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#46: Haitian Artist Assembly (meeting) Boston

From: Emmanuel W.Vedrine <evedrine@hotmail.com>

[From: Charlot Lucien <Charlot.Lucien@state.ma.us>
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     General Meeting of the Haitian Artists Assembly of Mass.

     Friday July 30, 1999

     565 Boylston St, Copley Square, Boston
     Gallery for Social And Political Arts

     Introduction: Current and New Members (10mn)

     How can we interact with and get support from cultural organizations
in the Boston area (30mn):
     Invited, representatives from the:
     =A7 Boston Center for the Arts (space, programming)
     =A7 Somerville Arts Council (grants, programming)
     =A7 Massachusetts Art Council (grants, scholarship)
     =A7 The Haitian Consulate in Boston (ref; invitation)
     =A7 National Center for Afro-American Artists (Programming)
     =A7 Gallery for Social and Political Arts (Collaboration, space)

     Reports and Updates (20mn)
     =A7 Reports on Most Recent Activities
     =A7 Updates: on Anthology and Book of Painters; invitation to
perform in  Haiti (Week of the Diaspora)
     =A7 Other:_

     Plenary session (40mn)
     =A7 After four years and dozen of cultural events, where do we go?
     =A7 Brainstorming on Celebrating January 1, 2000 in New England
     =A7 Other strategic decisions

     Sub-groups session (35mn)
     =A7 Discussing discipline/category specific projects
     =A7 Report

     Bring an artist; your latest artwork, book samples, CDs, Cards_

     Refreshment will be served; =

     Live performances and sketches


     Orange Line to Back Bay Station; go out and turn right on Darmouth St  
Boylston St is two blocks down
     Green Line: get off Copley Station;  you will be on Boylston St.
Look for #565
     By Car: from 93 North or South, take Exit 18 to Mass Ave; from Mass 
Ave. turn right on Tremont St; from Tremont turn left on Darmouth St proceed 
to Boylston St and turn right on Boylston St.

FOR INFO CALL (617) 846-5421       OR (508)-586-4566]

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