Frewuhn is a multidisciplinary creator, who is curious about the ways we express devotion that transcend time and space. She is deeply invested in creating accessible pedagogies and she utilizes performance as a “vehicle of benevolence.” Frewuhn is rooted in years of practice, true collaboration, and participation in the fabric of historic soundtracking throughout the diaspora. She studied Ethnomusicology at Liberty University, Anthropology at Universidade Federal da Bahia, earned a B.A. in History from Fisk University, and a Master of Theological Studies with a certification in Religion in the Arts, from Vanderbilt Divinity School. Her work exists at the intersection between “brain-based learning” and culturally responsive teaching. Some of her trans-disciplinary collaborations include: performances at Art League, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Project Row Houses, Moores Opera House University of Houston, a credit earning course created for the 90th Annual Spring Arts Festival at Fisk University, she was a guest host on Worldwide FM New Orleans, she exhibited in the meta-verse with XX1Off Black Arts District on Cryptovoxels, she wrote The Color of Frequency lyric poetry book/curriculum and curated the SoundLab sonic experiment.
Frewuhn has developed a series of workshops at The Campus for Human Development, Fisk University, and Chattanooga State Community College, and she performs both nationally and internationally. She is currently writing and continues to devise Side Being (Freedom Summer Mixtape), created during an inaugural residency at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and Nu-Hymns developed at August Wilson African American Cultural Center. She is inspired by the work of black femme literary giants, and processes like; the quantum mind, extended reality, gospel, blues, folk music, (freedom schools), the practice of improvisation, Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous and re-wiring generational trauma.
Frewuhn’s primary use of performance as methodology, strives to uplift disenfranchised bodies, allowing them to become their fullest selves through imaginative learning, devotional practice and play.