MOJA Festival 2023 is scheduled for September 28 through October 8. Visit www.mojafestival.com
The MOJA Arts Festival is an annual multi-disciplinary festival produced and directed by the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs, presented in partnership with the all-volunteer MOJA Planning Committee, who assist with event planning, fundraising, and advocacy.
Enjoy these digital offerings.
We are beyond thrilled to make possible this on-demand encore presentation of “The Legacy of Motown: Charlton Singleton and Friends” from their October 3, 2020 performance at The Bend. Streaming now HERE. on MOJA’s facebook page. This virtual offering is graciously sponsored by longtime MOJA supporter Dominion Energy.
We are thrilled to make possible this on-demand encore presentation of “Ranky Tanky: Homecoming” from a 2017 intimate performance at the historic Dock Street Theatre. Streaming now HERE.
“Exploring Black History at the College of Charleston and Beyond”, a series
promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion at the College of Charleston and in our community.
Preregister to stream the documentary film, “Body and Soul: An American Bridge,” which highlights one of the most popular songs in American Jazz and discusses the complex musical interplay between Jewish and African-American cultures. Thursday, October 15 at 7pm.
Journey back to last year’s soul stirring MOJA Gospel Series concert
Enjoy cellist Wade Davis and pianist Dr. Lester Young’s Classical Encounter concert from 2018.
Relive Ranky Tanky’s “Palmetto Scence” featured on South Carolina ETV.
Artists Fletcher Williams III and Cedric Umoja The Visual Alchemist’s “Palmetto Scene” feature on South Carolina ETV.
Watch Gino Castillo and the Cuban Cowboys when they performed at Forte Jazz Lounge.
Gino Castillo brought together 45 talented local artists for a one-of-a-kind Afro-Cuban jazz performance entitled “Cha-Cha-Charleston.