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Our group started in 2015 to offer South Florida a cultural experience of the lesser known folk arts of Mexico, for example, the Pre-Columbian, Son Jarocho, and Son Tixtleco traditions.
We present a variety of shows with live music, dancers, life sized puppets, elaborate traditional costumes, storytelling, and theater.
We are dedicated to education and passing on our traditions to the youth, so our group encompasses families with children as young as five, and grandmothers.
A Sample of Our Experience
African-American Research Library in Fort Lauderdale
Coconut Grove Art Festival
History Miami Museum (Artists in Residence)
Miami Dade Libraries
West Palm Beach Libraries
Phone: Nalleli Ponce (305) 807-7841, or Jenny (786)316-7979
Facebook: Ameyal Mexican Cultural Organization