HAITIANS' PERPSECTIVES ON REBUILDING HAITI

               Watch interviews of Haitian residents speaking with
               AHDH  President  Dr. Yvelyne  Germain-McCarthy,
               herself a native of Haiti.  Learn what they say needs
               to be done in the  aftermath of the 2010  earthquake.
                                                                                     
               
NOW ON YOUTUBE                                Go to
                                                                                     
http://www.youtube.com/user/ygermain33

                          DR. YVELYNE'S HAITI IS BEAUTIFUL, OPTIMISTIC AND RESILIENT !  
                                           
Presented by Collective World Art Community
                                                                              and
                                                      Curated by Dr. Yvelyne McCarthy  
                                           
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 14th, 5 - 8 PM

                       This show presents artwork from and inspired by the culture and geography of Haiti
                                        *  stone sculptures of Gregoire Bleus
                                        *  banana husk greeting cards handmade by Eddy Olivier
                                        *  the artwork of Ludner Confident and John McCarthy     

                                                 On display from April 14 - April 30 2012
                                                                         at the
                                                         Uptown Pop Up Art Gallery
                                                        7835 Maple St. NOLA 70130     

                                          Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 11AM - 4PM    
                                          Opening Reception: Saturday, April 14th, 5 - 8 PM

    Proceeds from this show will go to furthering the cause of the Haitian Association for Human Development
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