Copper Fest is a series of cultural and educational workshops, exhibits, performances, and lectures/ panel discussions that promote human interaction and understanding within the community through art – in appreciation of their differences and in the discovery of their similarities.
Brought to you by Copperbridge Foundation and partners

Copper Fest – Family Fun Day

DanzAbierta – International Premiere of Welcome

Locos por Juana

White Tropical Nights

Familiar Faces (Art Exhibit)

FotoKonbit (Photography Exhibit)

Art of Ceremony (Panel Discussion)

CeramiCommunity

Síntesis

Agape feat. Nadia Harris

Soul of Brass

Afro-Cuban Jewelry Workshop

Misty Grotto

DJ Erick Paredes

Family African Drum Workshop

Yoga Flow with Karmen Plasencia

Haitian Folk Dance Workshop

Salsa Dance Workshop

Voodoo Flag Exhibit

Master Class with DanzAbierta

Noche de Cuentos

Cleansing with Medicinal Herbs

In 2014, Copperbridge Foundation hosted the first Copper Fest which focused on Cuban culture and its African roots encompassing sixteen cultural events throughout venues in the Wynwood Arts District and the Miami Design District of Miami.

Copper Fest 2014 included the following events…

Afro-Cuban band Síntesis: 2 performances

Madre de todos los cubanos: Art Exhibit

Síntesis: Afro-Cuban Music Workshop

DanzAbierta performed Showroom

Creation & Restoration: Lecture

DanzAbierta: Master Dance Class

Síntesis: Afro-Cuban dance class

Contemporary Yoruba – Panel Discussion

Afro-Cuban Jewelry Workshop

Film Screening: Oshun’s 11 & Detrás del muro

Taste for the Arts: Fundraiser Dinner

Postales de la Habana: Art Exhibit by Noel Morera

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