HAAM Gallery reception: 'Still Arts Rise II'
Based in Massachusetts and founded in January 1995, HAAM is comprised of more than 40 artists and their friends, art lovers, and volunteers. They promote Haitian art and culture through artmaking, information sharing, and Haitian-themed cultural events and celebrations. HAAM serves primarily Haitian-American artists based in New England, and collaborates with writers, musicians, and storytellers. HAAM has held more than 100 arts exhibitions and developed many partnerships throughout the years.
This year's exhibit is called "Still Arts Rise II." It features the work of 10 women artists who have consistently continued to produce artworks throughout the pandemic, keeping resilient themes such as resilience, community, equity, and solidarity at the forefront.