Thursday, September 25, 2014
Doors at 6pm and panel at 7pm. 
Registration for admission has closed. 

Impact Hub Oakland
2323 Broadway Oakland, CA 94612

You are cordially invited to the first lecture of the Museum of Jazz & Art (MOJA) in coordination with Top Ten Social. This evening will host a panel of engaging speakers with live art, and music; with focus to engage with the community about future planning and museum programming.



Doors at 6pm: 
6-7pm: Complimentary bites and beverages from HilscookingGreen Barrel Wine Merchants, and Numi Organic Tea

7pm-8pm: Gather for engaging discussion with our panel. Your ideas, comments, and questions are encouraged.

8pm-8:45pm: Live music from Terrence Brewer Trio.

8:45pm-9pm: Closing remarks.

-David Allen, Moja CEO Board Chair; Mission-Vision and Community Benefits 

-Joe Kennedy, Moja Vice President Vice Chair; Corporate Participation Importance

-Kat Taylor, Moja Principal Funding Champion; Community Benefits & Giving 

-Mike Hannigan, President of "Give Something Back"; Community Benefits & Giving 

-Greg Bridges, MOJA Advisory Board; KCSM Radio announcer, jazz writer, emcee; jazz history preservation.

-Terrence Brewer, Moja Musician Board Advisor; Jazz Community Benefits

-Roger Glenn, Moja Musician Board Advisor; Jazz Community Benefits

-James Gayles, Emmy Award winning artist, based in Oakland, CA; Artist participation importance

Audience participation encouraged with panel discussion.


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Our goals for this evening are to bring forward the voice of the community. In order to cultivate programs to meet the needs for preserving the history of jazz music, while expanding growth through music education and to ensure we represent the exemplary history that has evolved from Oakland, California.

Share with your friends, families, colleagues, and allies for the love of music. We look forward to your participation! 

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