Expect the unexpected when it comes to Levyi and BSAM Canada, you give us a stage and we will make the most of the opportunity that we possibly can. Not only do we live in the moment, we live for the moments.
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Queen has been shortlisted for Toronto Arts Foundation’s (TAF) Neighbourhood Art Network’s Community Award. This award celebrates folx who have worked to broaden access to the arts by working with and contributing to diverse communities in Toronto.
Recanting the experience of installing Olamina in Aitken Place Park on the Toronto Waterfront. Then celebrating her with a launch event the following day.
In the last blog post we talked about Parable of the Sower, and learned about the beginnings of the Earthseed belief system formed by Lauren Oya Olamina.
Dystopian novels have always held a special place in society. They allow us to critically analyze how we interact with our environment, technology and ourselves.
On December 10th, BSAM Canada held their virtual launch event for their public art residency with the Waterfront Toronto & Waterfront BIA. It featured a panel discussion, performances, and a feedback session.
BSAM Canada’s Queen Kukoyi and Nico Taylor are asking the public to ‘reimagine’ how we heal amid a global pandemic.