“Street art like the Talking Walls can be used to spread such core messages. It is important to appreciate street art as society, and as a platform for discussion and integration in the public space.” Kerush, coordinator Talking Walls
The Koch Fest is a one week festival celebrating democracy, art and public space. The intention is to highlight the connection between art, youth and the city. It is also a way to give a voice to the young and creative youth and children of Korogocho and its environs while nurturing their talent and capacity…Read More
Korogocho Streetscapes is taking part and spreading the ideas of the project during a gathering of urban planners, architects and youth leaders working for children’s right to the city. The Palyful City is an initiative by Marit Widman, researcher in natural resources and environment, and Amanda Larsson, social entrepreneur and project leader for The Playful…Read More
Operated by Hope Raisers Youth Initiative every Saturday in Korogocho. Contact Hope Raisers for more info.Read More
Korogocho Streetscapes is published in the Swedish Urban planning magazine: STAD!
You can read the full article here (Swedish)