We’re pleased to welcome Natty Mark Samuels to host a series of afternoon workshops, using chant, short prose and brain teasers, to celebrate the spiritual significance of the flora of Africa and the Caribbean, part of Rootical Folklore.
Oct 5th (Room 305 – 3.45-5.45pm)
Sisalana Dance: Plants of Caribbean Carnival – Book Now
Oct 12th (Room 305 – 3.45-5.45pm)
The Coffee Bean Chant: Plants of the Female Deities – Book Now
Oct 19th (Room 305 – 3.45-5.45pm)
Evening with Kuya: Plants of the Surinamese Maroons – Book Now
Nov 2nd (Room 305 – 3.45-5.45pm)
The Guavaberry Workshop: Plants of African and Caribbean Christmas – Book Now
The Encyclopedia of Rootical Folklore: Plant Tales of Africa and the Diaspora, by Natty Mark Samuels, was published May 2004, by Scorched Earth Press.