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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

NEWS FROM AROUND THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION: Doing Art in Haiti - Another kind of pilgrimage, the Rev. Canon Mark Harris, TEC



Fr. Mark Harris

¨Friday I leave the little town on the edge of the bay and near the big waters and head for Haiti. I am going to be an artist in residence at the National School of Art of Haiti. - ENARTS - for four weeks. 
It is a very different sort of trip there, a very different sort of engagement.  

Cyanotype:  ¨Here is one, scratched on transparency film that has been coated with laser printer ink and then as a negative used to produce the final product¨ Mark Harris
It is a sort of pilgrimage into the land of the imagination - not just the land of my imagination but of the imagination of Haiti as well. I will spend  a bit over four weeks in an intensive time of creative work with Haitian artists and artisans, and hopefully my imagination will explode into new visions. We will see. But mostly I will, God willing and some friends in Haiti consenting, walk for a short while in the company of artists, who I hope are also visionaries. I can't wait...¨ There is much more, visit Preludium, sidebar or HERE

http://anglicanfuture.blogspot.com/2014/10/doing-art-in-haiti-another-kind-of.html?spref=fb


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St. Alban English Mission, Antigua, Guatemala is an outreach project of The St. James English parish, Episcopal Diocese of Guatemala, IARCA


The Most Reverend Armando Guerra Soria,  Rector of St. Alban Mission, Bishop of Guatemala and Primate of Central America

The Reverend Ricardo Frohmader 
Associate Minister of St. Alban Mission
Antigua, Guatemala

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