The Dancer Symbol

Our symbol is inspired by the shared love of music and dance amongst those with Kabuki Syndrome.  We felt this design embodied the meaning of Kabuki, which translates into "the art of dance and skill."  In modern Japanese, the word is written with three characters:  ka, signifying "song"; bu, "dance"' and ki, "skill."  Representative of a child in dance paired with a blend of colors that symbolize hope and optimism, our Dancer personifies the hope for finding new treatments for Kabuki Syndrome.