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Group 4. Arts, Culture, and Puerto Rican Identity. PRAA: Background Information. Puerto Rican Arts Alliance  PRAA Dedication to preserving culture Founded in 1998 Originally served near Northwest Side. PRAA: Background Information. 4 Mission Principles: Preservation and Promotion

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Group 4
Group 4

Arts, Culture, and Puerto Rican Identity


Praa background information

PRAA: Background Information

Puerto Rican Arts Alliance  PRAA

Dedication to preserving culture

Founded in 1998

Originally served near Northwest Side


Praa background information1
PRAA: Background Information

4 Mission Principles:

  • Preservation and Promotion

  • Understanding and Appreciation

  • Reinforcement

  • Instill Ethnic Pride


Praa background information2
PRAA: Background Information

  • Non-profit organization

  • Wide variety of arts and education services

  • Reach goes beyond Puerto Rican community


Praa background information3
PRAA: Background Information

PRAA Leaders:

  • Carlos Hernandez  Executive Director

  • Juan Mendez  Board Chairman


Praa background information4
PRAA: Background Information

Sponsorship:

  • Illinois Arts Council (IAC)

  • Chicago Park District (CPD)

  • The Chicago Community Trust

  • City of Chicago, Dept of Cultural Affairs

  • City of Chicago, Dept of Family Support Services

  • Chicago Public Schools (CPS)

  • National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)

  • Southwest Airlines

  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)


Praa background information5
PRAA: Background Information

  • Location  3000 North ElbridgeChicago Illinois 60618

  • Email  [email protected]

  • Phone  773-342-8865


Music

Music

George Kiagias



Navi jazz
Navi combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.- Jazz

  • This year IPRAC hosted its third annual Navi-Jazz concert at mambo café.

  • Some of this years artists included Grammy winner Paoli Mejias as well as Antonio Quijano, EndelDueno, and Edgar Abraham along with his Latin Jazz project.


Why important
Why important? combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

  • Music is important to the Puerto Rican community because it allows Puerto Ricans to express themselves and translate aspects of every day life and culture into a form that all Puerto Ricans can relate to.

  • IPRAC reference point for Puerto Rican musical expression.

  • Music preserves culture and reminds people of their homeland.


combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

  • Music leads to dancing, which leads to interaction.

  • It is another important form of communication that can connect people .


The cuatro
The combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.Cuatro

  • The Cuatro is the national instrument of Puerto Rico. It belongs to the lute family of chordophones (string instruments).

  • It is smaller then a guitar and larger than a mandolin.

  • It is thought to be derived from the guitar and is unique to Puerto Rico.

  • called cuatro for originally having four strings.


combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

  • The cuatro was the instrument of the Jibaro, and is used in the singing of Puerto Rican christmas songs.


Genres of pr music
Genres of PR music combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

  • Early music genres consisted of bomba, and jibaro music

  • Carribean influence: bolero, merengue, and salsa

  • Modern- day: Reggaeton

  • Classic Latin Jazz


Problem
Problem combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

  • The problem with Puerto Rican music and any music at that is the fact that as time passes it becomes harder to preserve this aspect of culture.

  • It is important that Puerto Rican youth and even non – Puerto Rican youth continue to keep some of these genres alive so that they exist in the future.


The taino project

The Taino Project combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

School-based program that allows students to work directly with professional artists

Project occurs during Spring Semester

Teaches students art while making cultural connections with the Taino people of Puerto Rico

Not much is known, even less taught about the Taino People of Puerto Rico

PRAA addresses this problem by implementing The Taino Project within school curriculum


The three kings project
The Three Kings Project combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

  • Begins in October with 6 weeks of hands-on arts workshops in public schools

  • This project combines arts learning with culture and history

  • Students learn from local artists about the tradition of the Three Kings Day

  • At the end of the program there is a traditional Three Kings Day celebration for the whole family



Puerto rican arts and crafts
Puerto Rican Arts and Crafts combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

  • José Campeche

  • Francisco Oller

  • Myrna Báez

  • Influences

    • African

    • European

    • Colonial


Praa studio arts program
PRAA- Studio Arts Program combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

  • Culture and Art History

  • Painting, Drawing, Print Making and Sculpting

  • Goal: to provide in-depth arts education and career-training programs for youth while maintaining an open forum for experimentation, collaboration, and dialogue about issues in the arts and local community

  • Helps keep youth away from negative street influence

  • http://www.praachicago.org/studioarts/


Africaribe

AfriCaribe combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

El que no tieneDinga, tieneMandinga


Mission statement and problem
Mission Statement and Problem combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

  • Evaristo Rodriguez

    • The creator of AfriCaribe

    • “ A non-profit organization used to preserve, research, promote, and develop the Puerto Rican and Caribbean culture through music, dance, and theatre”

    • Puerto Ricans culture is fading

    • AfriCaribe wants to give them a space to feel at home

    • Give tools necessary to learn the culture and keep passing it on.

    • Wants everyone, not only Puerto Ricans, to know the Afro Caribbean culture.


History timeline
History & Timeline combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.

  • Afro-Caribbean : People of African Ancestry who reside in the Caribbean Region.

  • During the mid-16th century, demand for African labor increased

  • Slaves worked hard 6 days a week with Sundays off being their only free day

  • From their gathering music genre, bomba evolved (1800).

  • Bomba was a way of making themselves feel better during their difficult times.

  • Bomba is a relationship between the drummer and dancer.

  • Rules are followed, but different rhythms can be added.

