Breaking androgynous is a storytelling collection that mixes Art Forms to explore attitudes around gender & involving young people in a co-productive approach in order to encourage social inclusion and community cohesion with an emphasis on the history, bio-stories, patterns, images and games from the culture of Uganda in the early times of chiefdoms and kingdoms.
Buyi Philip a well-known dancer and filmmaker started Kkoolo in 2012.
Kkoolo operates at the intersection of the art projects and economic development. Kkoolo is dedicated to the development of the local job market and youth empowerment through skill development, employment opportunities to the youth using fashion, design and craft.
With her activities, Kkoolo addresses issues in regards to innovation, creativity and inclusiveness. Kkoolo Organizers believe that with Art and unemployment can be addressed through gender, innovation and creativity.
FASHION ART TORONTO
COMING SPRING / SUMMER 2021
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Ontario Science Center