Artistic Director Robert Negron will lead this workshop in a discussion format looking at why and how artists are uniquely suited to work cross-culturally for productive, sustainable progress in Haiti. Robert will touch on his experiences in Haiti, Indy Convergence's relationship with a Haitian community center and share parts of his conversations with Haitians and aid workers from around the world.
Each artist will introduce their piece and present a 5-10 minute segment as a work in progress.
The story of Haiti's independence comes alive on Flag Day, and can teach us all something
HAI needs help to pay for the new center.
Speaker Brian Bosma has made several mission trips to Haiti. To what effect?
Fran Quigley says: Jistis ak reparasyon! Justice and reparations!
What is the motivation of religious organizations in public health?
Commemorate the losses of the 2010 Earthquake & discuss Haitians in Indy
Indy church partnering with Presbyterians in Gonaives & Docine
Hooray for Dr Chuck, Matt, and all of the friends of Timmy! Two hundred fifty thousand well-deserved dollars.
Amy shared about MTB Ayiti and how it could transform Haiti's economy.
What positive is happening in Haiti? How are Hoosiers connected? How can be part of these positive things?
"...and the race ends in the southern beach city of Jacmel, just in time for the city’s wild and creative Carnival."
Realize the vision of the Haitian people in restoring hope and giving a voice to a county that has for so long been silenced.
Evan Torline plans enjoy sandy beaches and palm trees, if he has any down time from analyzing stool samples
Of the groups at an original Juneteenth celebration, the Haitian kids provided the best entertainment.
HopeMob features stories about the possibility to make a difference,including an Indianapolis/Haiti basketball project
It was a night of beauty and magic at the Athenaeum ArtSpace's First Friday of May.
An opening of Haitian-inspired art, the celebration of Haitian Flag Day and the opening of a Haitian Community Center.
NUVO's plugs for Jan Nou Wè L, where DJ Kyle of Cultural Cannibals will play music he talks about in his article "Haiti's vodou punk."
A close second for best Haiti First Friday event is the celebration of their Haiti project by Indy Convergence.
8 students and 4 faculty members from Metropolitan High School go on a life-changing mission trip to Haiti.
May saw a new Haitian community center + Haitian Flag Day.
It’s official, the Indy Star says Provocate—Haiti’s upcoming art show was one of the top 5 events of May.
Jon Bannon explains why he and his wife are going to Haiti as non-medical volunteers on a medical mission.
Provocate likes the idea of the Indianapolis Museum of Art's event March 22. But there's more.
HS students from Zionsville head to Haiti to put on soccer clinics, build a soccer club & change lives of Haitians & Hoosiers.
If you are looking for specific groups, articles that have been published on Provocate—Haiti...
Many Haitians are alive today because Max Wright and Bill Farrar first met one another by chance.
For its Valentine's Day issue, NUVO features the love affair between Indy and Haiti.
Amy King reflects on the impact one person can make — on Haitians and on Hoosiers.
Important work St. Malachy Church of Brownsburg has been carrying out with Ste. Marguerite Parish in Port Margot, Haiti.
Thanks to Doug Taylor and Habitat for Humanity of Lafayette for this report from Léogâne.
Although it had no projects in Haiti in January of 2010, Timmy Global Health made an immediate impact.
"John Clark wants to help Hoosiers be in the right place at the right time"
Across the country groups are drawing attention to violence against women in Haiti
We met Nan Greg Howland in the summer of 2010. Greg tells us what has happened since then
When a young person encounters the world they have been reading about firsthand…everything changes
Steve Zentner's dream: a sustainable in-country medical clinic for Belle-Riviere
2 Indiana high schools teach science, technology, engineering & math by designing water filtration systems for Haitians
IU-Indy law prof is representing 5,000 victims of the cholera epidemic that has swept across Haiti in the past year.
It was a conversation at the Athenaeum that has provoked dozens of conversations
A comprehensive list of organizations that are or should be part of visiting Haiti.
GoW has an established model for partnering with those rural communities in Haiti
Valparaiso-based Kids Alive has been giving hope and education in Haiti since 2002.
Humanitarian goods for effective and healthy living, and athletic equipment for fair and safe competition.
Promote the welfare of the Belle-Rivière community either through the Catholic parish or local community leaders.
Teams travel to villages to treat basic physical needs & offer a preventative health education class
Indiana ranks 1st in Haitian twinning, with about 63 churches involved
The Haitian Association of Indiana represents the 3000+ Haitians living in Central Indiana
St. Luke's UMC sent many mission trips to Fondwa in Haiti before and after the earthquake
A diverse community seeking to engage in significant life and faith questions in order to foster transformative action.
Helping the growth and development of its sister Church in Haiti, St. Joseph Church of Pendus