UBW in The Center's 2016 in Review
UBW founder Jawole Willa Jo Zollar is a part of The Pew Center for the Arts & Heritage's (the Center) 2016 in Review for her Questions of Practice interview! Click HERE to check out the Center's 2016 in Review.
QUESTIONS of PRACTICE: JAWOLE ON EVOLUTION & RISK
Last Three UBW Newsletters
December 2016: December's #1 Fan, Jawole on Art & Social Justice, & Much More!
November 2016: November's #1 Fan, Jawole on Evolution & Risk, & Much More!
A Little Bit of SCAT
Come out to ShapeShifter Lab January 6-9 to be transported to a HOT Jazz joint.
Watch the trailer below!
Buy tickets HERE
A Message from Urban Bush Women
Photo Credit: Bill Lax
As we conclude a tumultuous year and embrace an unpredictable future, Urban Bush Women remains undaunted. We know how to face challenges so we are preparing to deepen and expand our work on stages, in studios and in communities throughout this nation using “movement to build a movement” for justice and equity.
We will grow our partnerships to bring artistry, systemic analysis, innovation, passion and boldness to the work of co-creating the world we envision. Join us…solidarity is more important now than ever.
“Without community, there is no liberation.”
― Audre Lorde