New FIU Exhibit Honors Female Role Models Through Art

Written by Jonel Juste for Artburst Miami

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Florida International University (FIU) is presenting “Mama, G-Ma, and Nana: Diamonds in the Sky” at its Miami Beach Urban Studios. This exhibit runs through March 28, 2023, and honors the role models in the lives of the artists Elyssa Llanso, Anna Goraczko, and Tori Scott.

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Jazz In The Gardens Has Evolved And So Has Its Lineup Of Musical Acts

by Jonel Juste for Artburst Miami

Hailed as a celebration of Black music and culture, Jazz in the Gardens (JITG) will align performers such as Jill Scott, Jodeci, Ari Lennox, El Debarge, and Adam Blackstone on Saturday; and Erykah Badu, Sean Paul, Mike Phillips, Chandler Moore, Kierra “Kiki” Sheard and Pastor Mike Jr. on Sunday.

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The Third Annual Afro-Carib Festival, A Celebration Of African And Caribbean Cultures

Written by Jonel Juste for Artburst Miami

Billed as the place where Black History Month meets Reggae Month, the Afro-Carib festival, presented by Visit Lauderdale, aims to celebrate the rich cultural heritage that has evolved from a shared bond rooted in African origins.

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‘The Gaze Africana’ Showcases Work By 21 International Black Artists

Written By Jonel Juste for Artburst Miami

This story also features on WLRN and Miami New Times

Its name is a fusion of two words, Africa and kinship. For Black History Month 2023, AfriKin is presenting “The Gaze Africana,” an art exhibit showcasing the work of artists inspired by the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., the African American icon and civil rights movement leader.

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Il était une fois la Dictée des Amériques en Haïti

Article repris du site Rezo Nodwes

La Dictée des Amériques était une fameuse compétition internationale d’orthographe qui se déroulait au cours des années 90 et 2000 au Québec. C’était à la fois un concours d’orthographe et une émission télévisée. Cette dictée réunissait des gens de tous les pays du monde francophone et même au-delà. Parmi ces pays, Haïti envoyait ses représentants au pays du sirop d’érable chaque année.

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Jonel Juste, tout par et pour la poésie

Par Jean Rony Charles (KafouNews)

Le site KafouNews a réalisé une belle interview avec nous au sujet de Carrefour Poésie, un podcast où nous lisons des poèmes d’auteur de divers horizons et suivi par plus de 6000 personnes. Voici l’article rédigé par le journaliste et poète carrefourois Jean Rony Charles.

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My Conversation with an Artificial Intelligence (AI)

By Jonel Juste

Have you heard of ChatGPT? It is a powerful AI language model developed by the team at OpenAI. It is capable of generating human-like text on a wide range of topics and has been used in a variety of applications such as chatbots, content generation, and language translation. It’s the search engine that could one day replace Google. It’s a conversational AI that can also solve problems, suggest marketing strategies, and write codes. You ask it a question and it answers it.

As ChatGPT can hold an entire conversation, I talked with it for a while on December 20, 2022. Among other topics, we discussed the future of mankind, AI’s potential and dangers, Star Trek, and Singularity. I discovered that ChatGPT knows Haitian Creole (a little bit).

Surprisingly, ChatGPT didn’t know Argentina won the World Cup 2022. It stated that this event had not yet taken place. Either this AI hasn’t been updated or, hear me out, it’s a Brazil fan.  

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New Mind-Bending Paradoxical Museum Opens in Miami

By Jonel Juste for Artburst Miami

A new kind of museum opened in Miami on December 1 during Miami Art Week. It’s the Paradox Museum, located right in Wynwood.Described as a “mind-bending indoor venue”, the new attraction in town promises a “wow” experience. The new museum certainly messes – in a good way- with our minds; some could even say it is a bit… tricky.

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« Astres et Désastres  » de Jonel Juste, une autre perspective du retour

Par Lord Edwin Byron (Sibelle Haiti)

« Sous d’autres ciels, le monde est un immense écho

Des ciels délaissés, oubliés

Ailleurs le ciel n’est pas plus bleu mais plus calme et plus serein

L’exil vaudrait-il le voyage ?

On rêve d’aller voir ailleurs l’azur des autres horizons »

Je me rappelle la sortie du recueil de poèmes de Jonel Juste intitulé « Carrefours de nuit ». Je ne peux en aucun cas nier l’effet que ce recueil a eu sur moi. C’était un travail qui valait bien la peine d’être découvert par un lecteur de poésie.

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Spectrum And Red Dot Return To Mana Wynwood For Miami Art Week

By Jonel Juste for Artburst Miami

As “two fairs under one roof,” Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami will return to the Mana Wynwood Convention Center on November 30th and December 4th. The twin fair will display artworks from galleries, publishers, emerging or established artists. This annual cultural event will also feature live demonstrations, special exhibits, and street art installations.

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