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About Migrating Colors:

This book is the result of 20 years of cultural advocacy and partnerships with cultural, state, city institutions, poets and storytellers throughout the New England area. It benefited from the support of professional photographers, editors and art partners from Rhodes Island to New Hampshire. The books contains foreword comments by Haitian American author Edwidge Danticat, recipient of the 2009 MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship, Massachusetts State Senator Linda Dorcena Forry and Edmund Barry Gaither, Director and Curator of the National Center of Afro-American Artists (NCAAA) who has since the Haiti earthquake helped curate various exhibitions of the Assembly.










About Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts

The Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts was created in Boston in 1995 by a group of artists in various disciplines and has produced dozens of cultural and artistic shows in New England over the past 20 years.

Celebrating le Mois de la francophonie

La Francophonie is a vibrant and dynamic language community shared by some 274 million speakers. From Africa to America, French is spoken on five continents and is the second most learned language after English. With more than 60,000 words, it is an international language of communication used by 80 states and governments. In the United States, the number of Francophones is estimated at 11 million and nearly 13 million Americans report having a French, French-Canadian, or Acadian ethnic origin. The majority of Franco-Americans are concentrated in New England as well as in Louisiana. French, a rich and international language!

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La Francophonie c’est une communauté de langue vivante et dynamique partagée par quelques 274 millions de locuteurs et présente sur 5 continents. De l’Afrique à l’Amérique, le français et l’anglais sont les seules langues parlées sur les cinq continents, et le français est la 2ème langue la plus apprise après l’anglais. Avec plus de 60 000 mots, c’est une langue de communication internationale utilisée par 80 États et gouvernements. Aux États-Unis, on estime que le nombre de francophones s’élève à 11 millions de personnes et près de 13 millions d’Américains déclarent avoir une origine ethnique française, canadienne-française ou acadienne. La majorité des Franco-Américains se concentre en Nouvelle-Angleterre ainsi qu’en Louisiane. Le français, une langue riche et internationale !

Upcoming Events

Exhibition

May '68: When Paris Erupted in Protest

Exhibition of photos by Marc Riboud

From Feb 2, 2018 To Feb 28, 2018

On May 3, 1968, Parisian students took to the street in protests that spread throughout France, quickly engulfing offices, factories and other places of work. This exhibition of works by the late French photographer Marc Riboud reminds us of both the passions of the moment and of the enigmatic playfulness that striking students and workers frequently displayed.

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Opening

Le Mois de la Francophonie Launch Celebration

Meet and Greet with Boston’s Francophone Institutions

Thursday, March 1, 2018 6:00 PM To 8:45 PM

Join us at the Center as we celebrate the launch of this annual celebration of the French language and francophone cultures with a special meet and greet including a number of Boston's Francophone institutions.

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Lecture

Parisian Charm School

New Date! - Book Talk and Signing with author Jamie Cat Callan

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 6:30 PM To 8:45 PM

We are pleased to welcome Jamie Cat Callan back to the Center for the release of her latest book, Parisian Charm School:  Secrets for Cultivating Love, Joy, and That Certain Je Ne Sais Quoi.

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