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"My Haiti" (Ayiti Pam Nan) Collection at the Hubert Library Wants You to Become Part of the Exhibition

by Christopher Jimenez on 2018-03-23T10:24:00-04:00

“My Haiti” (Ayiti Pam Nan) is a collection by Haitian artists that combines the culture and colors with the politics of Haiti, inviting viewers into the heart and soul of AYITI (Haiti).

It is a positive response for and by the proud people of Haiti.

We invite you to participate personally by sharing your positive experiences of Haiti and its people at the Hubert Library, March 2nd - April 30th, through interviews or written comments.

The interviews and writings will be incorporated into the current Haitian art exhibition in May.

Interviews – Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays | 10 am–2 pm | in front of the Hubert Library

Written comments, impressions, poems – “My Haiti” stand inside the Hubert Library

If you have questions on how to participate, please reach out to Alexandra De Lara or Jesika Maignan at or by phone at (305) 905-5435 and (786) 266-7387.

In collaboration with the FIU BBC Student Programming Council, the NAIF Arts Institute, and Tande Koze Internet Radio.


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