A cultural art space and social enterprise rooted in African-centric traditions and sensibilities. A space  to explore the arts and be creative. Whether it be Ceramics, Painting, Drawing, Drumming, Creative writing, Basket making, Traditional Textile Dyeing or even some farming, we’d love to see you @ FyahPlace. Come to learn, to browse, to shop or just to soak up this positive creative environment.
Come and have a wander around, you might see something that would look great in your home or feel inspired you to have a go yourself!

What we do


Pottery Textile dyeing Wood carving Mask Making Farming Culture Creativity and Enterprise. Studio Glass studio opening soon. Each workshop is tailored to specific needs of  Participants. Workshops are inclusive and mutually supportive.

Our Impact

By providing a dedicated creative space for all participants to explore traditional art forms and find ways to expand their creativity  beyond personal limitations, FyahPlace allows all to experience  an improved sense of health and well being,  


  • Loose Women of the Rock; a living installation/collective highlighting and supporting the extraodinary power of female energy.
  • The Cotton Tree Project. Museum of remembrance and healing

The Team

Kevin Samuels

CEO Lectro Electrics. Installation, troubleshooting.

Mau Mau G

Founder and CEO  Maroon Indigenous Women's Circle 

Micheal Lumsden

Director Belcour Preserves

Damali Adele Ife

 Owner Synergy Livity Farm, Spoken Word Artist.

Where Next?