The Tout-Monde Festival will take place over four days, in four emblematic venues of Miami, each of them representing a distinct neighborhood, community and heritage: the Pérez Art Museum Miami (Downtown), the Wolfsonian Museum (Miami Beach), the Little Haiti Cultural Complex (Little Haiti) and the Mana Contemporary (Wynwood).
The public will be invited to circulate from one place to another with a dedicated Tout-Monde shuttle. In each place, the program will offer academic discussions, visual art installations, performances and film screenings.
Moderation and introductions by Vanessa Selk, Director and Founder of the Festival
* Presentation of the partnership by Tobias Ostrander, Chief Curator at the Pérez Art Museum Miami
* Presentation of the Festival by Bénédicte de Montlaur, Cultural Counselor of the French Embassy in the United States
* Intervention of Christiane Taubira, Cultural Ambassador of the Tout-Monde Festival
* Introduction and presentation by Edwidge Danticat, Author and Moderator
* Patrick Chamoiseau & Michael Dash in conversation – “Edouard Glissant’s Tout-Monde: relevance and significance in politics and arts.” Followed by Q/A from the audience.
Hétéronomonde, first edition of the Tout-Monde Festival
* Introduction of Hétéronomonde Edition 2018-2019 by Claire Tancons & Johanna Auguiac, Festival Curators
* Danse and music performance duo by Léna Blou & Jacques Schwarz-Bart around Jazz and Gwo Ka
* VIP reception (by invitation only)
“Get on Board! A Caribbean cruise through The Wolfsonian’s archives”, a pedagogic tour and explanation of a small exhibition of The Wolfsonian archives on Caribbean cruises and ships
Curated by Frank Luca, Chief Librarian, Adjunct Professor of History, Wolfsonian–FIU
Show open through March 3rd
Caribbean short-film program curated by Third Horizon
* “Tezen” (26min) by Shirley Bruno
Haiti | 2017 | Directed by Shirley Bruno | 28 min
Screening followed by Q&A with director Shirley Bruno conducted by Third Horizon Film Festival director Jason Fitzroy Jeffers
"Protect me" and "Figure One" installations by Kenny Dunkan
* Informal tour with Kenny Dunkan and the Festival Curators
Installations on view through March
Conversation with Kenny Dunkan
"Back to Basics" Live performance by Kenny Dunkan
Bridge Tender House
“Watch out, Soukounyan”, a workshop to create your own storyboard on a famous Caribbean legend.
Workshop led by Guillaume Lorin, animation film director from Guadeloupe who directed the movie Vanille, in partnership with Édouard Duval-Carrié (Haitian-American artist who created a series on Soukounyan)
Yarimar Bonilla, Claire Tancons & Johanna Auguiac in conversation
Yarimar Bonilla in conversation with Tout-Monde Festival curators Claire Tancons & Johanna Auguiac about Hétéronomonde, inspired in part by Bonilla’s reflections on (non-) Sovereignty in her book Non-Sovereign Futures.
Performance by Jean-François Boclé
Plaza and Caribbean Market
"Le cri de mes racines ", a duo dance performance and visual poem dedicated to Haïti by Josiane Antourel and Yna Boulangé
“Get on Board! A Caribbean cruise through the Wolfsonian’s archives”, a pedagogic tour and explanation of a small exhibition of the Wolfsonian archives on Caribbean cruises and ships
Curated by Frank Luca, Chief Librarian, Adjunct Professor of History, Wolfsonian Museum
❗ Wolfsonian-FIU : 1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
(+1) 305 531-1001 | www.wolfsonian.org ❗
Caribbean short-film program curated by Third Horizon
“Mommy Water” (“Ma manman d’lo”)
Guadeloupe | 2015 | Directed by Julien Siloray | 25 min.
Rosental is eight years old and lives with his father in Port-Louis, Guadeloupe. He wants to find again his mother and meets Kamo, a wizard, who tells the boy his mother has been transformed into a Mommy waters, a Caribbean mermaid who attracts fishermen into the deep waters of the Caribbean.
Martinique | 2016 | Directed by Khris Burton | 27 min
SO.Ci3.TY is a series which questions with originality the relation between the humanity and the environment. In this futurist film, humans live in a huge ghetto city ruled by artificial intellegence. Humans control their emotions through a regulator called “Reg”.
* Screening followed by audience discussion on French-Caribbean film and folk stories, facilitated by Tezen director Shirley Bruno
"Notebook of a return to my native land" by Aimé Césaire, Theatre Recital with Jacques Martial
Cahier d’un retour au pays natal d’Aimé Césaire
Stage director and interpretation: Jacques MARTIAL
Assistant director: Tim GREACEN
Stage manager: Jean-Marc FENIOU
Co-production: La Compagnie de la Comédie Noire – L’Artchipel Scène Nationale de la Guadeloupe
with the support of Conseil Régional de la Guadeloupe, Ministère de la Culture, Ministère de l’Outre-Mer and Association Française d’Action Artistique (Institut Français)
* A collective visual arts/photography exhibition with selected works from Kelly Sinnapah Mary, Robert Charlotte, Julien Creuzet, Mirtho Linguet, Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc, Shirley Rufin, Adler Guerrier, Jilian Mayer and Loriel Beltran
Presentation of the artworks by the Festival Curators
Video installation and performance by Julien Creuzet
“Tout-Monde Trio Urban Performance”, an inspirational urban show that brings the new generation at the forefront of change.
@R HOUSE WYNWOOD, 2727 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127
Three prominent street artists: Caribbean spray painter Ronald Cyrille, Caribbean slammer Black Kalagan and Miami-Based Street Dancer Stephon Gibson join their talent and energy in this spectacular performance that will bring to life the “Tout-Monde”/ “”Whole-World “ philosophy of Edouard Glissant.
Together they will create on stage a metaphor of our universe in movement, unexpected and interconnected. Together they will celebrate freedom and fraternity. They will invite us to “act in our location and think with the world.”
After the show, the public will be invited to connect directly with the artists via master classes on spray paint, dance and slam.
“I have the Whole-World inside of me” said Edouard Glissant. Do you?
Show curated by Street Art for Mankind, a non-profit platform uniting street artists committed to end children’s trafficking in the world.
Final Caribbean cocktail
Closing Ceremony and Tout-Monde Award
Mr. Clément Leclerc, Consul General of France in Miami
Mrs. Christiane Taubira, Cultural Ambassador of the Festival
Mrs. Sylvie Glissant
Édouard Duval-Carié, Tout-Monde Jury President and Artists
Tout-Monde Award winner
During the Closing Ceremony, the Tout-Monde Jury will choose the winning artist of the Tout-Monde Prize, who will be selected according to the quality of his/her work and his/her reflection on the curatorial theme. The Tout-Monde Prize consists in a one-month art residency at the Fountainhead residency in Miami.
Caribbean short-film program curated by Third Horizon : Vivre! (Martinique | 2013 | Directed by Maharaki | 13 min)