Alo! Our first week of camp this summer was bèl bagay! That’s wonderful, amazing, and cool in Kreole. Each day, the Animation Studio shares the previous day’s projects with the campers – here is the link for the week’s worth of “GACimation” creativity at https://vimeo.com/345376729. Thank you for […]
Bonjou! Campers and staff all are back in the groove! To honor this week’s camp community we have created together through art, story, and song, we will celebrate with our Kanaval Parade tomorrow!
Krak! This week we kicked off Grace Art Camp’s 23rd summer! Week 1 is always a bit like getting back on a bicycle – it always comes back to ya! We shook the cobwebs off the ‘ole Grace Art Camp Song, sang the Four R’s of Community, and […]
Before French colonists arrived on the island of Hispaniola in the 17th century, Taino was the main language of “Aiti” as well as the rest of the Caribbean Islands. Haitian Creole emerged during the Atlantic slave trade in Haiti. Creole is largely based on French with influences from Portuguese, […]
Well . . .there are! “Haitian jungle paintings” originated from the Centre d’Art d’Haïti, an arts movement founded in 1944 known for artists who practiced “la peinture naïve.” Artwork from Centre d’Art d’Haïti of is full of vivid colors, imaginative composition, and whimsy, often depicting imaginary jungles. Why […]