Patricia Hall music Jazz Is.mp3
Women hold up half the sky. – Chinese proverb
Black Women In Jazz has no affiliations with any organizations. Our official color is Black and Gold.
National Black Women In Jazz Day
This has been updated to: National Black Women In Jazz & The Arts Day and is celebrated on March 1st. We set aside that time to honor the contributions that black females in the Arts and related professionals have made in the past, present and to the future of jazz and the arts. For more information and tickets for the Awards Gala are on sale here under the Black Women In Jazz & The Arts Awards tab and also at www.BWIJAwards.com.
Black Women In Jazz & The Arts was created to assist in meeting the unmet needs of women in jazz and the arts professionals. We create a greater awareness by honoring the many contributions of black female artists and related professionals globally. Black Women In Jazz & The Arts strives to spotlight the awesome work of females in the arts, jazz vocalists, female jazz instrumentalists, composers, producers, in dance, theater, film, music, and visual arts, who may have gotten lost in the shuffle of time as well as artists who are currently in the spotlight. Through various networking events, education and training, seminars, workshops, award galas, features and interviews, concerts and more, we want to ensure that women are honored as a vital part of the past, present, and future of jazz and the arts. Black Women In Jazz & the Arts operates without regard to race, sex, color, sexual orientation, gender, disability, creed, religion or national origin.
BWIJA sponsors master classes and workshops by outstanding artists. Some workshops are free but most workshops have a minimal cost. Reservations: 678.861.7370 . See Events tab for current listings.