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C. Hub magazine issue 8 : Family issue out now!

23 Sep
C. Hub magazine issue 8

By C-Hub Magazine in C.Hub magazine

80 pages, published 9/23/2014

C. Hub magazine issue 8 brings you the family as it should be. Intimacy, love and giving. With a rare intimate chat with Nollywood most powerful couple, best of designers and designs at Africa Fashion week London 2014, top 10 most beautiful African families, beauty must haves, and wardrobe inspiration from AFWL, your festivity Afro care and of course a getaway to Canada and lots of treats to win sponsored by Fashion Fair UK. you can’t miss this…

Subscribe to print edition for £20 only a year

C.Hub issue 3 The review.

12 Jun

C.hub magazine as the first and only Afro caribbean creative magazine continues to create epic issues after issues. On this 3rd issue “Africa through the screen” we have tried to compare all that has been said of Africa in the media and charity campaigns with what’s on ground. we spoke to actors and best of African movie industry – T.Chidi Chikere, Obi Emelonye and the rest. Radi Aid also tells of how they are challenging the poverty porn on the African child.

We went also to this years Grand designs bringing you the latest designs with African tint on them, we were at Top model of colour and we had a whatsapp chat with the winner, our fashion has never been so banged on before, with our amazing fashion editor Gayle Thompson doing her thing snooping around for the very latest on trend for you this summer, as always jokes jokes jokes from our Nonso. And you can’t miss our SDO’s review of the latest Automobile tech innovations, or our Lissa’s take on socialmedia “Are you #tagged”? . There is alot you must see this time. Our Frankie took a world tour and she came up with her very best 5 city hide away.

And for the best reader you are, we are giving one lucky winner a chance to spend a luxury night with the partner in a London 5 star hotel. The details of how to enter is also inside. Discover also how our finance editor is helping you to make your money work for you. Oh and what about 82 year old Mary Yeates who still walks the walk at the London Moonwalk. What is her secret? All for sure inside C.Hub issue 3.

You don’t wanna miss any bit of it. So here you can now preview and see for yourself.

C.Hub, MBW and UCL bring you another free biz networking conference.

23 May

MBW event flyer.updated.This time for the first time, MBW the PR and creative agency for turning any business to a brand brings you in association with your C.Hub magazine and University College London invite you all to come for a free media and business networking conference. This conference has been designed to be fun, refreshing, educating, informative , engaging and interactive. In other to capture every participant’s need.

Great speakers with track records of success within the media and entertainment and business have been lined up for this event.

Event schedule and highlights –

MBW in collaboration with C.Hub magazine bring you one of a kind media and business networking conference. This conference is aimed at enlightening entrepreneurs on the value adding power of the media in building your business into a brand. You may have put in much effort and it has not yielded, with this conference you will learn how to approach the media, how to choose the type of media to align your business too. Understand how and when to approach media to get the best for your business.

This event is free and open to all however pre registration is required to control number as there are limited spaces available.

Registration starts at 11.30 prompt to allow time to cover all aspects of the lecture.

                                                Event Highlights.

                                                 The Lecture.

Keynote lecture -Morton Patterson:  CEO- Morton Patterson consulting.

-Beverly Andrews  – Films director, Artist and Producer.

Speakers:            Emeka Anyanwu – Founder and Publisher C.Hub magazine.

Tola Onigbanjo  — CEO Women4Africa .

Guests:               Obi Emelonye     — Nollywood hit maker, director and Producer.

 Q and A: A time to share opinions and ask questions.

                          Networking Break  and Refreshment.

                      Surprise surprise – remains a surprise to be discovered 

                                                   MBW bingo 

This event has been designed to be fun relaxed and educating. Come and discover the magic of projecting your value using the media.

*Note to attend this event, you must register first or you may be asked to page £10.00 before entry can be granted*.

For enquiries and sponsorship or exhibition contact: myblackwoman@fauntee.com

To register go here.

Reviewing the Beffta awards night 2012.

30 Oct

Saturday 27th October saw the 4th annual prestigious BEFFTA awards event at the Hippodrome London. Filled with industry personalities and experts, making it to me the biggest Black event of the year. If you missed it, well you have yourself to blame given the utmost publicity given to it.

Well back to it, the venue was packed with 3000 enthusiastic audience from far and wide, of any colour and race. The red carpet was dazzling and glittering with stars and  beautiful Queens and well groomed Kings of Black entertainment and lifestyle . Among the stars are the global singing sensation Lemar, our very own Fabrice Muamba, and Sir Trevor Mc Donald who recieved a life time recognition award with a standing ovation from the 3000 loyal fans. Proving trully that he is a legend of Broadcast. We love you Sir Respect to whom it is due. (Look out for C. Hub next issue out December for details on the life of Sir Trevor Mc Donalds as the first Black British Broadcaster)

Any way C. Hub was there live and we got chatty with the founder Pauline Long and this is what she had to say,

“I’m extremely happy to see BEFFTA fulfilling it’s purpose and the purpose being honouring and celebrating a truly talented and hard-working community. People came together to network and appreciate each other’s accomplishments. I’m so grateful for everyone that attended, at BEFFTA awards everyone is special. We honoured a legend, Sir Trevor McDonald with a standing ovation. We honoured unsung talent and as always we will continue to appreciate everyone that contributes to entertainment, film, fashion, television and arts awards. We look forward to yet another special BEFFTA 2013 which will be our grand 5th year anniversary”

Pictures and more highlights of the event will be on the next issue of C. Hub magazine. Watch out!!!.

The Artist of our Time: Nnenna Okore.

14 Sep

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Her face might not be recognisable to many but her works have made an impart in the world of art and design. The talented Nigerian artist have not left any stone unturned in making sure her work stands more than meet the eye.

Nnenna Okore is an Associate Professor and former chair of the Art Department at North Park University, Chicago, where she teaches Sculpture. She earned her B.A degree in Painting from the University of Nigeria (First Class Honors) in 1999, and an M.A and M.F.A. in Sculpture from the University of Iowa in 2004 and 2005. She has received several national and international awards and been shown in numerous prestigious galleries and museums within and outside the United States. As a recipient of the 2012/13 Fulbright Scholar Award, she will be spending a year in Nigeria teaching and creating new artworks.

Egwuukwu by Nnenna Okore.

She is a renowned name for her unique way of turning our everyday waste into something that can only be described as epitome of creativity. Having been raised in Nsukka, a city in eastern Nigerian, Nnenna has used her experiences and understanding of her culture to tell stories that only words could not have told.  Her works are highlights of her perception of texture, undulating contours and movements that exist within our ephemeral world; and she aims to  evoke some reflection about how we can better preserve and care for our earthbound surroundings.

Twisted Ambience by Nnenna Okore

Tune in for more  works from Nnenna,as she  speaks to C. Hub magazine exclusively of  her life as an artist coming up in the next issue of  C. Hub magazine out December 1st.

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