HIP-HOPORTUNITY: HIP HOP AND ARTEDUCATION (3h)
Hip Hop disciplines are more and more used for peer education and informal education in youth centers and schools around the globe, let’s discover some case studies through the different Hip Hop disciplines (rap, break dance, graffiti) aiming to a volume 2 of the publication “Keep it Real – cypher community” curated by Pasquale Grosso.
HOST: Pasquale Grosso (Associazione DaSud) e Giulia Chimp Giorgi
GUESTS : Salimè Imani (street dancer) – Saiko (bgirl educator) – Sharkemcee (rapper educator ) – Marta Simone (street dancer) – Assunta Viteritti (Professor of Sociology of communicative and cultural processes at La Sapienza) – Jacopo Ferri (bboy and antropologist) – Shea 99 (bboy educator) – Renato Rigs (bboy educator) – Diamante (rapper) – Don Goco (rapper and psicoterapista) – Stritti (hip hop artist and educator) – Hassani Le Couvreur (Hip Hop Huis Rotterdam) – Kento (rapper and educator) – Raquel Delgado ((Educator and cultural producer )
HIP HOP & STREET FASHION (1,30h)
“Street fashion” is a term that describes a kind of fashion that is inspired by trends deriving from the common clothing of underground cultures of large urban centers. For 50 years, Hip Hop has exported a great number of unique styles all over the world through music videos, movies or dance battles. Together with Estelle Ebenga Hénot, founder of the brand eeH and lecturer at EIDM Fashion Business School in Paris, we will retrace the different historical phases to arrive up to today, which we see parading on the most prestigious catwalks in the world from independent brands to big brands.
HOST: Estelle Ebenga Hénot & Kwanza Musi Dos Santos
GUESTS: Renzi Cognini (Fila Italia) – Luara Séraphine Lakam (Petite Ganache Stylist, Netherlands)
EXPERIMENTAL: HIP HOP VISIONS AND VISIONAIRES (1,30h)
Every culture has its evolution and that happens thanks to experimentation and hybridization of arts, let’s explore the new hip hop frontiers through video, dance and music with Drosha founder of the Open your mind competition.
HOST: Giulia Chimp & Kwanza Musi Dos Santos
GUESTS : Drosha (Experimental Street Dancer) – Daniela Cono (bgirl e videomaker) – Philip Rashid (Filmaker Netherlands-UAE) Giallo (experimental dancer/actor)
CANDIDANCY OF HIP HOP IN THE UNESCO’S LIST OF INTANGIBLE HERITAGE (1,30h)
Hip Hop Protection Association believes that Hip Hop culture by its very nature complies with the requirements of UNESCO for intangible heritages. What are these requirements? And why is it important to promote this cause?
HOST: Kwanza Musi Dos Santos
GUESTS: Veronica Benza Benanti (Hip hop Protection founder) – Maurizio Quagliuolo (Musicology professror at La Sapienza Salas)
THE ROLE OF HIP HOP IN THE POLITICAL STRUGGLE: FOCUS AUSTRALIA (1,30h)
Since its inception, Hip Hop all over the world has always been a tool to give voice to the different facets of the society. Thanks to the Australian scholar HH Grant Saunders we will have the opportunity to focus on the Australian Aboriginal Communities .
HOST: Kwanza Musi Dos Santos
GUESTS: Grent Saunders
HIP HOP MOVIE HISTORY VOL III: UNEXPLICIT HIP HOP MOVIES (1,30h)
What does it mean “Hip Hop movie”? This is the 3rd chapter of this community interrogation, focused on the movies that influenced hip hop culture without having an explicit hip hop story from The Warriors, to la Haine, till Athena.
HOST: kwanza Musi Dos Santos
GUESTS: Giulia Chimp (festival director) – Profeta Matto (rapper) – Pietro Tamaro (director Baburka Production) – Philip Jamal Rachid (Filmaker Netherlands – UAE) – Leonardo de Franceschi (Associate professor of cinema at the DAMS of Roma Tre University,) – Giuseppe Nexus Gatti (bboy and cinema scholar)