Help “HEEL” Haiti Shoe Drive & Haitian Art Exhibition
Saturday, 12/03/2016 – 04:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Moca Cafe & Lounge
738 NE 125th Street,
Miami, Florida 33161
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Cost: $15 / &10 (w/ shoe donation)
“Help HEEL Haiti”
Art Basel Celebration 2016
Saturday, December 3, 2016, we once again turn our hearts to Haiti and continue to uplift the people and give help to those who desperately need it.
“Help HEEL Haiti” was created in 2012 post earthquake, which aims to put shoes on the poor and homeless in Haiti.
“Help HEEL Haiti” is to inform and inspire our guests to become more involved. Donations of new and lightly used shoes of ALL AGES will be taken to Haiti and will be passed out among the poor in various areas of the island. This will be documented and filmed so those donated can see for themselves the smiles on the faces of the Haitian people.
As part of this powerful movement, shoe designerâ€™s and artists all across South Florida, will showcase their artistically fashioned pieces in benefit to this endeavor.
“Help HEEL Haiti” will be a night of homage to the Haitian culture. Guest will be entertained with the musical beats of Zouk and Compa, fascinated with the decoration of Haitian art, and intrigued by fashion designers of Haitian descent who implement the culture in their collections. A taste of Haiti’s delicious cuisines will be served inside.
Moca Cafe & Lounge
738 NE 125th St
North Miami, FL 33161
Art Exhibit/Vendors: 4pm
â€¢ Haitian American artist from NYC, Unncut Art . “Un” for short, is well known for his artistic promo stickers of the young Micheal Jackson tagged on every subway n the east coast.
In 2015, “Un” came to Miami to try to feature in Art Basel and landed a mural opportunity painting a colorful Steve Jobs in Wynwood, which remains there today.
â€¢ Sadhu, born in Haiti, now living in Miami is known for his vibrant murals in Little Haiti. Sadhu is mostly recognized for painting the beauty of animals such as Lions and Tigers, which to him represents the bold connection between him within the African diaspora.
LIVE Music Performances: 6pm
Fashion Show: 8pm
Featuring Haitian designers:
â€¢ Boundless Kreations
â€¢ Cultured Revolution
We are aiming to take forward steps in being the change we want to see in the world. Put yourself in their shoes, then take a moment to help put them in yours!
$10 with shoe donation
(raffle ticket & gift bag included)
All Ages Welcome
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