iciHaiti - Street Art : Binational Cultural Dialogue, in Cap-Haitien and Santo-Domingo
Two women artists of Street Art, one Haitian (Aude Censia Villefranche) and the other Dominican denounce "on the walls", the violence against women and girls. Each of them expresses through the creation of murals in the Dominican Republic and in Haiti as part of the "Binational Cultural Dialogue" project, which aims to strengthen binational collaboration in the field of culture and communication.
Crossed views of two women artists to denounce violence against women and girls and whose mission, each in the country of the other, to work in collaboration with ten young people, girls and boys, for 4 days, to create two murals, one in Santo Domingo and the other in Cap Haitien.
The project is carried out jointly in the two countries by the Haitian organization Collective for the Promotion of Urban Arts and Contemporary Art (CPAUAC). The artists are supervised by the Dominican organization "Fundacion Ensenando Cultura", and the Haitian association "Atelier Soleil". The activities will also be the subject of photo and video reports.
The inauguration of each of these murals will take place :
Photo thumbnail : Aude Censia Villefranche (in Santo Domingo)