My aim is to get youths involved in an organized program in an attempt to bring the energy, excitement and history of our people, their philosophy, moral values and principles. I hope to ignite the creative celebratory nature of the children, parents and the community to experience a higher level of understanding that promote healing, self-respect and creative possibilities in our daily lives. Together we will teach, motivate, educate, inspire and unite everyone as a community through our programs.
"First Annual Halton-Peel Diversity Fashion Show".
Date: Saturday, August 24, 2013
Venue: Gateway Centre for New Canadians, 3450 Wolfedale Rd, Mississauga, Ontario(Canada)
Fashion and Jewellery Designer's registration deadline: Jun 22, 2013
Meeting with all designers followed by reception: Jun 22 from 11:am to 2:00pm
Location: Gateway Centre for New Canadians, 3450 Wolfedale Rd, Mississauga, Ontario(CA)
Models Casting Call:
Date: Monday, July 29 and Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Time: 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Kick-off/ Press Conference followed by reception
Date: August 3, 2013
Time: 11:00am to 2:00pm
Program of Fashion show:
Exhibitions-Red Carpet- VIP- Reception- Entertainment-Dinner.
This event features some exhibitors organized in four main areas:
1- Fashion designers
2- Jewellery designers-
3- Shoe- handbag, hat designers
4- The industrial sectors, actors of promotion and dissemination.
Akwaba Fashion Elegance has been created in 2010 in collaboration with Pathe’O, special designer of President Nelson Mandela of South Africa.
What clubs, groups, orgs are you involved with
1- Akwaba Cultural Exchange
2- Akwaba Fashion Elegance
About Me: Describe what you are doing in the areas of Peace,Environment, Health, Empowerment
Akwaba Cultural Exchange has an established partnership with over five(5) community organizations and community leaders through the Province of Ontario that serves to provide space and other resources when necessary. Akwaba Cultural Exchange also provides youth-at-risk programming that involved school programs, after-school mentoring, holiday events and peer group training. Akwaba Cultural Exchange proposed project is a seamless extension of our of our current community cultural and educational outreach provided for the Province of Ontario through bi-lingual cultural activities, youth and adult educational series, educational series, educational workshops in dance, music, poetry, singing, fashion and model's training.