Abesha.com is an online magazine that celebrates the creative works of Eritreans and Ethiopians all over the world.
Addis Art was born out of the curiosity and passion of Mesai Haileleul for the art and artists of his beloved country ó Ethiopia.
|Barbara & Worku|
|Blen Art Show|
The core objective of the Blen Art show is to encourage young artists as well as facilitate the public's exposure to the artistic expressions of our youth. A succession of such showcases will also help bridge the gap between young artists in Africa and those in the Diaspora.
|Blue Nile art streams|
Showcase the creative talents and great potentials of especially emerging and growing Ethiopian artists in such fields as literature, poetry, painting, photography and digital productions including graphic designs, multimedia, and others.
|Enlightenment Art Academy|
Enlightenment Art Academy provides 2 years of Art education to its students focusing mainly to educate the basic language of Art which is not well handeled in the Ethiopian education Curicula.
|Ethiopia: Traditions of Creativity|
This site celebrates the expressive cultures of Ethiopia. It is a place where one can learn about the rich and diverse aesthetic traditions of Ethiopia.
This exhibition focuses on the icon, an art form associated with the Ethiopian Orthodox church.
Most Ethiopian manuscripts are religious texts from the Christian faith. All the examples shown here are Christian, but there exist in Ethiopia many additional manuscripts that are Islamic.
|Ethiopian Passages: Dialogues in the Diaspora|
Ethiopian Passages brings together the artworks of 10 contemporary artists working within the diaspora.
Gediyon Kifle specializes in editorial, food, travel, and musician from his Washington, DC studio.
|Habesha Art Studio|
Graduated of Fine Arts and Design School in 2001 (1994 EC), we, 5 young artists, Dawit Abebe, Girmachew Getnet, Mathias Lulu, Workneh Bezu, Yosef Lule,decided to promote ethiopian contemporary art.
Hanatzeb is an Ethiopian Art Gallery whose mission is to introduce the beautiful art that is being crafted by the most talented Ethiopian artists to the art loving community here in the U.S.
|Mentwab Easwaran and Zewedu Gebre Michael|
|Meseret & Mekbib|
Zoma Contemporary Art Center (ZCAC) is an art center located on the edge of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The center provides artist-in-residency program for both international and local artists. ZCAC offers a unique opportunity to work in a natural environment where artists will work alone or with other artists.