The Burkinabé researcher Sissao offers an online course on "African art seen through written and oral literature". The course is mainly made of of texts and some exercises. You will furthermore find a bibliography and some links. [editors ilissAfrica]
Buala.org is Buala Cultural Association’s Internet site. This is the first multidisciplinary portal dedicated to the critique, record and reflection on contemporary African cultures expressed in Portuguese language, producing texts and offering French and English translations [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
The Single Story Foundation is a nonprofit organization which provides storytelling opportunities for Africans at home and in diaspora. The Single Story Foundation challenges the Western narratives, seeks for change in the way the African narrative is told, and foster an environment where young Africans can promote their technological, creative, educational and imaginative achievements or developments. It seeks to change the stereotype through visual art, literature, and performing art. At The Single Story Foundation, they believe that storytelling is one of the ways they can fix the damage caused by Western storytelling [according to the site editor's information]....
Bakwa grew out of the need to fill the lacuna of cultural and literary magazines in Cameroon, and champions a new dynamic Africa (at home as well as in the diaspora). As an online and off-line magazine, it covers cultural issues like art, photography, music, literature, fashion, cinema, and has a penchant for long-form creative nonfiction, reportage and literature. ... [according to site editor's information]
The website offers many articles about many different topics. The articles are written by registered contributors. Unfortunately, there is not much information about the authors of the different articles. Furthermore, you will find a picture gallery, music videos and more from the field of arts. [editors ilissAfrica]
Africa in Words is a blog that focuses on cultural production and Africa. They cover books, art, film, history, music, theatre, ideas and people and the ways they interact, through their publication and circulation, with societies, economies and space. [according to site editor's information]
"The Archive aspires to include all the figurative African objects in books, periodicals, catalogues, newspapers, and other publications appearing in 1920 and earlier - the oldest dates to 1591. The Archive does not include postcards or pamphlets of limited distribution, and focuses exclusively on figurative art. It is based mainly on the James J. Ross library augmented by publications from the libraries of Yale University and a few other institutions." ... [according to site editor’s information]
The Africa South Art Initiative (ASAI) is registered as a Public Benefit Organisation, Republic of South Africa. Its main object is: “Promoting and supporting the development of a critical discourse on the visual arts in Africa ”. This includes “Developing accessible resources on modern and contemporary African art [and] Promoting dialogue between artists and associated professionals, particularly in African countries.” Ancillary objectives include “Creating a platform for artists to exhibit and market their work.” Site includes the "South African Artist Index" providing a list of South African artists who have had images of their works published in books and catalogues. It is an easy reference to where images from a particular artist can be found. And it can help identify and analyse trends in South African art, and trends in writing on South African art. The index dates back to the 1920s. The index is supplemented by a bibliography. ... [according to site editor's information]