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#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!
Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!
Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!
Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!
Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!
Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!
Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!
Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!
Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!
Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!
Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia News

Happy Monday Everyone!


Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!

Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants.
 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 

With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.

The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.
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Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!

Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!

Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!

Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!

Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!

Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!

Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!

Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!

Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!

Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia NewsHappy Monday Everyone!
Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!

Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants. 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 
With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.
The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.-Team Sophia

#TeamSophia News
Happy Monday Everyone!

Last week Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returned from San Francisco to continue The Dream Catchers Tour where she worked with Student and Faculty members at 
Bergen Community College for their Black History Month Program!
Ms. Domeville introduced her highly popular Mural Project, a creative method developed by her used to discuss images of empowerment or community activism with phrases and cut out fabric images there creating a collage mural piece by the participants.
 
In commemoration of the 50th year of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous I Have A Dream speech, participants were asked, 
“What did the I Have A Dream speech signify to them?” 

With these words, stories and images generated an amazing mural expressed through the usage of fabric.

The work will be presented during the school’s Black History Month gala later on this month.
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Team Sophia
#TeamSophia News

We would like to thank Bergen Community College and The Black History Month Committee for their wonderful words about Haitian American Sophia Domeville special creative arts workshop, “Discover Your Voice” centered around the Black History Month celebration at the college!

If you would like Ms. Domeville to bring her creative arts workshop to your school email: info@sophiadomeville.com

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Team Sophia 
#TheDreamCatchersTour

 

#TeamSophiaNews!

Haitian American Artist,Sophia Domeville returns to California!
The next stop on The Dream Catchers Tour will be at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco.

Ms. Domeville work was selected to be apart of Art Crasher launching it’s US gallery tour exhibiting 150 international artists from 12 different countries!

Opening Reception:
Friday, February 7th, 2014
Exhibition: Feb 7th - 10th

SOMArts Bay Gallery
934 Brannan Street,
San Francisco, CA!

8:00pm-11:00pm
Live Painting
Food & Wine
FREE
#TheDreamCatchersTour

 

#SpecialAnnouncement
This is a very special time for Haitian American Artist, 
Sophia Domeville as she announces, “The Dream Catchers Tour.”
Ms. Domeville will be on a multi-city tour showcasing her work,
artist talks, teaching and introducing her new art program,
“The Dreamers Project” in Newark!
The goal of this tour is to remind others,
“Never Stop Dreaming!”
Stay tuned for updates and announcements!
#TheDreamCatchersTour

#TeamSophia News!

Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville returns to Monroe College on Wednesday, January 29th, 2014 at King Hall RM 301!
She will be teaching her highly popular creative arts workshop, "Discovering Your Voice" for the Winter and Spring semester!

Winter semester classes begin next week! To Register using your MyMonroe Account or Student Activities Office 646-393-8732.
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#TeamSophia Client News!

We would like to thank our new client for purchasing his first Sophia Domeville painting, “All Matter” right on the spot at Center Stage Cuts in Newark! 

You too can have your own Domeville painting from Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville current exhibition, “Introspection” by visiting Center Stage Cuts, 402 Broad St, Newark, NJ 07104.

Her work will be showcased throughout the duration of this month!
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