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Formally known as Spoken Soul Productions, Spoken Soul Consultants LLC mission is to assist not-for-profit organizations, the corporations, media outlets and advertisers to better serve, empower and connect with women and our youth.
Led by performance artist Deborah Magdalena, Spoken Soul Consultants LLC curates and produces special events and programming that is entertain with revalance. By collaborating with educational programs, multi-cultural and multi-faceted artists and arts organization, Spoken Soul Consultants LLC is quickly becoming South Florida’s “go to” company when it comes to acquiring talented artists, producing special events and inspiring the community.
Spoken Soul Consultants LLC Services include, but are not limited to:
- Specializes in curating and producing programs and events for women (16yrs old – 55yrs old) and underserved kids (6yrs old – 21yrs old)
- Curate art shows and performance series
- Coordination of special events
- Coordination of multimedia show (online, radio, TV, and film)
- Coordination of performing and visual art based workshops.
- Facilitates sponsorship partnerships
- Access to extensive performance and visual artist rooster and venues
- Specializes in grassroots marketing. Coordination & assistance with social media marketing
SWAN Day/Support Women Artists Now Day is an international holiday designed to showcase the power and diversity of women’s creativity. Be a part of SWAN Day by creating or participating in a local event or online activity that celebrates women artists! There have been over 1,000 SWAN Day events in 23 countries in the first six years of this new holiday. Spoken Soul Festival – SWAN Day Miami has been selected as one of the top 5 cities in the world that celebrates SWAN Day for three years in a row.
Create. Connect. Change the World WomenArts works to empower an international community of women artists and allies by sharing news about inspiring arts projects and opportunities, and by facilitating the annual world-wide Support Women Artists Now (SWAN) celebrations in March and April.
Soulfrito The Urban Latin Music Festival established in 2002 is the Nation’s first and longest running annual Urban Latin music festival that showcases Multi-Cultural popular and emerging artists in the genres of Latin, Urban, Pop and EDM. The only celebration of its kind in the world that provides a platform of expression for Urban Latin music and culture attracting a Multi-Cultural audience primarily consisting of second and third generation Latinos that are predominantly bi-lingual or English speaking. The all day festival consists of live music performances, DJs, live art and digital installations by Multi-Cultural talent. Soulfrito is considered a premier launch pad by talent and industry and has helped launch artists such as Pitbull, Aventura and Wisin Y Yandel to name a few. soulfrito.com
LATINEGRAS is a documentary directed and produced by, LATINEGRA filmmaker and artist – Jessica “Omilani” Alarcón. It features women from throughout the Afro-Latino Diaspora yet the overriding theme is to encourage everyone to love the skin they are in!The documentary includes a phenomenal cast of women such as: Taínegra Marta Cruz (Marta Cruz-Janzen), who coined the term “Latinegras” in an article discussing race & identity in Latin America; Blogueras “Boriqua Chicks” – Raquel & Rebecca; Yovanna Farley, bloguera also known as Blatina360; Milagros Cruz, an Afro-Cuban High-school student, Janelle Martinez, journalist & founder of ‘Ain’t I Latina’; and the founder of the Spoken Soul Festival – actress, poet, and community advocate Deborah Magdalena (FUNKdalena).
O, Miami is an annual poetry festival in Miami, FL. Produced by the University of Wynwood with principal support provided by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, O, Miami creates a series of events and projects with the simple goal of every person in Miami-Dade County finding a poem during the month of April. Mixing traditional readings with innovative poetry-in-public-places projects, the festival weaves poetry into the fabric of the city’s existing infrastructure and cultural life. The inaugural O, Miami was held in April 2011. The next O, Miami will occur in April 2014. For more information, please visit omiami.org
What is 3:05 Cafecito Break? We are Miami’s Official Cafecito Break! JLPR embarked on the ambitious task to make 3:05 the official time for cafecito of Miami-Dade County in April of 2012. In April of 2013, 3:05 Cafecito became official in the City of Miami! The idea came about to unify the Cuban coffee culture and create and on-line community that would enjoy sharing this mutual love for Miami’s nectar. You don’t need to be Cuban to enjoy it or even from Miami but Cuban coffee drinkers understand the culture. The window of a Cuban restaurant is the original social network. It is where, on any hot afternoon, you might find a relative, an old friend, the Mayor of Miami or Dwyane Wade. Sharing a coloda is an act of friendship and solidarity. What is Miami without cafecito? Because we are a proud city that loves cafecito, we feel it is appropriate that 3:05 be proclaimed Miami’s Official Cafecito Break Time. All over Miami, Cuban Cafecito time is catching on! So Miami, let’s kick that “2:30 feeling” at 3:05. Join us as we create a movement of caffeinated awesomeness! Join the movement by liking 3:05 Cafecito on Facebook or followng us on Twitter/Instagram @305Cafecito! Tag your cafecito moments on with #305cafecito and let’s share a cafecito! Until then, nos vemos en la ventanita.
PATH: Preserving, Archiving & Teaching Hiphop, Inc. Scholarship :: Service Learning :: Leadership :: Entrepreneurship PATH uses Hiphop culture and education to advance scholarship (academic achievement), service-learning, leadership and entrepreneurship in underserved communities. Through Hiphop, we inspire, educate and entertain. pathtohiphop.org
Established in 2011, Art Africa’s inaugural exhibition in Overtown Miami was the first of many exhibitions during the Art Basel Miami festivities. The inaugural Art Africa opening set a precedent as the largest showcase of contemporary artists from the African Diaspora during Art Basel and will continue growing with a larger showcase planned for Dec 2-6, 2015 at The Carver Building, 801 NW 3rd Avenue in Miami
“Art has always been a tool to claim space, build power and to question the injustices that have shaped our social experiences,” Neil Hall, Founder. In the world of art and culture, artists are responsible for offering the viewer a chance to challenge society by bringing new meaning to the way we perceive the world.
Miami Art Guide
is the longest-running publication dedicated to promote the arts in Miami. For the past ten years we have successfully engaged thousands of readers in the cultural life of the city, becoming the ultimate source of information about exhibitions, plays, concerts, events, performances, book readings, film screenings, and more. Our readership is made of art enthusiasts, influential, affluent, and sophisticated individuals who nurture one of the most vibrant art scenes in the world.
The Mission of the Little Haiti Cultural Complex (LHCC) is to provide a space that brings together people and ideas to promote, showcase and support Afro-Caribbean culture in South Florida. â€œThe Little Haiti Cultural Complex offers a unique opportunity for residents and visitors to gain exposure to Afro-Caribbean culture, entertain and develop a new talent, and expand their knowledge of the arts. We are committed to providing activities for the community that promotes imagination, creativity, and positive experiences for children and adults throughout the year. with LHCC both the LHCC and City of Miami logo need to appear in description.