Warrior Girls from Celeste Fraser Delgado on Vimeo. On December 15, Carnival Arts choreographer Marisol Blanco led a group of eight Warrior Girls from the PACE Center for Girls, Miami in a dance inspired by the Afro-Cuban warrior, Oya. She controls the wind, wields a machete, and is respected by all.
Ariante rehearses with Arelan Torres and a friend for his performance on Friday, April 17, opening for Big Night in Little Haiti. See Carnival Arts apprentices, master artists, and the Thomas Jefferson Jaguars from 6:30-7:30pm!
Mariama and Youssou, two teenagers in love, are abducted from their village in Senegal and sold into slavery at different plantations on a Caribbean island. Each escapes with the help of friends, but the slavers chase after them. Will they find freedom? Will they find each other? Watch and see. Young artists at Miami Bridge [...]
These masks were created in a workshop with Martiza Molina in summer 2008. They hung proudly on the wall of the conference room at the Miami Bridge, but were thrown in away in the confusion of a later redecoration.
Here is a video that the teens recorded and Celeste Fraser Delgado edited.
Martiza Molina is a visual artist who works in photography, performance, video, and drawing. A graduate with honors of the Rhode Island School of Design, Maritza Molina has exhibited her photography, video installations, and performance widely in Miami, across the United States, and abroad. She was a 2007 artist in residence with the Association of Icelandic Visual [...]