Specifically, we exist to
(1) honor and promote the creative and spiritual arts of Haiti and the Caribbean as a natural whole person healing root system
(2) support the creative and spiritual work of Haitians and Caribbean sacred artist in the diaspora through research, publications, and finance
(3) provide sacred arts education and healing services for those seeking authentic Caribbean sacred arts and related metaphysical systems
(4) support the elevation of consciousness of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, social status or income
To join our community: simply fill out the form below. We accept artist whose missions and purpose are in alignment with ours.
*We are developing the framework for our launch in the Fall of 2019. Join our development team. Contact me for details.
Visual Artist, Musician, Spiritual and Immersion Tour Leader
“My art always has subtle messages about how I experience culture. Now, the intensity of my message is stronger. It’s more spiritual. It’s more conscious.” Tetpwav’s current graphics and paintings show the contrasting experience of human tragedy and human triumph. You can also join him on one of his spiritual journey experiences to connect with sacred energy sites in Haiti. His team is ready to share their extensive knowledge, unique perspective, and deep wisdom.
*Haitian Drumming / Chanting
*Sacred Tours/Experiences in Haiti
*Performances & Teaching Engagements
Tetpwav is available in the US and Haiti.
Artist, Writer, Poet
Marc is a mathematician by trade and an artist with a deep sense of purpose. His visual art, poetry, and essays reflect an uncompromising, powerful and loving heart. His art is a dance between stark polarization and all embracing depth. A balance between the masculine and the feminine.
View a sample of his work:
Marc is available in the US and Haiti
Dancer (Traditional and Contemporary)
Background Photo Credit
The background photo on this site is reported to be an engraving–probably of a photograph from Harper's Weekly showing eight Haitian Sevite found guilty in February 1864 of the murder and cannibalism of a 12-year-old child. The case was a product of racism, misreporting and sensationalism directed by Sir Spenser St John, British charge d’affaires in Haiti during the 1860s. The derogatory, racist, and false perceptions from this "witch hunt" lingers to this day. Recommended Reading.