To celebrate, post your witchiest outfits online today and tomorrow, 10/22 & 10/23 and read our interview with the creator from last October!Continue reading “#BIPOCWitchDay is Back This Weekend”
Mask-Themed Photo Shoot with Teddie P, Co.
Teddie P, Co., one of our local #BlackFaeDay friends, is participating in this shoot on Saturday, 10/22, at the Oakley Grafitti Alley! Time to get some spooky shots done!
Black Art at BLINK 2022
BLINK started tonight and here’s some of the Black art we saw during the event!
MAX SANSING, STILL SHINES THROUGH
“In speaking with locals about the area, I put together a vision that would feature the youth of the community looking towards the future of it throughout the growth and change along with pixel mapping from Chaske Haverkos for a multisensorial experience. The figures are in meditation with their thoughts while looking up to the sky symbolizing the future and limitless possibilities.”
1818 Race Street, in the Market Square alleywayContinue reading “Black Art at BLINK 2022”