Lukumi Arts is an interdisciplinary arts collective dedicated to creating innovative projects. Founded (January2008) as an open and growing collective of artists, orisha/palo priests and practitioners, singers, dancers, percussionists, MCs, and producers; we narrate stories that reflect the history, struggles, perserverance and beauty of our community. Amidst a negative array of stereotypes, images and misinformation about Afro-Cuban religions and culture, we communicate the positive, empowering nature of Afro-Cuban arts.
La Sirene: Rutas de Azucar (Sugar Routes)
This Spring we reached our fundraising goal for La Sirene, a installation-performance, and will host a series of community events on re-mapping the Afro-Atlantic at JACK (505 1/2 Waverly Ave. Brooklyn, NY December 1st-4th, 2016. If you missed the chance to donate to our Hatchfund campaign, and would like to contribute, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Healing Spaces Presentation/Panel
Bethany Baptist Church in Newark, NJ/Curated by Dr. Courtney Bryan September 27, 2015