Celebrating Hip Hop Culture in Capcity

This past weekend marked the 13th annual House of Paint festival. http://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/house-of-paint-gives-ottawa-a-dose-of-hip-hop-culture

Spotted both Allan and Kal at the  festival. It’s been a busy summer for these guys.

Cherokee artist Jason Gullo Mullins painting a canoe. Jason was also  a speaker on the Decolonizing Art panel

Spoken word poet and art activist nth digri moderated a panel on Decolonizing Art. nth digri had just returned from a trip to Ghana to where he and members of the Northern Griots Network attended and performed in the Nkabom and Chale Wote festivals. The t-shirt he’s sporting is from Ananses3m. from https://www.facebook.com/Ananses3m-Wear-979917658768952/



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