Sip and Paint: Pawòl Granmoun

03.30.17

By Nathalie Jolivert, Communications and Outreach Coordinator at HCX For the series of Black History Month events at Haiti Cultural Exchange, I had the opportunity to lead a Sip and Paint session on Haitian Creole Proverbs. This workshop took place at the cozy Haitian-owned lounge ’33 Lafayette’ in Brooklyn. Haitian Creole Proverbs are very visual […]

Ayiti Toma: The Genesis. To Be Continued.

02.28.17

written by guest author Marie Antoine. HCX kicked off Black History month with the closing reception and artist talk of the visual arts exhibition Ayiti Toma: The Genesis. The event was hosted at the Haitian owned Tapas Wine Bar and Lounge, 33 Lafayette. The lounge provided a cozy and inviting atmosphere which allowed attendees to […]

Lakay se Lakay “Home Sweet Home”| Lakou NOU presentation by Sabine Blaizin

02.27.17

As a Lakou NOU artist in residence, Sabine Blaizin, DJ and community organizer, worked in the neighborhood of Crown Heights and focused on the impact of gentrification on its Haitian-American community. For the first part of her project, Sabine collaborated with Storycorps, an organization that broadcasts stories recorded between two participants as they interview each […]

Haiti Film Fest 2017 | Call for Submissions

02.06.17

Call for Submissions for the Haiti Film Fest taking place May 11-14, 2017. Deadline: February 10th.  More information here: bit.ly/HFFsubmit