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The L.O.V.E. WIN(d)S Series: a CommUnity Concert (Health & Wellness Initiative)

St. Helena Island South Carolina, Coffin Point

The initiative begins with a small intimate and magical experience of cultural island energy, food, music and the deep richness of flowing MELODIC WINDS and WATERS of our Gullah African Ancestral Roots.

The series launches with a beachfront concert by Mahoganëë, co-founder of Responsible ARTistry a lyrical storyteller who has crafted Soulful Songs of Social Justice, Geneaology, Southern Food, Black Land, Black Love and Black Excellence. Music to incite Healing Conversations.

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SC Black Farmers Coalition Annual Conference

(EST, UTC-05) (EST, UTC-05)

Penn Center , Saint Helena Island

The SCBFC Conference will be having a special Reception and Soil Sista Circle for Black Women Farmers as part of the Friday programming. Live performance by Recording Artist Mahoganëë.

New Years Day Gullah Celebration

Gullah Grub, 877 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena Island

New Years Day Gullah Celebration | iss goin down ♥️🖤💚 ‼️SOLD OUT‼️ January 1, 2022 Historic St. Helena Island, SC 🌴 Fah Da Kulcha 🌴 Roasted Local Oysters Gullah Style Fish Soup Hoppin John (no meat) Fried Bone-in /Filet Fish Smoked Pasture Raised Chicken Collard Greens (No Meat) Cole Slaw/Cornbread & Dessert

If you’ve seen the Netflix Special “High On The Hog” you’ve seen these two amazing Gullah Chefs. Gullah Chef Bill Green and Chef BJ Dennis. DJ Scrap @Scrap_OnDeck : Live Music by Mahoganëë & Mr. Bounce Back

Cocktails, Crowns and Convo

A Virtual Event in Honor of National Headwrap Day | Honoring the Legacy & Heritage of Crowns Presented by Ngome Lifestyle

FREE but you must REGISTER


Soul on Soul with Phinesse Podcast

The home for the Indie Soul Artist

2021 GIA Conference Plurality, Power, and Belonging

San Juan, Puerto Rico


Presenters: Celeste Smith, The Pittsburgh Foundation and Grantmakers in the Arts Support for Individual Artist Committee Co-Chair; Jessica Gaynelle Moss, artist, independent curator, art collector, and arts consultant; Mahoganëë Amiger, vocalist, recording artist, songwriter and youth educator-mentor; Lillian Osei-Boateng, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Support for Individual Artist Committee Member; Alicia Bell, Borealis Philanthropy; Allen Kwabena Frimpong, ZEAL; Meena Malik, New England Foundation for the Arts; Quita Sullivan, New England Foundation for the Arts, Grantmakers in the Arts Board Member; Tiffany Wilhelm, Opportunity Fund; Ce Scott-Fitts, South Carolina Arts Commission and Grantmakers in the Arts Support for Individual Artist Committee Co-chair

The National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N’COBRA) defines reparations as “A process of repairing, healing, and restoring a people injured because of their group identity and in violation of their fundamental human rights by governments, corporations, institutions and families. Those groups that have been injured have the right to obtain from the government, corporation, institution, or family responsible for the injuries that which is needed to repair and heal themselves. In addition to being a demand for justice, it is a principle of international human rights law.” With this in mind, how should arts and culture funders respond to the needs and debts that are owed to artists? What does this process of repairing, healing, and restoring look like when funders face the realities of “swimming with the current” and institutional best practice? How can funders leverage power to be a mover and shaker within the institution? Join the individual artist virtual preconference workshop to explore how funders can be advocates for artists in reconciliation from systemic harm in the form of wealth building and reparations. Let’s explore and discuss the possibilities.

The Support for Individual Artist Committee will join the GIA team in the development of the day’s agenda.

Grantmakers in the Arts is a national association of public and private arts funders - providing members with resources and leadership to support artists and arts organizations.

Be Bold. Tell Our Story.

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Robert Smalls Academy, Beaufort, SC

Responsible ARTistry In Partnership with 4.0Schools Essential Fellowship Program We present a Musical Storytelling Workshop 6-8th grade at Robert Smalls Academy


The Chrysalis Experience Podcast Interview