MOJA Arts Festival 2008 topic page

9:40 am on Wednesday October 1, 2008

'Crowns' is a tale done through hats

Image by CrownsImage by 20081001crowns.jpg Hats, hats, and more hats are used to explore a tale of black history and identity. The play is by Regina Taylor and directed by Henry Clay Middleton. A description on their Web site explains: A moving and...
7:46 pm on Friday September 26, 2008

MOJA Heritage Day events at Hampton Park

Get tasty ethnic foods and a healthy dose of culture while enjoying the not-so-hot weather at MOJA's Heritage Day at Hampton Park on Saturday, September 27, from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. MOJA says: Heritage Day features day-long activities including...
8:27 pm on Thursday September 25, 2008

Caribbean street parade and reggae block dance

Image by Flickr user Smudge 9000 Image by 20080925customs.jpg Festivities will culminated in front of the U.S. Customs House on East Bay Street. The city's two-week MOJA festival will start going full force on Friday night with some culture-rich...
11:38 am on Thursday September 25, 2008

MOJA Arts Festival Opening Reception with Jonathan Green

I can't say it any better: "Meet the 2008 MOJA poster artist and South Carolina's native son, Jonathan Green at the opening reception and enjoy sumptuos carribean cuisine prepared by Joe's Catering." It's free and runs from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday,...
8:09 am on Thursday September 25, 2008

Kirk Whalum Band bringing jazz to the Cistern

Image by Kirk WhalumImage by 20080925kirk.jpg Seven-time grammy nominated smooth jazz saxophonist and songwriter Kirk Whalum will be performing Saturday, September 27, at the College of Charleston's scenic Cistern on George Street at 7:30 p.m. Great...
6:37 am on Thursday September 25, 2008

MOJA Arts Festival: A Celebration of African-American and Caribbean Arts

Image by Jonathan GreenImage by 20080922moja.jpg This painting by Jonathan Green was selected for the 2008 MOJA Poster. Jazz, dance, film, theater, drums, paintings and more, the Charleston's 25th annual MOJA Arts Festival aims to highlight the "...