Leadership Training, Theatre, Creative Writing, Vocal Music, & Dance – Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballroom, and Ballet
My heart goes out to the mother and family of Trayvon Martin. In the wake of this tragedy we have to be careful not to allow anger to take root, grow, and guide our decisions...
To commemorate the opening of this historic collection, this two day-day academic conference will convene scholars, educators, and students to present papers on themes related to the life and works of Tupac Shakur, education, and Hip Hop culture more broadly.
The Occupy Wall Street & Together Movement is a reflection of the increasing anger and implosion of the working class in a “profit by any means necessary” driven capitalist system. Capitalism on its own merit is not the problem. The way it’s approached in America is. There is a dichotomy at play though. Consumers want […]
ATLANTA – “Sam Cooke Day” in the City of Atlanta will be celebrated with a special program to be held at the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation (TASF) Center for the Arts & Peace Garden on Friday, October 14, 2011
The Collected works of Rap’s Most Successful & Prolific Icon Includes 11 Linear Feet with 30 Boxes of Materials Housing Manuscripts, Song Lyrics, Poems, Video Treatments, Memorabilia and Personal Correspondence with Family and Fans
Ghetto Gospel Play is the tale of three teenagers living in a world of real life. Pulled straight from three of Tupac Shakur’s songs, each teen tells the story of a central character, and most likely real people that Tupac gave voices to. Pac’s Life dance showcase is inspired by a collaboration of Tupac’s songs.Watch […]
Tupac's spirit lived on Thursday night at the Atlanta Symphony Hall, as family, friends and fans celebrated him on what would have been the late rapper/actor's 40th birthday.
This production is another feather in the cap for Hilda Willis, a well known Atlanta artist, writer and director.