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Mojuba! Artist Cypher FridayZ

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Two world premieres at the CSU Spring Dance Concert

Mojuba! Dance Collective and the Cleveland State University Dance Company will premiere "Of Water and Spirit" and "Go Back, Fetch it" choreographed by Executive Artistic Director, Errin Weaver

OUR WORK

Mojuba! Dance Collective is committed to share the stories, culture, and embodied knowing of the Black and African Diaspora as we cultivate rich, transformative communal experiences and spiritually driven healing spaces which support cultural awareness, collective wellness, and the restoration of community

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Artist Cypher FridayZ

Comedians, dancers, singers,  artists come share your work and ideas to a supportive audience in the beautiful home of Mojuba! Dance Collective.

 

Event Features:

  • Musician jam session

  • Artist improv and flow

  • Performances of works in progress and current offerings from comdians, artists, dancers, poets, singers, etc
     

Next session is May 17th

 

Pay what makes you happy!

 

Interested in sharing your art? Please RSVP and let complete the form. You join us for FREE!

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Now Enrolling!

The Mojuba! Center for Dance and Culture is officially open and enrolling now!

Classes for all ages and ability are forming in ballet, modern, praise dance, hip hop, Afrobeat, modeling, drumming, yoga, and pilates.

Join our community and get moving and healing!

Classes resume in January!

Applications and Proposals are now OPEN!!

Applications are now being accepted for the The Black Choreographers Incubator


Started in 2019, The Black Choreographers Incubator 

offers a free worksop series with tools, mentorship, a performance platform, safe space, and mutual support for BIPOC choreographers to realize the vision and dream radically in the creation of bold, new work. 

Proposals are now being accepted for the The Mojuba! Festival of Black Dance And Culture!
 

We invite artists, choreographers, practitioners, and scholars to submit proposals and abstracts for performances, presentations, panels, and workshops which center the African Diaspora and the Black experience in themes of joy, celebration, healing and liberation,

What Clients and Participants Say ...

I am at a loss for words. Outstanding. Fabulous. Amazing...We have received rave reviews of your performance. Just purely fantastic is all I can say...We truly appreciate your professionalism and dedication to your craft.

-Michelle

Many Thanks to our Community Partners and Cultural Collaborators

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