Post Tagged with: "Bronx Music Heritage Center"

Ghanaian artist Jojo Abot has the largest display in the exhibition which presents accessories and clothing. Her work examines issues such as poverty and cultural identity in the country. (Photo by Hayley Lind via Hunts Point Express)

Africa ‘in Fashion and Fabric’ on Display in the Bronx

African, Bronx, Culture May 26, 2016 at 4:49 pm

African fashion is featured in a Bronx Music Heritage Center exhibition, reports Mott Haven Herald.

Bronxites gather in a circle to share stories about their borough. (Photo by D. J. Constantino for Hunts Point Express)

Celebrating the South Bronx – and Opposing Developers

Bronx, Housing, Real Estate March 22, 2016 at 4:11 pm

An evening of music, singing and storytelling celebrated the Bronx, and a neighborhood whose residents want to remain undeveloped, reports Hunts Point Express.

Jose Fernandez on vocals, left, applauds alongside Roberto Castellon who plays the guitar (right) while Nelida Tirado dances flamenco, right. (Photo by Elena Martinez, courtesy of Bronx Music Heritage Center

Spanish Dance and Moroccan Music in the Bronx

Bronx, North African, Western European September 25, 2015 at 5:17 pm

The intertwined cultures of Spain and Morocco were on display at the Bronx Music Heritage Center, reports The Hunts Point Express.

Masks from carnival celebrations in Puerto Rico were on display at the Bronx Music Heritage Center, as part of a series on Caribbean culture. (Photo via Hunts Point Express)

Unmasking Puerto Rico’s Carnivals

Bronx, Caribbean, Culture, History, Puerto Rican July 25, 2013 at 5:15 pm

As part of a series on Caribbean Carnival in the Bronx, Puerto Rican masks were on display as panelists discussed the significance the masks have on carnival celebrations on the island, reports Hunts Point Express.

Ilu Aye intertwines African and Caribbean sounds. (Photo by Shanice Carr via Hunts Point Express)

Afro-Carib Group Evokes Sounds of Home

African, Bronx, Caribbean, Culture July 23, 2013 at 5:45 pm

The African diaspora influences of music group Ilu Aye kicked off a series of Caribbean-themed events in the Bronx, to the delight of fans who, reports Hunts Point Express, praised the band for their combination of different sounds and reminding them of home.