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Unveiling Haiti’s Beauty: A photography Exhibit by Eladio Fernandez

Galería de FUNGLODE
From September 10-14, 2014

This exhibit displays the social and environmental outlook of Caribbean Conservation Photographer, Eladio Fernández, on the Republic of Haiti. The 14 images displayed provide a small window into Haitian culture, it’s urban landscape, and threatened biodiversity. The photographs also offer rarely seen views of the Pic Macaya National Park, a biodiversity hotspot which contain some of the rarest and most threatened species of orchids and amphibians on the planet. Other important biodiversity hotspots such as Massif La Selle and the Presqu’ile of Mole San Nicolas are equally portrayed in this exhibit.

Although some of these areas are of difficult access, many suffer from increasing rates of deforestation and habitat destruction, threatening the extinction of many species of flora and fauna.

Dominican Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Environment Exhibit

UNPHU- Salón de Conferencias, Edificio Nº 3 – Avenida John F. Kennedy, Km. 6.5
From September 10-14, 2014

The 15 panels, on display from September 10-14, provide basic knowledge on the Dominican Republic’s unique landscape as well as information on how to protect and conserve our country’s natural beauty. The Exhibit, inspired by the book of the same name, is part of GFDD/FUNGLODE’s goal to raise awareness about Dominican culture, disseminate information about the country and strengthen appreciation of our unique ecology and biodiversity. It also provides an invaluable opportunity for students and visitors to take advantage of this educational experience in the hope of broadening all of our horizons and fostering a sense of national pride in the conservation of our nation’s natural wealth.

Recycled Art Exhibit – ReCrearte Program

Perello Cultural Center, Bani
September 11, 2014

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