Musicwoman Archive

On June 30, 2022, Musicwoman Archive and Cultural Center was incorporated in the State of North Carolina. The mission of MACC is to provide educational services to the general public about women’s musical creation, documentation, and preservation. The Cultural Center will employ people from the surrounding communities and provide employment for out-of-state staff in various capacities, including education, publishing, construction, engineering, horticulture, agriculture, environmental protection, culinary arts, and entertainment.

OFFICERS

Mimi Johnson, President

Lydia Harris, Treasurer

Michael Monroe, Secretary

Dr. Joan Cartwright, Executive Director

OUR VISION

EIN Assigned:88-3267325
Legal Name:MUSICWOMAN ARCHIVE AND CULTURAL CENTER

PUBLICATIONS: www.musicmanmagazine.com and www.musicwomanmagazine.com

Reminiscing about O’Hara’s Jazz Cafe, Lonnie Smith, and Juanita Dixon

http://jazz-bluesflorida.blogspot.com/2012/07/oharas-jazz-clubs-25-year-collection.html

[Photo: Sandy Ireton, 2012] Jan Vandivort, Joan Cartwright, Lonnie Smith (R.I.P.), Bob Vandivort, Juanita Dixon (R.I.P.) at the photoshoot in front of O’Hara’s Jazz Cafe in Fort Lauderdale, where we performed for years until it closed.

Women in Jazz South Florida, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, educational organization that promotes women musicians, globally, through events, concerts, performances, clinics, lectures, workshops, articles, interviews, newsletters, courses, contacts, research, history, archives, websites, film, audio and video recording, and recognition. 

http://wijsf.org