2016 marks Charleston’s 33rd year of hosting the MOJA Arts Festival. This festival was created to celebrate African-American and Caribbean art.
And if you live in the area, or are visiting The Center for Natural Breast Reconstruction, we highly suggest that you check it out.
The festival runs from Thursday, September 29, through Sunday, October 9.
If you’re wondering where the festival gets its name, it comes from the word “Moja,” a Swahili word meaning “One.”
And it’s a perfect choice as one of the purposes of the festival is to celebrate harmony in the community.
This festival has a little something for everyone, including:
- Visual arts
- Classical music
- R&B music
- Children’s activities
- Traditional crafts
- Ethnic food
On top of all the events that take place in this festival, MOJA also has an educational outreach component in Charleston that consists of workshops in public schools and senior outreach in senior citizen homes.
Each day of the festival holds new and exciting activities, so be sure to check out the website and event calendar so you can pick a day filled with activities you will love.