(Miami New Times)
The off-season is a time to reconnect with Miami's homegrown creative talents. Among the many colorful communities that make up South Florida's diverse cultural landscape, Haitian art is often overlooked. This weekend the Opa-locka Community Development Corporation (OLCDC) is hosting the fourth phase of their Meta series, located at the ARC (Arts & Recreation Center) looking to celebrate the island nation's contributions to the local art scene. The event caps off May as Miami-Dade County's Haitian Awareness Month– incorporating film and visual arts into a one-day bash.