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7 pm
Culture Cloths

Caribbean and Central American Clothing

June 2024

June 11, 2024

Lead Artist: Nickeshia Garrick

For this edition of Culture Cloths, we explore the theme of ‘connectedness’ under the guidance of our lead artist Nickeshia Garrick. Through an exploration of Caribbean and Central American customs, clothing, rhythm and dance, we take a closer look at  the cultural ties that connect us all. Join us this June for an evening of  discovery, discussion and, most importantly, connection. The evening is facilitated by Sabrine S Hakam, in conversation with guest artist Nickeshia Garrick, and with sorel drink and treats by Muna Elbadri.

Heads-up: We will be on a break in July and August. Jamii's indoor activities & workshop series will commence in September 2024.

Photos by Isorine Marc

Sabrine S. Hakam

Sabrine S. Hakam is a Toronto-based artist and thinker whose style of symbolism-infused portraits foster discussions on identity, representation, and power. Sabrine holds a PhD in Geography (Arts) from King’s College London, as well as an MSc in Urbanisation and Development from the London School of Economics, an MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Oxford, and a BSc from New York University. Her work situates itself at the nexus of academia and art in order to humanize the subjects of academic work.

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