NYC Teaching Artist
Javana Mundy (pronouns: she/her/hers) is a multidisciplinary artist, specializing in theater, movement, and installation art. She studied Theater at The Actors Studio at Pace University in New York, New York. Javana is passionate about empowering black and brown youth of all ages in underserved communities to develop their voice to help create positive change in their own lives and within their communities through arts exposure and creative experiences.
Javana is happy to work with the S.O.U.L Sisters Leadership Collective whose mission aligns with her own. The work is fluid and intersects in her personal artistic practice. She is set to debut her solo show in July 2019 titled “Mama’s 19”. This play dissects the relationships of America’s history between the black woman and the black mother and how that affects the overall development and progression of the black community in the twenty-first century. You can find out more about her artistic work at www.javanamundy.com.