From Mar 13th through 31st, 2010.
Michael Art School of Prague presents “Praha for Haiti”, a spontaneous charity project created by Czech students to raise funds for Haiti. The exhibition showcases the work of these students who have chosen Miami due to its proximity to Haiti as well as its large Haitian population.
The exhibition features a unique selection of artworks focused on Prague and its many faces. It offers an overview of the iconic Old World, renowned Jewish – Christian cultural center, Prague’s Old Town, The Jewish Ghetto, Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and the King’s Way. They artworks also capture highlights of Modern Prague such as the Cubist architecture, Frank Gery’s Dancing House, memorable statues, romantic corners, snow covered streets and snap-shots of locals.
Edge Zones Art Center in Wynwood Art District is devoting its entire gallery space to the exhibition. The center will display seventy photographs created by thirty students. All proceeds will be donated to reputable humanitarian organizations working in Haiti like Doctors without Borders and Partners in Health.
Edge Zones Art Center
47 NE 25th Street
Miami, FL 33127