Pièce De Résistance: Haitian Artist’s Work Explores Life
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Pièce De Résistance: Haitian Artist’s Work Explores Life

WATERLOO — Pascale Monnin doesn’t have to search for artistic inspiration. She finds it in the simple act of living. With eyes wide open to gaze with wonder…

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Restored Gala to help raise funds for sexual violence victims in Haiti
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Restored Gala to help raise funds for sexual violence victims in Haiti

A charity event in Kokomo this weekend will help restore hope to victims of sexual violence in Haiti. Local nonprofit Nadege Inc. will be hosting its second annual…

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Leyla McCalla to bring Creole folk to Center Theater
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Leyla McCalla to bring Creole folk to Center Theater

Leyla McCalla takes over downtown Escondido’s Center Theater at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido in support of her new critically acclaimed album “A Day for the…

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Haitian art sale, auction fuels work of Vassar Haiti Project
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Haitian art sale, auction fuels work of Vassar Haiti Project

Original works of art, handcrafts and accessories by Haitian artists and artisans will be featured at an annual art sale and auction this weekend at Vassar College. The…

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VIII Games of La Francophonie : Between medals hope and disappointment
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VIII Games of La Francophonie : Between medals hope and disappointment

As part of the cultural component of the 8th Games of La Francophonie, held in Abidjan (the capital of Ivory Coast) until July 30, 2017, our 10 Haitian…

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New Exhibit Chronicles Haiti Films of Two VT Artist-Activists
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New Exhibit Chronicles Haiti Films of Two VT Artist-Activists

Independent curator Margaret Coleman first met longtime Burlington activist and filmmaker Robin Lloyd in December 2015, when they were seated side by side at a women’s dinner hosted…

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Haiti through Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Carl Juste’s eyes
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Haiti through Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Carl Juste’s eyes

Carl Juste could not silence his inner voice calling him to become a photographer. For the past three decades, Juste has traveled the world using photography to tell meaningful…

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