Jojo “Abenaavi” Wright goals are to share her love of house music culture, to document the history, and to curate events that provides an opportunity for those in the house community to shine.
She started dancing at a very young age. She incorporates her training in jazz, tap, ballet, African dance, martial arts, and spirituality into her movements. When she entered the NJ/NY house club scene, nearly 10 years ago, she immediately started dancing for house music artists and sharing her love by organizing house dance sessions and family friendly events. Jojo has danced in house music videos, House Music Festivals, and the Winter Music Conference. In Newark, New Jersey, Jojo curates a multimedia arts showcase during Newark Arts Festival, curator for Lincoln Park Festival House Music Experience, is a resident dancer for Ubiquity Soul at Military Park, and is a primary dancer for house music artists Koffee the Floetress and Cassio Ware. Jojo is currently a board member of the Oral History Project which is a 501-c3 organization dedicated to documenting, archiving, and celebrating the NJ House Music Community. At the core of this mission is the celebration of Black life and history.
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