Asase Yaa launches “Artists: Teaching as Creative Educators,” Arts Outreach four-day workshop series July 9-12 at Arts Eny
Announcing our first ever Arts Outreach Professional Development for Artists Workshop series.
Join us for high-energy choreographed performance numbers showcasing all 96 School of the Arts students (ages 4-17).
We’re extremely grateful and feel a debt and gratitude to all our constituents and the amazing community support we’ve been given over the past 18 years.
Brooklyn-based dance company raises the roof, spirits and funds through exuberant African dancing and intoxicating drum rhythms.
– Sheila Kogan, Theaterscene.net
Asase Yaa Cultural Arts Foundation will be contributing to several major Black History Month Celebrations throughout the Tri-State area this month.
Asase Yaa is powered by our community. As a nonprofit, we rely on the generous support of our donors to help us keep African culture alive.
MORE ABOUT “THE CALL”
Learn more about The Call, featuring The Love from Asase Yaa Entertainment Group’s album “Drum Love.”