Mizik Ayiti 2017 Recap!

10.12.17

This year’s Mizik Ayiti Summer series kicked off with Lakou NOU + Mizik Ayiti on Friday, June 30, 2017. The evening featured a joint performance by pioneer Lakou NOU residents Sabine Blaizin, Rodney ‘Okai’ Fleurimont, and Veroneque Ignace, featuring musicians Jean Frenel Misere and Jean Montina of Kriyol Dance! Collective. The 2017 Lakou NOU Cohort was announced […]

Rediscovering Art, Culture, and Heritage: Stanley Delva, Communications Intern

10.11.17

My interest in joining the Haiti Cultural Exchange (HCX) team began with my first trip to Haiti during the Spring of 2017. As a Haitian American, born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, the prospect of finally getting to visit my “Motherland” was exciting. Despite being there only four days, I was able to immerse […]

From Dance to Community Practice: Veroneque Ignace, Programs Coordinator

10.10.17

A public health practitioner, Haitian feminist theorist, participatory arts researcher, and alum of SUNY Downstate School of Public Health, I use dance and writing to merge my passion for public heath, global health, and community organizing. My launching pad is built upon the notion that health issues and disparities are not simply a result of poor […]

Haiti Film Fest 2017 Recap!

06.08.17

Haiti Film Fest 2017 By Destiny Jackson – Communications & Outreach Coordinator Through over 25 shorts, documentaries and narrative features in just four days, Haiti Film Fest 2017 was an epic cinematic adventure! It was wonderful to see so many members of the HCX community, and new faces as well, at the festival’s screenings, panels […]