Black Artist Database (B.A.D.) launches a new platform, Black Creative Database, to include the extended circle of the black creative community in pursuit of wage equity, transparency and stable employment.
The purpose of Black Creative Database is to surface the richness of creative talent from the global Black diaspora, in pursuit of wage equity, transparency and stable employment for our extended creative communities. – Black Creative Database
Black Artist Database was founded in June 2020, originally known as Black Bandcamp, and a response to the wave of media pledges to include black creators in the aftermath of the George Floyd murder. Since then, the database has grown to provide cultural and material support to the black community, centered around access to the members who can tell their stories.
Now, B.A.D. is broadening its horizons once again to include black creatives working in visual, digital, design, media and curation. In a press release, the platform announced the database “features a growing number of profiles of Black creatives from across five continents, spanning professions like Video Editing, Culture criticism, Multidisciplinary design, Radio production and Content creation.”
You can find the Black Creative Database.
Submit your profile to the Black Creative Database.