The Artists of Grand Rue, After the Quake


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This video was shot by Georgia Popplewell shortly after the earthquake of 2009 in the Port-au-Prince neighbourhood of Grand Rue, which is where Ghetto Biennale takes place. Grand Rue is considered the Greenwich Village of Port-au-Prince and the area is home to artists of all types. The quake happened shortly after the 1st Ghetto Biennale and this short shows how it has impacted this creative community. This interview is with Belle Williams, the spokesperson for Ti Moun Rezistans (Children of Resistance), an arts program for children in the Grand Rue district of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

View works by the children of Ti Moun Rezistans.
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