The Miami Bridge Youth Program joined us on April 14th, 2019 for the Carnival Parade. The Carnival Parade takes place every year, each time with a different theme from a different country. This year, we decided to go with the country Haiti. The Carnival Parade is a way for the kids from the Youth [...]
Carnival Arts Kongo and Ibo from Celeste Fraser Delgado on Vimeo. On November 22, young artists from Miami Bridge Central joined Barry University students and master drummer Catelus "Ton Ton" Laguerre, choreographer Weislande "Yanui" Cesar, visual artists Damian Rojo and Veronicka Koebach, and program director and singer, Celeste Fraser Delgado. The Carnival Artists sing, dance, [...]
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 [...]
Poet, musician, and media personality Jan Sebon founded the rasin (Haitian roots) band Kazak in 1985 and is the host of the long-running world music and poetry show “Mundo Vibe” on Miami’s WDNA. His 1997 poem “I Would Like To Know” was anthologized in Having a Wonderful Time (Simon and Schuster). Sebon has played classical [...]