Thursday, September 22, 2016

Festival line-up update (schedule/program)!

Dear Friends!

The 10th Black Women's Arts Festival (theme: The Beauty of Resilience) is Saturday and Sunday, September 24-25, 2016 at The Rotunda, 4014 Walnut St, Philadelphia PA 19104. FREE and All Respectful Persuns are Welcome!

Below are the timed appearances. These do NOT include the confirmed exhibiting visual artists, vendors, literary features (authors/readers, etc.), and peformers who are confirmed to participate but have not chosen nor been assigned specific times yet.
Times are subject to change!

Saturday

2:00 - Vendors load-in
2:00-7:00 - Open Mic/Walk-On Feature Sign-Up
3:00 - TBA
3:30 - Lecture "The Beauty of Resilience" by Cassendre Xavier (Festival founder/director)
4:00 - Lecture (health, nutrition) by Dr. Sunlight Little
4:30 - TBA
5:00 - Lecture (personal growth/self-actualization) by Kai Moon Oceans
5:30 - TBA
6:00 - Dance & Song by Tamara L. Xavier, Ph.D. aka Moon Wisdom
6:30 - All-People's Open Mic
7:00 - TBA
7:30 - Music with Naeemah Maddox and band
8:00 - Ceremony to Honor Our Ancestors & Elders
8:45 - TBA
9:00 - Cassendre Xavier (singer-songwriter-guitarist)
9:30 - TBA

Sunday 

2:00 - Vendors load-in
2:00-7:00 - Open Mic/Walk-On Feature Sign-Up
3:00 - Lecture on health and nutrition with Dr. Sunlight Little
3:30 - TBA
4:00 - Lecture (personal growth/self-actualization) by Kai Moon Oceans
4:30 - Ghettosongbird (aka Samantha L. Johnson) -singer/songwriter/guitarist
5:00 - Phoenix Mystique sings (accompanied by keyboard player)
5:30 - TBA
6:00 - TBA
6:30 - Lauren Scott (musician)
7:00 - Monica McIntyre (cellist/vocalist/lyricist/composer)
7:45 - Intermission
8:00 - Vessna & Koof - (Vessna on ukelele & Koof on trumpet)
8:30 - TBA
9:00 - Cassendre Xavier (singer-songwriter-guitarist)
9:30 - Closing Ceremony of our 10th Year

More updates coming soon!


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Make yourself a beautiful day!

Cassendre Xavier
"renaissance negresse"
$15,000 Leeway Transformation Award-Winning musician, writer, and community cultural arts organizer.
Founder & Executive Director of the Black Women's Arts Festival (Est. 2003) and the Women's Writing & Spoken Word Series (Est. 2002).
Official website: http://cassEndrExavier.com

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