Haiti Summer Dance Institue

Haiti Summer Dance Institue

Hotel Oloffson (map)

This is the 13th annual free summer dance institute. This year we are educating 70 children and young adults in yoga, Horton Modern, and Haitian Folkloric dance. The final performance will be held at the renowned Hotel Oloffson on Friday July 27th at 6pm.

One World 2018: JAE Boston Company Performance

One World 2018: JAE Boston Company Performance

Mary Baker Eddy Museum (map)

Join JAE Boston company members and Jean Appolon for this child-centered peformance of Vwayaj at One World, presented by the Mary Baker Eddy Museum.

It’s time for the Mary Baker Eddy Library’s 13th annual One World program—a series of free art and cultural events targeted for children ages 4-12. Each Tuesday morning, we’ll explore a different corner of the globe, with cultural activities from Cambodia, Portugal, Ethiopia, Wampanoag Nation, Haiti, and Peru. Events include live performances, sing-alongs, arts and crafts, storytimes, face painting, and book giveaways—in addition to free admission to the Mapparium®.

To register your group of 10 or more, go to the “Register & Reserve Your Space” tab below. Walk-in visitors/families are welcome daily. No need to register with less than 10 children.

DSNI's 30th Annual Multicultural Festival: JAE Boston Company Performance

DSNI's 30th Annual Multicultural Festival: JAE Boston Company Performance

Mary Hannon Park (map)

Join JAE company dancers and Jean Appolon for an outdoor performance of Vwayaj at the Dudley Square Multicultural Festival.

DSNI has a 30-year track record of using arts and culture to build resident power and resist displacement in the Dudley area of Roxbury and Dorchester. Each year, over 500 adults, youth, and families celebrate our vibrant cultural diversity and vision for change at the #DSNIFestival!

#DSNIFestival highlights include colorful stage performances with an array of traditional music and dances, martial arts, circus, sports, clinics, recreation games, face painting, inflatable entertainment, and a wide array of food and crafts from our vibrant neighborhoods: Cape Verdean, Latino, Afro-Caribbean, African American, Asian, and beyond.

Banboche 2018

Banboche 2018

Arts At the Armory (map)

Come together to celebrate during JAE's second annual Banboche! This social evening will include Haitian-inspired art vendors, a dynamic live dance performance, Haitian music, media from JAE's 2018 Haiti summer Institute AND an opportunity for everyone to let loose on the dance floor.

More details and ticket sales to come soon!