HCX Collaborations | Creative Aging Program at the Brooklyn Public Library

02.10.16

Haiti Cultural Exchange is pleased to announce a new collaboration with Brooklyn Public Library for community members over 50 years of age, Creative Aging. Teaching artist, Riva Precil, will lead participants on a visual exploration of Haitian arts and culture through painting, collage, mask-making and beading. The program will run for 10-weeks at the Canarsie […]

HCX’s new team member: Culture & Community in Crown Heights – by Sarah Evers, Fundraising Intern

01.21.16

I moved to New York for school, leaving my hometown of Oakland, California behind as I willingly chose to live in a city known for freezing winters and humid summers. I packed my bags for New York University, where I would begin my studies in the field of Art History. I enrolled in the classes […]

Ti Atis | Introducing Teaching Artist Richard Louissaint – by Jessica Tong, Programs and Outreach Coordinator

01.21.16

Our Ti Atis at P.S. 189, Bilingual Center are at it again!  Joining us for another 10-week arts residency is Richard Louissaint, photojournalist.  Born in Montreal, Quebec to two loving Haitian parents, the Louissaint family migrated to New York City when Richard was very young. Growing up in Queens, he was exposed to a wide […]

Introducing the HCX Artist Directory: An Online Platform Showcasing Diverse Creative Talents of the Haitian Diaspora

01.12.16

You’re Invited to Join the HCX Artist Directory   HCX’s mission is to develop, present, and promote Haitian Arts & Culture in New York City. Supporting artists of the Diaspora is a huge part of this work.  HCX Receives requests for artist recommendations from a wide range of entities, including prominent cultural institutions and schools. In […]