Published October 23, 2020

Artist, educator, folklorist, dancer and community activist

In this video produced by the the National Council for the Traditional Arts Junious Brickhouse reflects on his lifelong exploration of African American movement traditions and how these forms empower him to express his community activism. He is the executive director of Urban Artistry and was a master artist in the Virginia Folklife Apprenticeship Program in 2019.

Learning Experience

Virginia History in Song

What can songs teach us about history?