The Kissidugu Foundation is proud to present Camp Merveilles, first started in 2003 in Colorado. Named after Les Merveilles, the preeminent Drum and Dance Company from Guinea, the camps are hosted by Gabriel Fara Tolno, in tribute to his mentor, the companies legendary Director, Kemoko Sano. Camp Merveilles brings world class artisans from all around the African Diaspora to share their cultural arts and heritage. With classes for all ages and abilities, this is an opportunity to study, connect, and celebrate through music, dance, and dialogue.
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MAY 13th-15th, 2016
. This gathering, hosted in partnership with Wofa Afro Fusion Dance and Fara Tolno of the Kissidugu Foundation, will welcome artists to share in the spirit of African drum, dance and song. The conference aims to impart a deeper understanding of the African culture both through dance and drum lessons, but also through panel discussions with our guest artists. This is an event you don’t want to miss! Please join us! More information soon. CLICK HERE FOR UTAH PAGE.
August 2nd-7th, 2016
Flagstaff, Arizona is becoming the new home of the annual Camp Merveilles Colorado conference. It will be a “camp” experience set in a beautiful location. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!
We can’t wait to see you in Arizona!
November 2nd – 6th, 2016
Kissidugu Foundation and Lavaroots Performing Arts present the fourth annual Merveilles Hawai’i. We have a new beautiful location: Iole: http://www.kohalainstitute.org
Registration and more information will be available Mid May, PLAN NOW! Aloha!
Camp Merveilles is the longest on-going program operating under the current non-profit of the Kissidugu Foundation. If you would like to support these programs to continue the sharing of the cultural arts of Guinea in the United States please donate online below or send a check or money order to “Camp Merveilles” P.O. Box 20894 Boulder, CO 80308. All donations are greatly appreciated! You can also donate to support the creation of The Kissidugu School of Dance, Music & Education in Guinea, West Africa. Please click HERE for more information. Inuwali!! (Thank you)
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