CHECKLIST FOR ACURIL 2016 HAITI
Leadership: A Bridge between Tradition and Innovation!!!
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LE MONUMENT DU MARRON INCONNU, Port-au-Prince, Haïti
The logo : Le Marron Inconnu (The Unknown Runaway Slave)
Sculptor: Albert Mangonès, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 1968
In Port-au-Prince, capital of the Republic of Haiti, stands a monument erected to celebrate a hero whose name is not remembered: the first African “maroon” of the New World. In this homage to the anonymous hero of an oppressed race, the artist wished to convey a more universal message: that throughout history and beyond all regional boundaries, humanity’s destiny is freedom.
The man represented in this sculpture (bronze, 3.40 meters long by 2.60 meters high) is a half-naked fugitive. At his ankle, the bracelet of a broken chain, his right knee on the ground, his left leg stretched back, his torso arched, he holds in his left hand the conch in which he is blowing to alert his brothers and sisters, his face turned upward toward the sky. In his right fist leaning on the ground he holds a machete bearing the artist’s signature. The conch symbolizes the rallying call to fight for freedom, the machete is the symbol for armed revolt and the broken chain represents rupture from bondage.
ACURIL 2016 HAITI
Sunday, June 5th, 9am to Thursday, June 9th, 11pm
Port-au-Prince, Ouest, Haiti
Library, archive and museum professionals are all confronted to change: new technology, new audiences, new services, new challenges. Also the traditional workforce is retiring and it is very important to have a legacy for all information professionals. Leadership is seen as tool as well as a philosophy to bridge the gap between changing times and expectations.
1) Lessons from the past: recognizing leaders in Caribbean libraries.
2) Developing leadership skills.
3) Best practices in Innovation in the Caribbean.
Activities: Innovation workshop, leadership workshop, plenary sessions, poster session of Caribbean library, museum and archives leaders, as well as other innovative sessions. And of course many exciting opportunities to mix, learn, and have fun!!!
ASSOCIATION OF CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY, RESEARCH AND INSTITUTIONAL LIBRARIES
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