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Kuvebo! will be available for outside, socially-distanced events as the weather warms up, and we are in discussions with presenters abut several possibilities, so...stay tuned!


Kuvebo! members Hamidou Koivogui and Gregory Acker also worked as artists in residence with the following schools:

  • Heartland Elementary
  • Indian Trail Elementary
  • McFerran Preparatory Academy
  • Westport Middle School
  • Home of the Innocents
  • The Brook
  • Louisville and New Albany Montessori 
  • Kentucky Country Day
  • Pleasant Grove Elementary
  • Binet School
  • Maryville Elementary
  • Highland Presbyterian Weekday School
  • Ascension School

Kuvebo! enjoyed a full season of events in 2019, including performances and workshops for:

  • Kentucky Refugee Ministries
  • Ghana Association of Louisville
  • Office of Globalization Immigration and

         Inclusion Conference

  • Louisville's WORLDFEST
  • Opening Night at Churchill Downs
  • Indiana University Southeast
  • ​21C Hotel and Art Gallery
  • United Methodist Church
  • March of Dimes Walk
  • Smoketown Wellness
  • Bullitt Co., Shelby Co., Somerset, and Bowling Green Public Libraries
  • Evansville Suzuki
  • J-Town Military Family Celebration
  • Greentree Mall
  • Fort Knox Children's Summer Programs
  • Kentucky Coalition for Arts Education Summit
  • Atria Senior Living
  • Bernheim Forest CONNECT and Colorfest
  • Bridge Kids African Heritage Camp and Festival
  • ​New Albany Harvest Homecoming
  • Floyd's Fork Community Celebration
  • JCTC International Education Week
  • Memory Cafe

2020  EVENTS

October 9--Grassroots Radio Conference (Virtual), 8:30 PM. Kuvebo! joins local Louisville performers Dane Waters, Rmllw2llz, and Buddy Crime, at this annual gathering of grassroots radio stations. Featured speakers from all over the country, including Chuck D (Public Enemy)--"and you can't stop radio." 

Saturday, September 26--Bowling Green International Festival (Virtual) at 12 noon (11 Central Time)--join Kuvebo! on line for the festival, which runs all day with live performances and festival-specific video, plus archival treasures of past festivals, virtual booths, and more. For video footage, visit:

Sunday, September 4, Louisville's WORLDFEST--CANCELLED

​​February 8, WXOX 97.1 FM/ Voix de Ville 

February 4, Marriott Hotel Vizient Conference Kick-Off

​January 29, Louisville Collegiate School International Night

January 16, Spalding University Elmer Lucille Allen        African American Undergraduate Conference

January 16, Spalding University Elmer Lucille Allen African American Undergraduate Conference