Wynwood, Florida – For over two decades, the Haitian Compas Festival has created a pathway to bring Haitian pride to the forefront of the world. As the biggest Haitian Flag Day celebration around the globe, the festival is one of the top 10 largest outdoor musical events in the United States. This feat is met with the utmost appreciation by Noel & Cecibon Productions, who have been the leading promoters for Haitian music in Miami for over 25 years.
A large and enthusiastic crowd turned out at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre on Saturday, April 27, for the semi-finals of the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s Festival Song Competition 2019.
The Haitian Heritage Museum Haiti A LA Mode Exhibition closed out with the Arts Innovation Talk (Arts IT) with International Photographer Marc Baptiste, moderated by Ludlowe Bailey of Contemporary African Art Diaspora (CADA) the Marc's works framed the conversation on the role of imagery of Art in Haiti, the Fashion Industry and the photography industry for the Afro American and Caribbean place in propelling culture that shapes our communities and how they impact society.
The highly anticipated and critically acclaimed annual Deaf Dance Festival will be held at the Little Theatre in Kingston on Tuesday, April 30, beginning at 4:00 p.m. Organized by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), an agency of the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport and the Jamaica Association for the Deaf, Deaf Dance 2019 will showcase inspiring dance performances from the deaf community, as performers compete to take home a national title.