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Museum of Jazz & Art Oakland | First Look

MATATU

Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 6:00 PM

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The Museum Of Jazz & Art with Top Ten Social cordially invite you to the first lecture for the Museum of Jazz & Art (MOJA). In order to bring this vision to reality, community support is of critical importance. MOJA's vision is to support the future growth of the Jazz music & artist community in Oakland and beyond. Collaboration is our top priority to cultivate programs, curate the art & music that will meet the needs of preserving and expanding the growth of jazz music while representing the rich history that is from Oakland, California.

Please RSVP and join us for this evening, share with your friends, families, colleagues, and allies for the love of music.

Complimentary refreshments provided by Numi Tea.

Panel discussion includes:

  • David Allen, Moja CEO Board Chair; Mission-Vision and Community Benefits

  • Joe Kennedy, Moja Vice President Vice Chair; Corporate Participation Importance

  • Kat Taylor, Moja Principal Funding Advisor; Community Benefits & Giving

  • Mike Hannigan, President of "Give Something Back"; Community Benefits & Giving

  • Terrence Brewer, Moja Musician Board Advisor; Jazz Community Benefits

  • Roger Glenn, Moja Musician Board Advisor; Jazz Community Benefits

  • Dr. Alvin McLean, Professor of Cognitive Psychology; Education, Learning & Music

  • James Gayles, Visual Artist Benefits

Audience Q & A to follow panel.

MOJA Oakland

Our Mission:

The of Museum of Jazz & Art (MOJA) will raise the awareness, importance & preservation of Jazz, Jazz Art & History created in America-and loved around the world.


Our vision:

The Museum of Jazz & Art will bring the world to Oakland and the importance of Jazz History to the World with exciting Jazz and Art exhibits, innovative programs, experiences and much more.

 

Events and Programs to Include:

  • Music, Art, Film & documenting American/ World Cultural History & Events.

  • Virtual exhibitions.

  • Arts & Interactive visitors experience.

 

Community Outreach to Include:

  • Musician grants & low interest loans to create music.

  • Mobile educational exhibition (focus on K1-12).

  • Community development & support for existing Oakland Jazz for Youth Programs.

  • Programs Tutoring both music & traditional education.

  • Mentoring Leadership component, Library & Archive component.

  • Development of a National Jazz Hall of Fame for Jazz musicians and contributors.


HUB Oakland is a community of people

building a better world. You can learn more about the HUB community at

www.huboakland.net
Have questions about Museum of Jazz & Art Oakland | First Look? Contact MATATU

When & Where


Impact Hub Oakland
2323 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94612

Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 6:00 PM


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MATATU

MATATU is a performative think tank engaging in a public inquiry around the role of the African Diaspora in a contemporary urban American context, asking, “How does an Afro-Future actually materialize without some intentional framing by creative citizens from around the Diaspora,” and “Where are the occasions to envision strategies for health in post-colonial Black culture?”

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