Kuchinate is an arts-based economic and psychosocial collective for African asylum-seeking women.

Members earn a fair wage by designing and creating crafts rooted in African culture, and hosting events, crochet workshops and traditional coffee ceremonies. The women heal from trauma through art, community and therapy.

Kuchinate has exhibited at major museums and galleries, building bridges with communities in Israel and abroad.

Since its founding in 2011, Kuchinate has transformed the lives of hundreds of women.

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OUR STORY

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OUR TEAM

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OUR STORE

אשוק אקוק _Hanging by a Thread צלמת מיה

ART COLLABORATIONS

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