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[Support Haitian Arts] Art & Life: The Spirit of Haiti in In Palm Beach Florida

In January, 2012, Palm Beach State College started presenting the exhibition, “Art & Life: The Spirit of Haiti.” This exhibition show an exciting cross-section of art and craft done by artists of Haitian descent. In the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake, Haiti continues to rebuild, and its people continue to live another day with the hope of a better life. The family and national ties among the Haitian people, both here and elsewhere in the U.S. are strong and resilient. Through artists we can see this strength of character and love of life. Exhibition curated by Onajide Shabaka, director of Artlab33 Art Space.

The Art Gallery at Eissey Campus presents “The Spirit Of Haiti,” January 5 – February 10th.Exhibitions are free and open to the public.  For further information college contact 561-207-5015

Palm Beach State College
 Eissey Campus
3160 PGA Boulevard
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410


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