The Moments Project


Moments consists of 5 phases: Afrocentric artistic experiences that explore the unique perspective of Black women who live in the United States as African immigrants. It is an experimental collaboration of artistic expressions by creatives of color that explore this unique black perspective with contemporary African dance at the forefront through Film, Art, Photo, and on the Stage. 

Phase 1 

Interference explores the conflict between diaspora groups and childhood experiences. Interference was sponsored by Houston in Action and Art2Action as part of the #Htownvotes initiative. It focused on using art to encourage communities of color to participate in the 2020 elections.


Phase II

a digital exhibition portraying the unique perspective of Interference through the eyes and lens of OG Creative and Head of Photography Shardé Chapman.

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Moments: The Dance Album

Phase III

A collection of dance pieces explores the complexity of the female African immigrant experience through distinct contemporary African dance styles and cultural symbolism in film.

Art Exhibit and Dance Show

Phase 4

An intimate experience of Moments on stage with an art exhibit showing the black female immigrant experience in a diverse set of artistic mediums.

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Through the Inner Eye of A Westernized African Girl

Phase 5

A documentary looks behind the scenes at the creative development of the previous phases from the perspective of their creatives. It explores their thoughts on social issues, personal experiences, and how it informs and influences their form of artistic expression.