Revolutionizing Arts Education
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JBG Masterclass Podcast Guest Speaker
Our Master Class Podcast is a show designed to celebrate those who have contributed to Toronto’s unique Hip Hop and Reggae cultures. This is an opportunity to share knowledge, experiences and stories in a 45min podcast hosted by Kayode Brown and Francesca D’Amico-Cuthbert our goal is to inspire listeners through sharing stories and lessons learned along the way. This project will archive Canadian Hip Hop, and Reggae history with the voices of those who contributed to the culture during the 80’s, 90’s and into the 2000’s.
We are excited to have you participate in this project, your story is a real life testament and a crucial source of empowerment for the future leaders of tomorrow. As we humbly appreciate your time, knowledge and expertise in your field of art, we are respectively asking all of our speakers to donate their time towards this initiative.
Celebrating Toronto's Hip Hop & Reggae Culture through education.
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
Part of Revolutionizing Arts Education requires telling our stories. If you are a practitioner within the culture and would like to tell your story please fill out the form below.