Akoma Arts formed in 2011 is a 501c3 Non-Profit organization under the fiscal sponsorship of The San Jose Multicultural Artist Guild (SJMAG), provides a wide array of Musical and Artist services in the South Bay related to African Drumming and community service is at the core of our mission and
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Akoma Arts African (Interactive) Drum and Dance and the H.E.A.R. Program
West African (Interactive) Drumming and Dance Performance We perform over 35 culturally based school assemblies and cultural events per year, with the intent of connecting and bringing together communities by introducing Drum, Dance and Songs of the African Diaspora. Our primary audience being our local K-12th Grade student community and we also provide Professional Development to Teachers and...
We are available year round and need to schedule performances or workshops 30 days in advance. Residencies also need 30-45 days advance notice.
8:15am – 7pm
Classrooms to Gymnasium indoors or playground space for outdoor performances. Minimum of one (2-3 preferred) microphone with sound reinforcement. Monitor speaker, if available.
Santa Clara, San Mateo, Santa Cruz Counties.
Mrs. Tamara Alvarado Executive Director of the School of Arts and Culture (SoAC) @ MHP Phone: 408.239.6129 Email: Tamara@schoolofartsandculture.org
Demone Carter Executive Director of Future Arts Now Phone: 408.396.6757 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Any cancellations are requested to be made seven (7) days prior to the event date.