PUBLICATION

Happy to have my work featured in this article. Koster, Rick. “At the Corner of Art and Advocacy: ‘Intersections’ Exhibit Opens at Conn College.” The Day, 4 Sept. 2017, www.theday.com/article/20170903/ENT02/170909986.

Renazile, Nadine. "Not All Truths Should Be Told." Lines from the League, Spring 2016: 27-29. Print.

 

MEDIA

Featured in @Kreyolicious blog http://kreyolicious.com/nadine-renazile/23424/

Featured in MoCADA Museum's month long social media celebration of ‪#‎HaitianHeritageMonth‬!

https://www.instagram.com/p/BE6g66uKpqo/?taken-by=mocada_museum

Thank you @Okayafrica for featuring me in this article. http://www.okayafrica.com/news/ms-lauryn-hill-diaspora-calling-art/

Mentioned in this blog - http://www.largeup.com/2016/04/11/lauryn-hill/

Diaspora Calling!
A visual arts exhibition curated by Ms. Lauryn Hill
In partnership with Haiti Cultural Exchange, Mocada, and Nader Haitian Art.
 
In celebration of Ms. Hill’s residency at Kings Theatre from April 14-16, 2016, Diaspora Calling! will transform the grand theatre lobby into an art gallery featuring some of the most innovative and iconic contemporary artists of the African diaspora, with a special focus on art and artists from Haiti.
 
Exhibiting artists include: Firelei Baez, Sanford Biggers, Jean-Baptiste Bottex, Kudzanai Chiurai, Francks Deceus, Mireille Delice, Maksaens Denis, G.E Ducasse, Shakespeare Guirand, Jasmin Joseph, Yashua Klos, Simone Leigh, Jasmine Murrell, Nnenna Okore, Fahamu Pecou, André Pierre, Nadine Renazile, Xaviera Simmons, Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum, Sam Vernon, Didier William, and more!