Wednesday, January 11, 2012

SAVE THE DATES

Get us on your calendar!  This year's festival will begin on Friday, March 2nd with a communal dinner and discussion followed by performances, continue with workshops and lectures all day Saturday the 3rd, and close on Sunday the 4th after another full-day of workshops.

Artists and scholars have been invited from throughout the US, Africa, and the diaspora.  Classes will include djembe drumming, West African dance, Afro-modern dance, song, yoga, and much more, as well as discussions about arts in social activism and cultural preservation initiatives.

Stay tuned - we've got BIG THINGS coming in 2012!  It will be a festival not to be missed.

THE FESTIVAL IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

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