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I’m working with individuals, creative practitioners, nonprofits, social enterprises and more to harness and highlight the power of their creativity as a tool for personal, professional and social development.
WHAT I DO
Through my recently launched AMPLIFY Program (2023), I'm offering professional creative strategy development training to Nonprofits and Social Enterprises in the areas of PR, marketing, project, events and campaign management to help them develop novel approaches to sustaining their programs and retain/engage donors and partners.
Through my The I AM Experiment practice, I'm Helping Creatives, Social Entrepreneurs and Nonprofits to launch and implement sustainable and creative businesses & social change initiatives.
Primarily rooted in East-Trinidad, my community work has included the establishment of East Yard - Arima's foremost arts space, large scale community mural projects and launching the Arima Arts Festival (2023). I get the opportunity to implement arts education programs for youth through For Common Good Platform, my nonprofit organisation.
I'm often engaged by local and regional nonprofit organisations to develop and execute creative strategies, events and campaigns that support organisational and programmatic goals for awareness, behavior change and advocacy, while reaching their priority populations.
I sometimes work with public sector organisations, private institutions or host independent exhibitions at home and abroad that aim to present a fresh, critically relevant display of contemporary Trinidad and Tobago art that creates inspiring encounters with those interested in or less familiar with our culture.
I took a few poems from my book, recorded them and worked with a few talented musicians and producers from Algeria, Nigeria, Trinidad and the United States to create this album - the first of a three part series of offerings. "THINGS I LEARNED, Vol 1: Motivational Melodies" is a fusion of spoken word pieces set to ambient music, with some percussion instruments tossed in for extra flavour.
Visual Art: The work I create takes the stance that the personal is the global and places the individual at the center of the story - exploring themes of self discovery, identity, family, mental health, spirituality and more.
Design: Formerly Green Violet, the now eponymous Kevon Foderingham line is a contemporary and socially conscious clothing and jewelry brand based in Arima, Trinidad and Tobago 🇹🇹.
THINGS I LEARNED IN MY THIRTIES: Motivational Musings for Creative Millennials, could very well be described as an exploration of my life’s work to-date. It is my honour to share these lessons, poems, mantras and visual art pieces with you, in the hope that you find something within it that you can use on your own personal and professional creative journeys.
Who AM I?
I AM a fun-loving, fearless and determined art for social change advocate on a mission to harness and highlight and harness the power of creativity as an act of love and a powerful tool for personal, professional and social development.
Art for Social Change Advocate, Creative Consultant, Artist & Author
Photo taken by Stefan Foderingham-Garraway
The I AM Experiment (Podcast)
Let's harness the limitless potential of your creativity to transform your life. Welcome to "The I AM Experiment" where we find the formula for unlocking the power of creativity as an act of love, a personal and professional development tool and a driver for social change. Let's embark on this transformative journey together!
Photo taken by Josiah Dabreo
As a creative consultant, through East Yard Enterprises, I deliver sustainable and affordable integrated solutions that support other non-profits,
Arima Arts Festival wants to create social change
TTT Art Exhibit Series On NOW - Kevon Foderingham
Art Society of Trinidad and TSTT’s latest exhibition focuses on form, texture, space
14 Trinidadian artists to exhibit in Washington D.C.
Supporting Creative Entrepreneurs Through Personal Branding
Kevon Foderingham to show art, book, film
Using art, writing, fashion, film to support other creatives
TTT See Yourself - Kevon Foderingham, Using Art For Social Change At East Yard
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