ADIAS, is the premiere multimedia production about black cultural contribution to architecture, science and technology. ADIAS stands for the Arc of Discovery, Innovation, Architecture and Science, and celebrates the economic impact, ingenuity and invention of black culture globally. ADIAS brings together in one place everything you wanted to know, buy, and experience about black culture in architecture, science and technology. Browse timelines documenting under-told histories of Black contributions in science and technology, exchange valuable information on our wiki, acquire a piece of Black history in science at our e-mall, and more.

The signature project under the ADIAS program is the 9000 square foot museum-quality exposition featured at the Senegal World Festival of Black Art and Culture in December, 2010, named <i>ADIAS: A Scientific Awakening</i>. You can view a gallery of photos of the exposition. You can also view the exhibit book which describes all of the modules which comprise the exposition. We are currently developing even more modules for the exposition which will be featured in June 2014 at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, PA.

Black Contributions To Science and Technology Timeline

Black Architects Timeline

Black History at MIT Timeline