The AfroFuturist Affair is a community formed to celebrate, strengthen, and promote Afrofuturistic and Black Scifi culture through creative events and creative writing.
The Afrofuturist Affair has a correlative mission of using the proceeds from our events to fund a $500 community grant. The grant, known as The Futurist Fund will be dedicated to serving the needs of members of an under-served community annually.

The AfroFuturist Affair tumblr provides friends, supporters, historians, and aliens with archives on the first event, updates on Afro-future events, present goings-ons, and to exchange language, images, memories, notes, and energies with other Futurists across cyberspace/time. We practice and revere Ancient Wisdom, Mythology, Liberation, History, Future, Metaphysics, Sacred Math, Prophecy, Science, Trippy, Music, Gods, Art. Anything that one could use as a tool to survive yesterday, today, and tomorrow.


Spotlight On: Artist & Activist Rell Stylez of S.W.A.G.

Rell Stylez is an activist, educator, artist, and entrepreneur. He is the founder of the Model School Collective, a community based educational organization dedicated to developing quality educational programs for the community. Through the Model School Collective, Stylez launched the David P Richardson Empowerment Academy, a community operated Saturday school that focuses on developing youth into leaders in their neighborhoods. Stylez is also a founding member of the Hip Hop Party for the People.

A talented artist as well, Stylez is CEO of Sharp With Art Group, known as S.W.A.G., which is a group of artists dedicated to using their art to educate and inspire their community.

Stylez also adds co-owner of Greedy Carnival Clothing, a hip urban fashion line, to his resume.

A devotee to the people and the struggle, Stylez credits the Creator and the ancestors for all of his progress as a servant for justice, peace, and equality.

Follow him on Twitter @StylezWitSmilez


*Rell Stylez, a modern-day Renaissance Man, has his hands in activism, art, hip hop, education, and entrepreneurship. For the The AfroFuturist Affair, however, he will be exclusively using his paintbrush to draw energy from the crowd, creating live, on-scene Master pieces.