Journey to Mutum: A Cultural Encounter with the Yawanawa Tribe of the Brazilian Amazon

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Miami Theater Center (MTC) as a team with Indigenous Festival is glad to present Adventure to Mutum: a Social Experience with the Yawanawa of the Brazilian Amazon, highlighting customs at no other time found in the Assembled States. From somewhere down in the Amazon timberland of Section of land, Brazil, eight individuals from the Yawanawa Tribe take a voyage from their home to share their hallowed tunes, hereditary move, dialect, and profound legacy. Be among the first to experience this close, unique experience with a culture that lives in genuine concordance with nature.

The individuals from the Yawanawa Tribe who are taking an interest in \”Trip to Mutum\” have prepared with a senior named Paje (shaman) Goodbye who is around 98 years of age – and just a single of two residual older folks of the tribe. Learning is passed down starting with one era then onto the next through the otherworldly start known as the \”Muka Dieta\”. This includes a year-long otherworldly eating regimen and a while of seclusion in the woods where they prepare with their tribal senior – committing themselves to concentrate the profound and stately customs of the tribe.

Notwithstanding the seventy-five moment \”Excursion to Mutum\” involvement with MTC, the Yawanawa will have a \”Family Day\” of tribal recreations, body-painting, narrating, gems making, and moving on the delicious grounds of The Kampong in Coconut Forest. Moreover, a raising support \”Group Supper with the Yawanawa\” will likewise be held at The Kampong. These uncommon occasions are conveyed to us by MTC\’s joint effort with Indigenous Festival, The Kampong of the National Tropical Professional flowerbed, and Florida Worldwide College\’s Program in the Investigation of Otherworldly existence.

MTC has possessed the capacity to set out on a superb trip of Indigenous activities on account of the support of the National Gift for Expressions of the human experience. \”We are extremely thankful for the coordinated effort of the greater part of our accomplices and for the NEA\’s support in helping us manufacture associations with Indigenous individuals from this mainland and others,\” says Stephanie Ansin, MTC\’s organizer and imaginative executive.

The National Gift for Expressions of the human experience (NEA) has affirmed more than $82 million to store neighborhood expressions activities and organizations in 2016, including a Works of art honor of $10,000 to MTC for their venture, \”Indigenous Partners.\” NEA Administrator, Jane Chu, says, \”human expressions are surrounding us, upgrading our lives in ways both unobtrusive and self-evident, expected and surprising. Supporting activities like the one from Miami Theater Center offers more chances to participate in expressions of the human experience each day.\”

Trip to Mutum: A Social Experience with the Yawanawa of the Brazilian Amazon is quite recently section one of the two-section \”Indigenous Partners\” extend. For section two of the venture, MTC teams up with Indigenous Bearing (Local American theater craftsmen Larissa FastHorse of Sicangu Lakota Country and Ty Defoe of the Oneida/Ojibwe tribe) and Houston Cypress of the Miccosukee Tribe. This coordinated effort will incorporate written work and playwriting workshops and a progression of presentations in endeavors to make connections among MTC and nearby groups of Indigenous people groups living in South Florida and their non-Indigenous partners.

Authoritatively propelling its five-city North American visit, Excursion to Mutum: a Social Experience with the Yawanawa of the Brazilian Amazon debuts on the primary stage at Miami Theater Center, September 29th, 2016. Demonstrate times are Thursday, September 29th at 10 am; Friday, September 30th at 10am; and Saturday, October first at 8pm. Suitable for all ages. Tickets: $30 General Confirmation; $25 for Seniors, Understudies w/legitimate I.D. & Kids under 12. Continues will profit the foundation of the Conventional School of Mutum (TSM) in the Mutum Town of Section of land, Brazil for Yawanawa youngsters ages 7-14.

