Island Spaces Promises ‘Magic at The Museum!’

(repost from Caribbean National Weekly)

Caribbean culture, with it’s dialect, music, food and dance, has long been an impactful and influential force in Miami-Dade County and the global diaspora. Immigrants from all corners of the region have settled and made their homes in Florida, keeping close the identity and heritage of their origin.

In recognition of Caribbean-American Heritage Month, the Island Society for the Promotion of Artistic and Cultural Education (Island SPACE) will host its virtual global fundraising launch, which will see stars of the culture coming together on Sunday, June 27, at 6pm, for an evening aimed at elevating the profile of Caribbean art, history and culture.

The event, titled ‘Magic at the Museum’, will feature Marcia Griffiths, Jamaica’s former Prime Minister PJ Patterson, Ato Bolden, Kevin Lyttle, Inner Circle and more stars of Caribbean culture. “This is more than just a showcase of talent, it is a high-quality production that tells our story our way,” said Lloyd Stanbury, vice president of the board of directors. “We are bringing the current exhibits and museum themes to life”.

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