Haitian Arts: Life in Strikes & Stitches

“Manifestations: Haitian Life, History, and Religion Rendered in Strikes and Stitches” at MTSU’s Todd Art Gallery featured two uniquely Haitian art forms: hand-cut metal sculptures historically made from discarded oil drums, and “drapo” also known as Vodou banners or flags. The exhibition was mounted by the Waterloo Center for the Arts, whose interim director discusses the show in this video.