Voyage to Mutum: a Social Experience

with the Yawanawa of the Brazilian Amazon

September 29 – October 1, 2016

Holy music. Tribal move. Encounter the at no other time seen ceremonies of the Yawanawa Tribe of the Brazilian Amazon here on our stage, and be among the first to welcome them to Miami. They will travel from their home to bring an Indigenous festival that is certain to transport you – don\’t miss this unique occasion.

Thursday and Friday, September 29 & 30, at 10am

Saturday, October 1 at 8pm

Suitable for all ages

Tickets: $30 General Confirmation; $25 for Seniors, Understudies w/legitimate I.D. & Kids under 12

Miami Theater Center – MainStage

9806 NE second Road

Miami Shores, FL 33138

For tickets: mtcmiami.org

Call for data: 305-751-9550

RELATED Occasions

Group Supper with the Yawanawa

September 30, 2016

\”Group Supper with the Yawanawa\” is a pledge drive in support of the Conventional School of Mutum.

Friday, September 30 at 7pm

Tickets: $50 per individual. Sponsorship bundles accessible.

The Kampong

4013 Douglas Street

Miami, FL 33133

For tickets: http://www.ictickets.org/get#miami

Call for data: 305-751-9550

Family Day at the Kampong

October 1, 2016

Appreciate communicating with Yawanawa Tribe individuals and encountering their recreations, body painting, music, moving, and gems making encompassed by the rich, tropical patio nurseries of The Kampong.

Saturday, October 1, 10am – 2pm

Tickets: Free with admission to The Kampong

($15 grown-ups; $5 youngsters 4 – 12; 3 and under free)

The Kampong

4013 Douglas Street

Miami, FL 33133

For tickets: http://www.ictickets.org/get#miami

Call for data: 305-751-9550

indigenouscelebration.org

ABOUT NATIONAL Gift FOR Human expressions

Built up by Congress in 1965, the NEA is the free government organization whose subsidizing and bolster gives Americans the chance to partake in expressions of the human experience, practice their creative abilities, and build up their inventive limits. Through associations with state expressions organizations, nearby pioneers, other government offices, and the humanitarian division, the NEA bolsters expressions learning, insists and observes America\’s rich and various social legacy, and extends its work to elevate meet access to expressions of the human experience in each group crosswise over America. This year points the 50th commemoration of the National Gift for Expressions of the human experience and the office is praising this development with occasions and exercises through 2016.

For data call: 305-751-9550

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ABOUT INDIGENOUS Festival

Indigenous Festival, Inc. is a Florida based 501(c)(3) non-benefit organization that was framed in April of 2015 to encourage the trade and protection of the one of a kind culture of Indigenous People groups of North and South America. IC attempts to safeguard special Indigenous Societies by imparting them to individuals in the western world with the goal that we can all observe the esteem and magnificence of Indigenous People groups.

Reserves raised by Indigenous Festival\’s Excursion to Mutum visit will be designated towards setting up the Customary School of Mutum (TSM) in the Mutum Town of Section of land, Brazil for Yawanawa youngsters ages 7-14. The TSM will give nourishment, hotel and school supplies to youngsters taking in their local Yawanawa dialect, customary legends, tribal profound practices and hallowed plant learning, as go down orally from era to era.

ABOUT MIAMI THEATER CENTER

Your Home for Culture and Expressions of the human experience

Driven by Miami local and Masterful Chief Stephanie Ansin, Miami Theater Center makes, creates, and delivers fortifying, moving, and provocative preparations for gatherings of people of any age and capacities. We are focused on giving the absolute best in social esteem to our group, and to guaranteeing that everybody who enters our theater or connects with our association feels the glow of our welcome, and the transformational force of the performing expressions.

MTC\’s drives include: MTCperformance, creative theater, move, and music; MTCeducation, learning open doors for understudies, experts, and individuals from the overall population; and MTCfilm, organizations with O Silver screen and neighborhood film celebrations that transforms MTC into a motion picture theater 100 times each year. For more data, visit www.mtcmiami.org or call 305.751.9550.

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