  • AfriCaribe has been intact since the year 2000 and has had performances for 11 years now.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFOKgsgbNHM


This is what we do and we do it with our hearts
“This is what we do and combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture. we do it with our hearts.”

  • Solution so that people do not forget about their ancestors is to come together and keep celebrating cultural traditions

  • Their mission: They want to be able to give knowledge to people and from that be able to share. They believe they are organizing the community by giving people space to call their own.

  • The AfriCaribe organization wants to be able to give the opportunity for people to learn who they are through dancing, singing

  • http://www.africaribe.net/


U pcoming events
U combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.pcoming Events

All of the festivals celebrate the art of improvisation and its many Afro-Caribbean music. The festival features both local and touring talent from New York and Puerto Rico

2ndannual Afro Caribbean improvised music festival.

  • December 12, 2012 at 8:30pm

    Tribute to Chamaco Ramirez featuring Pupy Cantor a free event at Old Town School of Folk Music located at 4544 N. Lincoln.

  • December 13, 2012 at 8:00pm on MayneStage 1328 W. Morse the event of Henry Cole & The Afrobeat collective will be taking place price to be a part of is $15.

  • December 14, 2012 at 9pm $10/$15 at the Bottom lounge located on 1375 West Lake the Orchesta El Macabeo will be taking place; as well the same event will be taking place on Sunday December 16, 2012 at 6pm same prices but at the Willowbrook Ballroom located on 8900 S. Archer Ave. Willow Springs, IL.

    The 2nd Afro-Latin Record Collectors’ Fair and Exhibit

  • December 15, 2012 3:30 pm free event located on 914 North California.

  • Same location the SRBCC’s traditional traveling parranda will be taking place and to be a part of that event it will be a donation of $5.

  • At the AfriCaribe cultural center located on 2547 West Division St. Paseo Boricua, Chicago is the Bambazo and Parranda starting at 8pm.


Performances
Performances combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.


This is what we do and we do it with our hearts1
“This is what we do and combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture. we do it with our hearts.”

  • Solution so that people do not forget about their ancestors is to come together and keep celebrating cultural traditions

  • Their mission: They want to be able to give knowledge to people and from that be able to share. They believe they are organizing the community by giving people space to call their own.

  • The AfriCaribe organization wants to be able to give the opportunity for people to learn who they are through dancing, singing

  • http://www.africaribe.net/


U pcoming events1
U combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.pcoming Events

All of the festivals celebrate the art of improvisation and its many Afro-Caribbean music. The festival features both local and touring talent from New York and Puerto Rico

2ndannual Afro Caribbean improvised music festival.

  • December 12, 2012 at 8:30pm

    Tribute to Chamaco Ramirez featuring Pupy Cantor a free event at Old Town School of Folk Music located at 4544 N. Lincoln.

  • December 13, 2012 at 8:00pm on MayneStage 1328 W. Morse the event of Henry Cole & The Afrobeat collective will be taking place price to be a part of is $15.

  • December 14, 2012 at 9pm $10/$15 at the Bottom lounge located on 1375 West Lake the Orchesta El Macabeo will be taking place; as well the same event will be taking place on Sunday December 16, 2012 at 6pm same prices but at the Willowbrook Ballroom located on 8900 S. Archer Ave. Willow Springs, IL.

    The 2nd Afro-Latin Record Collectors’ Fair and Exhibit

  • December 15, 2012 3:30 pm free event located on 914 North California.

  • Same location the SRBCC’s traditional traveling parranda will be taking place and to be a part of that event it will be a donation of $5.

  • At the AfriCaribe cultural center located on 2547 West Division St. Paseo Boricua, Chicago is the Bambazo and Parranda starting at 8pm.


Performances1
Performances combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.


The history behind ruiz belviz
The History behind Ruiz combining elements of the African, Spanish, and Caribbean culture.Belviz

  • Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural center was made in 1971 by activists and community volunteers. The center was named after Segundo Ruiz Belvis; an abolitionist who fought for the independence of Puerto Rico .


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AHJbf1MOI4&playnext=1&list=PLFB3C635F0F0293F2&feature=results_videohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AHJbf1MOI4&playnext=1&list=PLFB3C635F0F0293F2&feature=results_video


Upcoming events
Upcoming Events http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AHJbf1MOI4&playnext=1&list=PLFB3C635F0F0293F2&feature=results_video

  • These events go on from December 12-16

  • 2nd Afro-Latin Record Collectors' Fair and Exhibit on Saturday, December 15, 2012 - 4:00 PM FREE 914 Studio - 914 N. California, Chicago IL

  • SRBCC's Traditional Traveling ParrandaSaturday, December 15, 2012 - 4:00 PM - $5 Studio 914 - 914 N. California


Purpose
Purposehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AHJbf1MOI4&playnext=1&list=PLFB3C635F0F0293F2&feature=results_video

Many Puerto Ricans are unaware or have forgotten about their African roots.

SOLUTION: Through this program they create awareness of their culture and how it defines them as Puerto Ricans. They not only want to make adults and the youth aware but they also want the future generations to know about their ancestors and their culture.

  • to preserve and promote appreciation of the culture and arts of Puerto Rico, specifically its African heritage.

PROBLEM:

MISSION:


Here and there
Here and There http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AHJbf1MOI4&playnext=1&list=PLFB3C635F0F0293F2&feature=results_video

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcRniHhJEQ0 Children dancing the bomba in Puerto Rico, where the tradition is being taught to the younger generation.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeVenOW5jWU&list=UL A child named Valerie being taught how to dance the bomba.


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