Art with Caribbean roots inspires this episode of our radio show. Franklin Sirmans, Director of Perez Art Museum Miami, sets the tone, in his conversation with Cathy Byrd about art from the Global South. We’ll introduce the role of Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator, Inc., in nurturing the work of artists of the Caribbean diaspora in Miami and beyond. You’ll hear from Rosie Gordon-Wallace, founder of DVCAI, Haitian-born artist Asser Saint-Val who lives and works in Miami, and artists in residence Gerard Caliste (Houston, by way of New Orleans) Ashley Teamer (New Orleans) and Nadine Hall (Jamaica).
Sound Editor: Guney Ozsan | Special audio features courtesy Los Jaichackers and Jorge Martillo | Photos courtesy featured guests
Related podcast episode: Artist Playlist – Nadine Hall Listens to Diaspora Vibe: Art With Caribbean Roots, Miami’s Caribbean Art Remix, Diaspora Vibe: Art With Caribbean Roots, Franklin Sirmans Introduces Prospect 3 New Orleans
Related Links: Franklin Sirmans, Perez Art Museum Miami, Global South, Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator, Rosie Gordon-Wallace, Asser Saint-Val, Gerard Caliste, Ashley Teamer, Nadine Hall, Los Jaichackers, Jorge Martillo
Contributed by Evelyne Zapata for Fresh Art International