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Conference in Haiti. Proposed Itinerary



Welcome to the

     old HAS

  Home Page

 ARCHIVE of the




The Haitian Art Society
Visit our New 2013 website
now available at:
The Society was formed in 2003 to strengthen and expand interest in and understanding of Haitian Art and Artists.

Our website provides information about the HAS and our events, and also about other Haitian art events. We provide links to other sites about Haitian art and culture. Please click on the page links on the left to navigate around the HAS website archive.

The Haitian Art Society now has a Facebook Group >

In addition to maintaining its web site and Facebook group, the Haitian Art Society organizes Conferences at which members are able to view public and private collections of Haitian art. 

The 2012 Haitian Art Society Conference was in New York

City in late October 2012

 For details:  https://sites.google.com/site/haitianartsociety/home



see the Latest News on Welcome page of the new HAS website:

Toussaint Louverture Cultural Foundation Inc
Musee d'Art Haitien Support Committee of New York 
Hector Hyppolite book:

Until May 15, 2013 -- with a donation of $50.00 or more, you name will be listed as a sponsor and you will receive a complimentary  copy of the catalog for the art exhibition - sale to benefit the Musee d'Art Haitien du College St Pierre >


Smithsonian's Haiti Cultural Recovery Project

Information and many images from the Smithsonian's Haiti Cultural Recovery Project, an 18-month conservation response effort to Haiti's 2010 earthquake,can be found at this website: www.haiti.si.edu. Also, for those interested, Richard Kurin's book about the effort, with contributing essays by numerous participating conservators, Saving Haiti's Heritage: Cultural Recovery after the Earthquake (Smithsonian Institution, 2011), is now available. Information about the book and how to obtain copies can also be found on the above website.


Haitian Relief Funds

Undoubtedly, you have seen news reports of the devastating earthquake which struck Haiti's most densely populated area. The devastion is immense. Our beloved and talented Haitian artists, their friends, families, and neighbors are in great peril. They are in desperate need of food, water, shelter and medical care.


We urge you to show your appreciation for the cultural gifts that Haiti has bestowed upon us by helping the Haitian people in their time of need. Please consider a generous contribution to a charitable organization providing emergency relief n Haiti.

For additional information see: 



To join the Haitian Art Society or to renew your membership, click on the link for the new HAS website Membership page:




Our Web Address

HAS started with a dot com

website in 2003 but as of

April 2005 we moved

to this dot org address.

The old dot com url will

became a forwarding link.

Now for 2013 see our new site:



Questions or suggestions about the HAS ?

 Please feel free to send us an email

And to join our email list for HAS or to update your email address, please send an email to:  haitianartsociety@gmail.com

Our next HAS Meetings and Conferences

The email for HAS web coordinator is

Toussaint Louverture by Guidel Presume

Click on the portrait of Toussaint to be taken to the web page of author Madison Smartt Bell to see more about the painter and his subject.


Last Updated on April  23  2013