Meet Vamonos’ most electric speaker, presenter, M/C, musician, and artist. Learn fun dances and games, along with some live percussion, as you find out how music and mother earth played a key role in offering slaves a respite from slavery.
THEMES: Music, history, anthropology, French
LANGUAGE: >French and English
GROUP SIZE: 10-25 participants
PRESENTERS: Your Vamonos host with our local Martiniquais M/C
DESCRIPTION: Meet Vamonos’ most electric speaker, presenter, M/C, musician, and artist. Learn fun dances and games, along with some live percussion, as you find out how music and mother earth played a key role in offering slaves a respite from slavery.
Learn the importance of music and rhythm in creole cultures.
Discover how slaves fused creole dances, games, and music into agricultural tasks.
Practice your French with a local speaker as you learn some creole as well.
Learn simple and fun creole games and dances.
Discover how percussion played a central role in creole culture overall.
Explore why it’s so important for our speaker to spread old creole culture, music, and traditions to the younger generation.
5 Min:Introduction to Martinique and to our presenter by our host.
25-30 Min: Interactive live games, music, and dance
>5-10 mins: Q & A session
APPROPRIATENESS: This ViWorkshop is appropriate for students ages 8 and up.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This ViWorkshop works best with a live audience and a teacher and students ready to interact with the speaker.
Formats available: ViWorkshop
Interactive session with live presenter with Q&A session.
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