Black History Month 2017

Join Haiti Cultural Exchange in a series of events celebrating Haitian Culture as it morphs with African-American realities.

Ann Pale | Café Conversations

Join Haiti Cultural Exchange for our recurring public forums with a person of interest in our community. These discussions are designed to provide a glimpse into the person’s life, interests, inspirations, and work.

Guests range from authors, musicians, and dancers to chefs, photographers, and storytellers offering audiences a dynamic perspective on what’s happening in the world of Haitian art & culture today.

Lakou NOU Artist Residency Program

This project provides four artists of Haitian descent with the opportunity to create and present new work by connecting their skills and talents to four traditionally underserved Brooklyn neighborhoods, home to generations of Haitians and Haitian-Americans: Crown Heights, Canarsie, East Flatbush, and Flatbush.

HCX | Boutik

Make sure you check out the HCX | Boutik for fantastic items by Haitian artisans based in the US and Haiti! Featured merchandise include masks, mosaic bottles & paintings from Art Creation Foundation for Children in Jacmel, unique tobacco leaf houseware from the Artisan Business Network, Manny’s Sister vèvè totes and hand-dyed scarves, Gade Sa clutches, rare Haitian CDs, DVDs, and much more!

See Our Past Events!

Check out our archives! See event photos and read reviews here.

About Our Programs

We seek to enrich the cultural landscape of New York City by developing, presenting and promoting a wide array of quality visual and performing arts, as well as educational and public affairs programs including:

  • Performing Arts
  • Visual Arts
  • Literary Arts
  • Youth Development
  • Artist Development
  • Public Forums
  • Community Building
  • Resources & Referrals
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