On Sunday, January 10, 2016, the New York Haitian Promoter’s Coalition, NYHPC, will be commemorating the 6th Anniversary of the Haiti Earthquake with an evening of fine art, exceptional music, traditional dancing and exquisite poetry at Queens Museum at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York.
“When we launched NYHPC we wanted to embrace the diversity within our community, that meant our music of course, but also our food, art and heritage. The Memoirs of the Diaspora exhibit is another way for us to showcase our culture while staying true to the NYHPC mission of bringing exceptional, quality events back to New York,” says NYHPC committee member, Nadege Fleurimond.
This free event caters to art and music lovers of all ages. Highlighting art pieces by artists such as, Patricia Brintle, Carolle’s Closet, Jerry McGeorges, Fritz St. Jean, Jean Eddy Remy, Gracie Xavier, Sophia Domeville and Ludwig Borgella, the “Memoirs of the Diaspora” Art and Cultural Exhibit will also feature an unplugged performance by the ever popular group Harmonik, as well as Monvelyno Alexis.
Sponsored by Creole Girls Rock, Cutting Edge Real Estate and Sweets by Alize, this cultural event is a great way to start the New Year with a touch of class.
Who: The New York Haitian Promoter’s Coalition, LLC
What: Memoirs of the Diaspora Art & Cultural Exhibit
Where: Queens Museum – Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, NY 11368
When: Sunday, January 10, 2016 from 4pm to 7pm