Vania André

Emoticons Revolutionized with Latest Emoji App
Features

Emoticons Revolutionized with Latest Emoji App

By Vania Andre

Emojis are being taken to the next level by three Haitian Americans, with the latest evolution of the emoticon apps.

Lingoji, a new emoji app that interjects cultural sayings with expressive charactertures was developed by Patrice V. Gervais, David-Georges Renaud, and Gerald Brun.

Haitian Artist’s Work To Be Featured In Boston Street Piano Exhibition
Arts & Culture, Boston

Haitian Artist’s Work To Be Featured In Boston Street Piano Exhibition

By Vania Andre

BOSTON, MA –Mattapan native, Marjorie Saintil-Belizaire, was selected to participate in Play Me, I’m Yours, Luke Jerram’s popular public art installation that is making its return visit to Boston this fall, courtesy of Celebrity Series of Boston. The Haitian-American artist is one of sixty artists that were selected to have their work featured in the public art installation.

Ensuring a piece of the pie: Strengthening women economic opportunity in Haiti
Haiti, Women & Children

Ensuring a piece of the pie: Strengthening women economic opportunity in Haiti

By Vania Andre

Twenty-eight year old Vionise Fortuna used to make her living selling paper napkins and plastic cups to merchants near the Haitian-Dominican border. With little training and skills on hand to leverage, finding a secure job, in a male-dominated country with high rates of unemployment seemed impossible. However, one day her luck would change after being recommended to a program for vocational training for women in Haiti.

Haitian experience highlighted in Miami Book Fair
Arts & Culture, South Florida

Haitian experience highlighted in Miami Book Fair

By Vania Andre

This March, the annual Miami Book Fair is launching a series of events inspired by Edwidge Danticat’s “Brother, I’m Dying,” a novel that examines her family’s experience with immigration and life in a politically-troubled Haiti. The programs, which range from intimate conversations with journalists to movie screenings, are a part of The Big Read, a literary event sponsored by the National Endowment of the Arts to celebrate reading and Haiti.

Haiti Cultural Center Celebrates Black History Month With Voodoo Symbol Exhibition
Arts & Culture, South Florida

Haiti Cultural Center Celebrates Black History Month With Voodoo Symbol Exhibition

In celebration of Black History Month, the Little Haiti Cultural Complex (LHCC), along with Lobey Art and Travel and Future Roots Collective, launched Symbols of Freedom: The Power of Revolution, an exhibition that explores the “significance of the Veve symbols” in the success of the Haitian Revolution.

The exhibition, which runs from Feb. 1 to Mar. 12, features works from Haitian visual artist Florestal Evens.

“Quake” A Story of Hope and Horror In Haiti
Arts & Culture

“Quake” A Story of Hope and Horror In Haiti

By Vania Andre

The earthquake that rolled through Haiti six years ago represented one of the most devastating natural disasters in modern history. It’s impact was profound with more than 200,000 dead, millions displaced and an estimated $13 billion in damages. Will Loiseau’s “Quake: Hope and Horror In Haiti” follows Jean Carmelo and his parents as they travel to Haiti for his grandmother’s funeral two days before the earthquake in 2010.

Uncategorized

Thank You From Haitian Times!

Dear friends, Thank you for those of you who have subscribed to Haitian Times since we’ve changed to a paid platform. We are happy to see that the community values the work that we do. As the year comes to an end, we are reminded of the successes we’ve had this past year. We’ve added…

1 2 3 6
RECENT COMMENTS
FlICKR GALLERY