Arts & Humanities

QSV is dedicated to promoting the Arts and Humanities in society. Our Return To Glory: A Travel Guide For African Americans Returning to Roots is one step in our writing endeavors.  QSV intends to collaborate with our partners and other organizations to produce educational materials for QSV children for the benefit of humanity. Partnerships is all about resources and QSV believes that with unity we can do much to benefit others.

Mindworks Publishing and Sisters In Spirit are two of our partners for providing educational and health resources, as is AAII, African American Islamic Institute, for benefiting humanity.

RBS Crew a partner with QSV for the Arts. They focus on many different types of socially and racially unifying pieces of artistic expression.

By the will of God, QSV will participate in an Art Exhibition in late Fall of 2017. The Exhibition will feature women and children in villages throughout Africa. Queen Sheba Village Arts and Humanities Education is partnering with RBS Crew for The Pan African Arts and Culture Exhibition. The aim is to create and promote African and African-Caribbean culture and arts for the benefit of humanity, African communities, and to liberate the African people from social-cultural conditions which impede their development. We seek to advance and maintain the sense and will for progress, social welfare and well being of multi-diverse citizens in the Motherland.

The exhibition is part of a worldwide intellectual movement that aims to educate, encourage and strengthen bonds of solidarity between all people of African descent. This right action is vital to us economically, socially, and culturally and seeks to unify people of African decent. Our history is intertwined in a common blessed destiny.

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A glismpe of 2017 The Pan African Arts and Culture Exhibition.


Namibia Himba Woman

The life and culture of the Himba tribe is fascinating and rich. Artist Mahaz A Niasse brings out the best of these amazing people with the stroke of a paint brush highlighting everyday living and rituals untouched in the 21st century. Bravo!