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Stigmata Group Exhibition & Opening Reception

Sophia Domeville - Haitian American Abstract Expressionist

Saturday, October 12, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM (EDT)

Stigmata Group Exhibition & Opening Reception

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Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville
was selected to be apart of a group exhibition called, "Stigmata" in Newark!
This will be Sophia Domeville first group show in NEWARK!
Stigmata is an exhibition that takes an in depth look into the pain and suffering
of people who are outcasts of their societies, and bear the wounds of social stigma.
You are coordiially invited to the opening reception of, "Stigmata"
Saturday, October 12th, 2013,
The exhibition of this show will be held:
260 Washington Street Newark, NJ
3rd Floor
6pm - 11pm
The opening is also apart of Newark Arts Council Open Doors Art event!
This is a huge celebration and opportunity to further discussing the exhibitions
message on stigmas.
- TeamSophia
Have questions about Stigmata Group Exhibition & Opening Reception? Contact Sophia Domeville - Haitian American Abstract Expressionist

When & Where

Gallery Space
260 Washington St
Newark, NJ 07102

Saturday, October 12, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM (EDT)

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Sophia Domeville - Haitian American Abstract Expressionist

About the Artist:

A studio arts graduate of The College of New Rochelle, Sophia Domeville is a Haitian American Abstract Expressionist whose usage of expressive colors, textures and collage creates a Universal Language through Abstract Art. Her work can best be described as, “Bold, explosive, and deeply emotional.”


Sophia Domeville passion of giving back to the community granted her an opportunity to become Vice President for, Halls That Inspire (HTI), a nonprofit that uses art as a means to encourage and uplift youth. Ms. Domeville transitioned as Founder/Art Facilitator of her intensive 8 week creative arts workshop, "Discovering Your Voice” through Art to Monroe College Bronx campus, Bergan Community College, Safe Space Organization in Queens and throughout the tri-state area.


In 2014, Ms. Domeville introduced her new 12 week art program, “The Dreamers Project” a comprehensive program combines art history, community activism, leadership skills and self-awareness through art which she facilitated The Dreamers Project with The I Have A Dream Foundation scholarship program in Newark.


Due to her countless efforts within the community, Sophia Domeville received prestigious nominations and spotlighted in numerous media platforms in the arts. From 2012-2013, Ms. Domeville was the Lead Teaching Artist in Haiti for “Art Day Celebration,”a program which cultivates and empowers impoverished and underprivileged children through the arts.


As an artist, Sophia has exhibited her work in Columbia University, Dartmouth College, York College, John Jay College, City College, Liberty Theater, Gallerie LaKaye in West Hollywood, SOMArts Gallery in San Francisco, Venice Arts Gallery in Los Angeles, The Aaron Davis Gallery in Harlem, Center Stage in Newark and more!


Currently Ms. Domeville is a Program Director for Kids Corp, a non-profit organization that provides healthcare, summer and year round after school programs throughout the city of Newark for children where she is introducing Creative Arts as a medium within a mostly academic based programming.


Ms Domeville is currently enlisted within Gallery Aferro 2015 studio residency program in Newark as apart of “Essential Elements Creative Collective”, artist collective.


 To find more information about Sophia Domeville visit www.sophiadomeville.com

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