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Musee d'Art Haitien Rehabilitation

Petit à petit, l’oiseau fait son nid
L’installation des baies vitrées se termine aujourd’hui. Il nous reste des trous à boucher dans la grande salle d'exposition, l’installation des grillages en fer pour les vitres, l’électricité et la peinture sans oublier les toilettes. Nous remercions tous les membres du Conseil de Direction qui n’ont rien lâché jusqu’ici. Nous remercions également l’architecte Gaspard, l’ingénieur Assad, tout le Comité de Support de New York (Fondation Culturelle Toussaint Louverture) et son président Paul Corbanese. Six ans depuis le tremblement de terre de 2010, Il n’y a aucune fierté mais par contre il y a de l’espoir. Nous continuons de croire et d’espérer que Le Musée d’Art Haïtien avance vers sa réouverture prochaine.
Jimmy Joseph de l’administration du musée - Port-au-Prince, le 4 août 2016
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Brick by brick one achieve one's goals
The installation of new glass windows was completed today. We still have a few holes to fix in the large exhibition hall, we have to install iron gates for the windows, take care of the electricity, and paint without forgetting the bathrooms. We thank all the members of the Conseil de Direction who have remained steadfast. We also thank architect Gaspard, engineer Assad, the whole New York support committee  (Toussaint Louverture Cultural Foundation) and its president Paul Corbanese. Six years since the 2010 earthquake, there is no pride but, on the other hand, there is hope. We continue to believe and hope that the Musée d’Art Haïtien is moving ahead towards its re-opening.
Jimmy Joseph from the museum’s administration - Port-au-Prince, August 4, 2016
There is more to do and you can help by making a donation or purchasing a painting from the Save A Museum Art Collection. Thank you.
Il y a encore beaucoup a faire et vous pouvez aider en achetant une peinture de la collection Save A Museum ou en faisant un don. Merci.
The Save A Museum Art Collection

Price range: less than $1,000.00

Liberty_2015
Felix_denise
Durocher_gontrand
Saint_jean_stjuste
Felix_denise_2
Laurent_renold_1
Desvarieux_edouard
Laurent_renold_2
Lesperance_guetty2
Piquion_moscoso_elizabeth
Paret_robert_2
Greene_jimmy
Lesperance_guetty1
Nixon_leger

All the artwork was donated by artists and collectors from around the world to raise funds to rebuild the Musee d'Art Haitien du College St Pierre in Port-au-Prince Haiti. Damaged by the 2010 earthquake, its repairs are almost completed and it could reopen soon but funds are still needed to fix the electric wiring, upgrade the bathrooms, and paint.
Click on any image to view artist name, painting title, size, medium and price.
Contact: (917) 499-3638   ToussaintLouvertureFoundation@gmail.com

Price range: $1,000.00 - $3,000.00

Bourmond_byron
Fungcap_essud
Bresillacolette_geishafrancaise
Brintle_patricia
Dupoux_maritou_marietherese
Merisier_emmanuel_the_weeping_drum
Hall_myrtha
Jourdain_philippe
Latortue_odyle
Louis_jean_elie
Gracia_francois
Nadal_gadere_mariejose
Syllien_guyloud_silence_22_x18
Bresillacolette_modernegeisha
Arcelin_evens2
Gaetan_eddy
Arcelin_evens_1
Wah_patrick
Antoine_fritzvelt
Durandisse_jean
Frantz_jeanbaptiste
Paul_onel_lionel
Engels

Click on any image to view artist name, painting title, size, medium and price.
Contact: (917) 499-3638 ToussaintLouvertureFoundation@gmail.com
Thank you

Price range: - more than $3,000.00

Exil_levoi_maternite
Leveque_gabriel
Charles_etzer
Dodard_philippe
Franketienne
Tafaaccordeongoldfront
Allen_jonas
Blanchard_smith

TLCF Logo The Toussaint Louverture Cultural Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization established to promote Haitian culture, stimulate artistic creativity, and help restore Haiti’s cultural heritage.
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