Original Million Woman Music, Arts and Enter/Edu-tainment Divisions
Announces A Call For Black/African Girl Artisans:
Females *Girls and Teens* of African Descent 7-17 who are talented, creative, skillful and serious, and who want to share, showcase, and further advance their artistry while learning more about African history, culture, traditions, community responsibility, and the fight for Freedom and Justice.
WHO SHOULD APPLY:
Vocalist, Dancers, Musicians, Visual Artist, Film/Videography, Writers, Spoken Word/Poets, Designers, etc.
To provide a wide range of artistic advancement opportunities to young Black/Africana females regardless of nationality, religion, economic background. Activities and primary focuses are grounded in an variety of art and culture from an African perspective that is aligned in a safe, holistically healthy, and inspirational environment, along with appropriate peer interactions and camaraderie, and positive self-esteem, personal, and skills development.
Interested and qualified participants in addition to finalist will have the opportunity to perform at the Burlington, NJ, 2012 "Underground Railroad and Black/African Holocaust Conference", The Juneteenth Observance, and Million Woman March/Movement "Africa 2012" related events.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 267-636-3802
All inquiries regarding this project must be directed to the National MWM Headquarters
All Applicants must have approval of parent or guardian before acceptance into program
" Information & Sign-Up Meeting "
Fri. December 23, 2011 @ 7:30 PM at:
The Underground Railroad Cafe, Art Gallery, &
16-18 East Union Street
Burlington, New Jersey 08016
General Operation Hours
Open Wednesday - Saturday:
12 Pm – 5:00 pm
Sunday: Call for special events
The Cafe is also available for rental for meetings and small events .
Ms. Louise Calloway - Executive Director