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Tout-Monde Festival: Day 2 at PAMM & MOAD

Part of TOUT-MONDE FESTIVAL

The second day of the Tout-Monde Festival 2019 proposes a series of artistic events for all audiences, artists, adults and teens alike. A professional workshop for artists "Navigating the Miami art world" and the Tout-Monde Teens! program will take place at the Museum of Art and Design. The festival continues at the Pérez Art Museum Miami with a screeening of Caribbean short films, curated by Third Horizon, followed by the outdoor performance and installation YUE#Sorority around climate change.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
Museum of Art and Design
600 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132
Wednesday, Mar. 14th, 2019, 11am-12.30pm

FOR ARTISTS ONLY
“Navigating the Miami art world”  with John Bailly, Professor at FIU

Contemporary platforms that help artists navigate the Miami Art World are vast and varied. Using them effectively, however, can be a challenge as many opportunities often come with pitfalls. Join painter and FIU Honors College professor, John William Bailly, as he explains what is too much and when more is required. Learn how to use social media, how to approach galleries, how to interact with museums, and who your most important partners are.
Bailly is a French-American painter with an MFA from Yale University. He is represented by LnS Gallery


TOUT-MONDE KIDS!
Museum of Art and Design – Community Room
Wednesday, Mar. 14th, 2019, 4-5.30pm

Workshop on Echo-Natures
4-Hands-on Workshop with Guy Gabon

Since 2005, in Guadeloupe and in Reunion Island, Guy Gabon has been proposing several educational projects in order to teach children and teens the importance of giving a second life to our trash. Guy Gabon has been teaching students about Eco Design and table art. She also invented a scenography inspired by the Louvre Museum in Paris.  

The “Yué patchwork” workshop offers children a chance to learn how to cut and sew blue jeans and recycle plastic materials. During this workshop, children will contribute to an artwork for the “Yué#Sorority” art installation and performance that will take place March 14th, 2019, with the participation of volunteer performers.


CARIBBEAN SHORT FILMS curated by Third Horizon
Pérez Art Museum Miami – Auditorium
1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132,

Wednesday, Mar. 14th, 2019, 6-7.30pm

Curated by: Jonathan Ali, THIRD HORIZON 

Q&A with: Fanny Glissant, Film Director and Producer (France) and Ian Harnarine, Film Director (Trinidad & Tobago)

Our Shadows’ Whispers
(Samuel Tanda/Guadeluope/26’/2018) In a small country house, between woods and cane fields, Julia, a young mother, tries to preserve the unity of her family made unstable by an absent and alcoholic father. However, the memory of tragic buried incidents resurface, forcing Julia to confront fears as mysterious as they are worrying.

Enopek
(Khris Burton/Martinique/5’/2018) After the unrestricted use of an insecticide on its banana plantations, Martinique became heavily contaminated. Despite a ban on the insecticide in 1990, the island’s powerful plantation owners lobbied for the right to continue its use for several more years. Enopek is an imaginative exploration of this reality.

La Perla: After Maria
(Clari Lewis/Puerto Rico/22’/2018) La Perla, a famous barrio of San Juan, was not spared the brutality of Hurricane Maria, which in 2017 became the strongest storm to hit Puerto Rico in a hundred years. Three months on from Maria, residents recall the worst event of their lives as they discover both the courage to go on and a new sense of community spirit. Co-produced by the Alliance Française of Puerto Rico. 

Viré
(Hugo Rousselin/Guadeloupe/19’/2016) Isaac, a young Guadeloupean man, is struggling to properly mourn his dead brother, Legba. One day while under the sea spearfishing, Isaac has a vision that takes him to the limits of his subconscious and starts him on a journey of renewal with his origins.

Caroni
(Ian Harnarine/Trinidad and Tobago/8’/2018) In New York City, Rajni is a homesick nanny to an upper-middle-class family. She keeps in touch with her own daughter, Mosaic, back in Trinidad by video-chatting with her. When Mosaic realizes that her mother will not be there for her birthday party, Rajni obsesses over how she can join her.


YUE-SORORITY - Outdoor Performance
Pérez Art Museum Miami, Pérez Art Museum Miami,  États-Unis

Wednesday, Mar. 14th, 2019, 7.30-8.15pm

Yué is the name of all the women who ever invest and occupy with their body a piece of public space. Myriam Soulanges and Anne Meyer found the bodies and gestures of Yué thanks to stories of women met during residencies in French Guiana and Guadeloupe. Those stories are on the verge of being forgotten. Myriam Soulanges and Anne Meyer show a work of feminine/artistic engagement in a tormented context of social movements and climate change. Hurricanes Irma and Maria become an influence on the project, as well as Guy Gabon‘s work. Forced migrations increase women’s vulnerability and exacerbates inequalities. The choreographic thread of “Yué # sorority is reconstructed in each territory with amateur performers. The piece adapts to the context, to the bodies, to the stories of local women to create a common and participative composition of the group.

A climate dance and installation created by: Myriam Soulanges, Anne Meyer and Guy Gabon with the participation of local women communities.

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