My work is being exhibited at LCC as part of Black History Month Exhibition. Not all my photography were chosen, neither are there any captions added so I thought I’d make a video which gives a bit more depth to my experience in Haiti… “Through My Lens” Continue reading “Kai’s Black History Festival Exhibition presentation: Through My Lens”
Making #Art4Change fashionable!
I’m in NYC for the weekend and what better way to promote #Art4Change in the Big Apple than with a self-made t-shirt?! Continue reading “Wear your brand: #Art4Change Fashion”
The brand new SUARTS (Students’ Union University of the Arts London) Sabbatical officers show their support for #Art4ChangeHaiti. Continue reading “Support from SUARTS Sabs for #Art4ChangeHaiti”
It’s been an amazing week for me getting the word out about #Art4ChangeHaiti in London! From The Africa Live Festive in Burgess Park to SUARTS Sabbatical officers supporting in Central London, to Harrow for “Britain’s Contribution To The Development Of Reggae” event yesterday organised by BBM/BMC and chaired by Harrow Mencap CEO Deven Pillay. Continue reading “Support of the Week: Harrow Mencap, BTWSC and BBM/BMC”
Thank you organisers of #TheAfricaLiveFestival in Burgess Park, London for such an amazing day full of culture, talent, music and community love on Saturday 15th Aug. I took the opportunity to hand out #Art4ChangeHaiti flyers and spread awareness about my project!… Continue reading “The Africa Live Festival #Art4ChangeHaiti video”
Project Embrace, which challenges the narrow perception of beautiful hair, was set up by Lekia Lée. The aim is to inspire girls and young women to love, embrace and celebrate everything about themselves including their own hair and reject the narrow ideals of beautiful hair. Continue reading “I AM ENOUGH: Project Embrace at The Africa Live Festival in Burgess Park”
stars prankSTARS Caspar Lee and Callux were spotted in Hyde Park last week when my friends were out and about handing out flyers for my crowdfund #Art4ChangeHaiti. It didn’t look like the boys with over 2 million followers between them, were up to any of their usual jokes when they spared a moment to make a painting of my friends Leonie, Nikki and Dani… And even get a picture with my #Art4ChangeHaiti flyer. Isn’t that sweet?! But wait, there must be a catch – was it a prank?! Continue reading “YouTube stars Caspar Lee and Callux make art in Hyde Park #Art4ChangeHaiti”