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Haiti - Culture : Launch of the project «Woman Street Art : for an inclusive urbanization»
08/03/2020 10:41:21

Haiti - Culture : Launch of the project «Woman Street Art : for an inclusive urbanization»
As part of the celebration of International Women's Day (March 8), the Collective For the Promotion of Urban Arts and Contemporary Art (CPAUAC) launched this week the "Women Street Art : for a inclusive urbanization" project funded by Global Affairs Canada in the presence of, among others, of Stuart Savage the Ambassador of Canada accredited to Haiti, the Canadian artist Mono Sourcil and the Project Coordinator Jean Widler Pierresaint.

The "Women Street Art..." project aims to promote the emergence of young Haitian women artists who can contribute, through culture and street arts, to the promotion of gender equality, to non-gender-based violence and the social, commercial and tourist revitalization of Port-au-Prince.

As part of this project, in collaboration with the Canadian Embassy in Haiti and its local partners, notably the town hall of Port-au-Prince, CPAUAC is organizing a slam and graffiti workshop from March 9 to 12, 2020 to the intention of young women with bases in drawing and painting.

This workshop will offer selected participants a voice of innovative expression for the promotion of women's empowerment and respect for their rights in Haiti; tools to help beautify our neighborhoods; a platform for engaging in dialogue with pairs and co-constructing, with all of the project stakeholders (elected officials, citizens, merchants and graffiti artists), citizen actions promoting the participation of as many people as possible in the districts.

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