AFA 2015 Report Interactive E-Book
Annually during Labor Day Weekend, the Festival grounds in Chicago’s Washington Park come alive in a simulated African village. Attendees are transported across the Diaspora with interactive engagements, vibrant drumming, museum quality and collectible artifacts, colorful and rich handwoven fabric and textile, and other program spaces and Interactive spaces include: Drum & Afro-folk Village, Children and Family, African Heritage, African Spirituality, Wellness (Health) Village, Books and Authors, Fine Art, Film and Video, Food Court, Seniors and Quilting, Black Dolls (making and collecting) and the African Marketplace.  
 
Each year the African Festival of the Arts produces a wrapup report. For 2015, an additional interactive ebook was created. 
 
Cover Page on iPad - Portrait mode
Screenshot - landscape mode
Screen on iPad - landscape mode
Screenshot - landscape mode
Interactive elements include video clips. Each clip has its own controls and can display full screen.
Video Clips from performance pages
Jeffrey Osborne performs on the Dee Parmer Woodtor Main Stage.
Drummers perform in the Drum Village
Screenshot - landscape mode
Interactive elements include live hyperlinks to sponsor websites.
Back Page - portrait mode
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