The Creative Process
"Facts" (instrumental) produced by Moses Harper
Visit new Moses Harper YouTube channel for more music and content.
Call Me Moses
You can purchase the book here.
When young people are willing to work together to make change happen, it can be a beautiful thing.
For Charmaine Wesley, (advocate for community development), and her best friend Remington Strutford, (multifaceted, radical, lesbian), working together for the greater good is a way of life.
Just days away from graduating high school, Charmaine and Remington are called upon to combine their greatest strengths to help the most vulnerable when tragic events occur. The experience helps solidify their commitment to becoming solutions to issues plaguing society.
Weeks away from starting new lives at different colleges they face the hardest decision of their lives. They must choose to hold onto a friendship they cherish above all else, or risk it all by revealing their secret, unresolved feelings for each other.
J. Moses Harper
Moses Harper is a visionary of artistic expression in support of social empowerment and healing. She is an 18 degree creative, specializing in fine art, dance, motivational speaking, producing music, digital art, and literature. Originally from Harlem, Moses grew up in the South Bronx, developing a passion for the arts. She attended Bronx H.S. of Science where she began performing as a Michael Jackson tribute artist. She later earned a BA in Music from SUNY Purchase, majoring in studio composition. Her work as a poet and rapper have been showcased at The Karma Lounge, The Shrine, and Brooklyn Exposure. Moses has established herself as a notable Michael Jackson tribute artist. Her performances include appearances on The Today Show, 106&Park, Madison Square Garden, B.B. King’s, and a staggering 21 performances at the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem, where she earned the Super Top Dog champion title in 2011. She has done outreach as a motivational speaker, mentor and performer in NYC public schools, within the LGBTQ community’s faith based settings, as well as prison populations. In 2014 she released, “Call Me Moses”, which revealed her as a survivor of physical and emotional abuse she suffered while growing up. She's an advocate to end human trafficking and domestic violence, and worked directly with young adults who are incarcerated in the NYC jail system for over 3 years during the COVID 19 pandemic. Her work with this population included designing and delivering curriculum to encourage community building through the arts, restorative practices and wellness presentations. She was one of 12 artists invited to be featured at BLICK Art in Harlem during their 2021 “12 Art Beats” installation. Her artwork has been featured on Pix 11, NY1, CBS, and ABC. In 2021, Harper published, “Celebrate Black 365”, an art calendar including 13 of her pieces as well as motivational quotes of impactful people of color and organizations. Her second book, the first of a five book LGBT novel series entitled, "Wesley House Book 1 : Remington and Charmaine", was released in August 2022. "The Book of Love: Confessions of Love By Black Lesbians", a stage play she wrote, has been performed at The WOW Café Theater as well as off broadway venues. Her artwork is set to be on exhibit at the Grand Rapids African American Museum and Archives later this Fall.
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Moses Harper's tribute portrait of fellow Michael Jackson Tribute artist, Jordan Neely, during ArtPrize, the largest art competition in the world. Harper is scheduled to perform and speak during the festival.
"The Book of Love: Confessions of Love By Black Lesbians"
"The Book Of Love: Confessions Of Love By Black Lesbians" was be performed at The Town School Theater, on June 18th
March 11th 3:30pm and March 12th 3:30pm
The Book Of Love: Confessions Of Love By Black Lesbians
"The Book Of Love: Confessions Of Love By Black Lesbians" a stage play by Moses Harper, was performed at The WOW Café Theater, on March 11th and 12th.
Moses was featured during Fordham University's Black History Month Cultural Presentation Feb. 3, 2023.
Dec. 3, 2022 2-5pm at The WOW Café Theater
Musical, literary, and art exhibition of original works by multi faceted creatives.
Moses performed, "Thriller" during the annual, HARLEMWEEN, event on October 31, 2022 at the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. state office building.
"Harlem's Finest" 60x48 oil portrait tribute to Cicely Tyson by Moses Harper was featured during street renaming ceremony.
February 2, 2022
Black History Celebration at Fordham University.
In collaboration with Fordham University's Black History Month Cultural Program, Moses Harper presented as guest speaker on February 2, 2022. To view the lecture, click here.
July 1 - 31, 2021
Blick Art, Harlem Art Installation
Moses' original art was featured at Blick Art's "12 Art Beats" display at Blick Art next door to the Apollo Theater in Harlem.
NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens)
The Legendary Apollo Theater
Blick Art, Harlem
Water Spirit Art
Art by Laura T. Wilson