On Saturday, November 3, the first lady of Haiti, Martine Moise, was the guest of the Canadian stylist of Haitian origin, Helmer Joseph, at the very chic Ball of the Museum of Fine Arts of Montreal who made this year a net profit of $ 1.5 million
Monday, November 5, 2018 ((rezonodwes.com)) – The First Lady of Haiti, Martine Joseph Moses, accompanied by her children, Jomarlie and Jovenel jr,
Haiti's ambassador to Canada. Frantz Liautaud and his wife Florence Saint-Leger, from the Head of Post at the Consulate General of Haiti in Montreal, Mrs. Géralde Alerte Carré and Mr. Adolphe Fougères, consular agent in Montreal, participated in “Nuit Couture”, the 58th edition of the famous Foundation Gala of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Saturday, November 3.
Martine Moïse was the guest of one of the nine designers honored this year, Helmer Joseph, a Canadian of Haitian origin, including a banquet hall of the Museum was decorated in the image of the artist, according to a word and a material chosen.
The evening brought together nearly 1000 influencers of the business world, patrons and art and design lovers who are committed to supporting the institution. This famous Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) 2018 Ball, which has become a staple of Montréal's cultural scene, is one of the most popular fundraising nights and the most important fundraising event of the year. the MMFA
The 2018 edition is inspired by the colorful world of fashion from every angle and offers an exceptional showcase to the genius and creative strength of many Quebec designers. The evening began with a cocktail party where guests were invited to discover the key exhibition of autumn, Alexander Calder: a radical inventor, and filled with a sumptuous banquet before ending with a dance party.
All the funds raised during the Museum Ball are dedicated to the enrichment of the MBAM's collections through the acquisition of new works, the organization of international exhibitions and the development of its many educational programs , cultural and art-therapy contributing to making the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts a forerunner in the international museum community.
This year's largest glamorous ball of the MBAM made a net profit of 1 , $ 5 million.