- Date & Time
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 5:30pm to 9:00pm
Made possible by the UF International Center in conjunction with International Education Week, Nowhere to Go: The Haiti Housing Crisis is a multimedia look at the housing crisis that continues to affect Haiti nearly five years since a devastating earthquake. This exhibit, on display Nov. 10, 2014 through Dec. 5, 2014, will provide the public with an on-the-ground perspective from Haiti, allowing them to learn about the problems that have forced Haitians “under tents.” Through a series of special events on Nov. 19, 2014, including a film screening, interactive photography exhibition and panel discussion, attendees will learn about pressing international issues including disaster aid, development and reconstruction.
Schedule of Events for November 19
- 5:30 p.m., Fine Art Lecture Hall, Fine Arts B 105: Join us for a panel discussion moderated by Jeremy Lambeth, a Master of Sustainable Development Practice candidate, on the housing crisis in Haiti featuring Bertrhude Albert, CEO and founder, Projects for Haiti; Michael Amish, executive director, Barrels of Hope; Florence Sergile, faculty coordinator, Feed the Future West (Haiti Project), UF IFAS; and Dr. James G. Sullivan, director of undergraduate programs, UF School of Design, Construction and Planning.
- 6:20 p.m., Fine Art Lecture Hall, Fine Arts B 105: Film screen of Jon Bougher’s Mozayik
- 6:50-8:00 p.m., Focus Gallery, Fine Arts Building C: Reception for Nowhere to Go: The Haiti Housing Crisis
- 7:15 p.m., Focus Gallery, Fine Arts Building C: Q&A session with Andy Lin about his Self-Portrait Project in Haiti
- VenueFine Arts Building B (FAB)
- Room #
400 SW 13TH ST GAINESVILLE
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