Rasin Lakay features Coralie Noisette


The Shadow Self “The project, “Shadow Self: Transforming Fear into Light”, is inspired by one’s internal exploration around self-identity, personal growth, and the higher consciousness. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve all been confronted with amplified stress and confusion encouraging us to reevaluate our external and inner worlds. Personally, I’ve been faced with internal conflicts and […]

HCX Rasin Lakay Installation


HCX Rasin Lakay Installation Haiti Cultural Exchange presents RASIN LAKAY: A site specific installation featuring works by Pyelila, Steven Baboun, Rejin Leys, Richard Louissaint, and Marie St. Cyr. Held in partnership with the Westbrook Memorial Garden & Brooklyn Queens Land Trust, with funding support from the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. […]

“Migration” by Madjeen Isaac


“Migration” by Madjeen Isaac “Migration” is a community mural by Haitian American artist Madjeen Isaac. The design visualizes the journey of immigrant residents to the Flatbush neighborhood and the ways in which they carry the legacy of their ancestors. This beautiful mural was commissioned by Haiti Cultural Exchange with support from the NYC Department of […]

Rasin Lakay features Joanne Petit-Frère


Braid.Cora Quarantina Joanne Petit-Frère’s latest directorial work — a re-opening of [Braid.Cora Quarantina] — is a short, docu-film performance that chronicles the artist’s studio practice as well as her drag-queen-teaching-mascot- process stemming from hair & art production house, JoGoesWest. She performs as BraidCora Quarantina. Her latest collection of hair-braided sculptures created during quarantine highlights, a […]