South Florida Folklife Center
What do quinceañera celebrations, Trinidadian steelpan music and breakdancing have in common? What about cigar rolling, Brazilian samba and bluegrass jam sessions? Answer: these cultural traditions are examples of the region's folklife. A division of HistoryMiami, the South Florida Folklife Center is committed to documenting, presenting and supporting local traditional arts and culture.
Founded in 1986, the South Florida Folklife Center is a division of HistoryMiami. SFFC is dedicated to documenting, presenting and supporting the region's traditional arts and culture. Learn More
Folklife includes various types of expressive traditions, including music, dance, storytelling, handmade objects, foodways and more. Follow the link below for more information. Learn More
Since its founding in 1986, the South Florida Folklife Center has conducted various field research projects. These projects have lead to the creation of educational products, including research reports... Learn More
Links to folklife resources in Florida and across the United States. See List