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Dance Revolt

Save the date: November 18, 2022

Dance RevoltAfter a 2 year hiatus, Dance Revolt is coming back with a tribute to Toronto’s very first Professional Hip Hop Dance Agency Do Dat Entertainment. This is an event you don’t want to miss!

JBG x Wrappr Collab

We are proud to be teaming up with Wrappr to facilitate a creative workshop for students, providing education on how to create digital artwork for printing on textiles.

JBG Masterclass

This is an opportunity to share knowledge, experiences and stories in a live conversation with Canadian industry professionals. Our first guest is CW Jefferys Alumni Ricky ‘Richochet’- radio personality, DJ and father. 

The Kofi’s Art Experience

90/180 min workshop guided by Kofi step by step, to create an original piece of art. Kofi also engages in conversations about leadership and entrepreneurship through story telling and sharing of ideas. His paintings are rooted in African Culture and express concepts love and African pride. The Kofi Experience is an enriched moment for students to build confidence, develop skills, ask questions and learn as a collective.

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Do Dat Entertainment – Toronto’s First Professional Hip Hop Dance Agency

Do Dat Entertainment pioneered Toronto’s unique style of hip hop dance despite persistent anti-Black racism within Toronto’s arts and culture sector during the 1990’s and early 2000’s.  Do Dat became the nation’s premiere Black owned and operated dance agency creating movement and providing dancers, artist-development for artists of all genres. in March 2023 we are going to celebrate their legacy

The Kofi’s Art Experience

My name is Kofi Frempong [@kofis_art]. I am a Ghanaian born, Toronto raised visual artist, who has a passion for creating safe spaces that are conducive to love, learning, laughter and endless possibilities. I am known for my use of vibrant acrylic colors, which often highlight and pay tribute to the beauty that adorns the people of the African diaspora.

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