Voices of Haiti Exhibit @ Corcoran

Voices of Haiti is coming to Washington, DC, for two nights only next week!

This Pulitzer Center-produced multimedia performance explores Haiti’s 2010 devastating earthquake through the lives – and voices — of ordinary Haitians, many affected by HIV/AIDS. Voices features the poetry of Guggenheim Fellow Kwame Dawes, the music of Kevin Simmonds and soprano Valetta Brinson, and the photography of Andre Lambertson. The performance grew out of a year-long award-winning Pulitzer Center reporting project examining HIV/AIDS in Haiti after the earthquake.

Voices of Haiti will be at the Corcoran Gallery of Art

500 17th Street NW
Washington, DC 20006
Wednesday, July 25 and Thursday, July 26.

The free performance starts at 8:30 pm both evenings.

On July 26, there will be a special pre-perfomance panel on “Using Art for Social Engagement” featuring Dawes, Lambertson, David France (filmmaker of “How to Survive a Plague”) and Patricia Finneran (Sundance Institute’s Documentary Film Program and Fund). Reception and performance follows panel.

Pre-registration requested: https://getinvolved.corcoran.org/voices_of_haiti_july_26
We truly hope you will join us.  Feel free to pass this invitation along!
For more information and to reserve your seat for either night of Voices of Haiti, please visit:

The Pulitzer Center is presenting Voices of Haiti in partnership with Population Services International (PSI) and the Corcoran Gallery of Art and the College of Art + Design.
Voices of Haiti is an affiliated independent event of the 2012 International AIDS Conference.
Learn more about the Pulitzer Center reporting initiative, “After the Quake: HIV/AIDS in Haiti” and watch video of the poems set to music.  All reporting and bios for the associated journalists are available at:



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