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Culture of haiti

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  • 1. Culture of Haiti Emily, Yang, Hanna
  • 2. ART● Characteristics: Brilliant colors, naive perspective, and humor● The themes of the art reflect mainly everyday life, religion, (Voudou which is a combination of African religion and Catholicism), and political life.● The study of Haitian Art is reflective of multi-curricular disciplines including history, language arts, geography, and sociology.● Haitian paintings, (earlier works) are often characterized by stylized forms, and often a naïve painting style. Haitian art frequently features bright colors, strong patterns, repetition, and a strong use of symbols.
  • 3. DRAPO VODOU: Spirit FlagsDrapo Vodou is an art-form unique to Haiti.Constructed of sequins and beads hand-sewn ontofabric, these "flags" bring to life the dynamiciconography of Haitian Vodou.
  • 4. http://data.worldbank.org/country/haiti
  • 5. MUSICThe music of Haiti is influenced mostly by African migration through slavery.Styles unique to Haiti include music derived from vodou ceremonical traditionsand the wildly popular Compas.Mizik rasin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yJ7jzWOaF8kompaHaitian rap

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