Rhythm and Resilience - Week 3: Visual Art and Identity (Online)

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Zoom (online)

Rhythm and Resilience is a 4-week program by Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre (ORCC) using hip-hop to heal and empower! This program is for Indigenous, Black, and racialized youth (ages 16-25) residing in Ottawa.

WEEK 3: Visual Art and Identity (Online) Date: Wednesday, June 26, 2024 Time: 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm Platform: Zoom (link will be shared before the event) Use visual art to explore and express your identity and experiences. Dive into the world of graffiti and its role in hip-hop culture through guided art activities.

Facilitated by local hip-hop artist, King Kimbit, on the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe Peoples, this program features two in-person and two online sessions.

Connect with peers, express yourself creatively, and celebrate your resilience. Sign up now to be part of a supportive community journeying towards healing.

Learn more about ORCC and the work they do at www.orcc.net.

Free to attend; registration required.

Rhythm and Resilience is a 4-week program by Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre (ORCC) using hip-hop to heal and empower! This program is for Indigenous, Black, and racialized youth (ages 16-25) residing in Ottawa.

WEEK 4: Integration and Celebration: The (u) Rap-Up Event! -In-Person Date: Saturday, June 29, 2024 Time: 2:00 - 3:30 pm Location: The Origin Art & Community Centre, 57 Lyndale Ave, Ottawa, ON KIY 2M6 Celebrate your journey of resilience and self-expression! Join us for a final gathering with music, dance, art, and reflection, recognizing the meaningful progress toward healing.

Facilitated by local hip-hop artist, King Kimbit, on the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe Peoples, this program features two in-person and two online sessions.

Connect with peers, express yourself creatively, and celebrate your resilience. Sign up now to be part of a supportive community journeying towards healing.

Learn more about ORCC and the work they do at www.orcc.net.

Free to attend; registration required.

Rappers gather in Ottawa's Byward Market for Session 01 of Ottawa's first outdoor rap cypher, Cap City Cyphers, presented by King Kimbit, 4theworld and SHIFTER.