Tout-Monde Teens!

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Within the Tout-Monde Festival, a dedicated education program for the youth, Tout-Monde Teens!, is proposed by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the USA, with the support of its official partners.

Public
* School and college students from 11-19 years old
* Larger public and Families

Objectives
* Raise the awareness of youth and students about the French Caribbean region, art and culture, in dialogue with local Caribbean Miami-based artists (from Haiti, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Columbia, )
* Make the students discover French Caribbean authors, artists and history
* Teach students some basic notions and words in French
* In the longer term, create partnerships between schools and colleges in Florida and the French Caribbean

Day 2 – Friday, March 2nd – Wolfsonian Museum
1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
www.wolfsonian.org

5PM-6PM: “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.
Show open through March 4th.

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Day 3 – Saturday, March 3rd– Little Haiti Cultural Center
212 NE 59th Terrace, Miami,
www.littlehaiticulturalcenter.com

11AM-5PM: “Watch out, Soukounyan! A workshop to create your own storyboard on a famous Caribbean legend”.
Workshop led by Guillaume Lorin, animated film director from Guadeloupe who realized the movie Vanille, in partnership with Édouard Duval-Carrié, Haitian-American artist who realized a series on Soukounyan.

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Day 3 – Saturday, March 3rd – Wolfsonian Museum
1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
www.wolfsonian.org

5PM-6PM: “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.
Show open through March 4th.

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Day 4 – Sunday, March 4th– R House Wynwood
2727 NW 2nd Ave, Miami

4.30PM-6PM: “Tout-Monde Trio Urban Performance”, an inspirational urban show that brings the new generation at the forefront of change.

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.

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