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Local and international artistes to be featured at charity art exhibition this Saturday

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(PRESS RELEASE) – On Saturday November 23rd, a collaborative group of Saint Lucian amateur artists will be hosting a charitable art exhibition featuring the work of local and international artistes and in support of Pawasol Pou Ti Mamai, a non profit organization that provides medical and educational assistance to children in need.

The exhibition, titled ‘Minis For Minis’ is led by a group of local amateur Saint Lucian artists and will be held in support of the local charity organization, Pawasol Pour Ti Mamai, or Children’s Umbrella.

Founded in May 2007, Pawasol is a non-profit charity that provides assistance to St. Lucian children in need of medical or educational assistance. Pawasol as it is affectionately called was originally started as a new millenium idea by Jane DuBoulay to bring all the children’s’ organizations in St. Lucia together in raising funds to assist needy children in St Lucia. The charity provides assistance to needy children; be they sick, handicapped, requiring medication, school books, transportation, basic necessities or just unable to attend school because of lack of funds.

Through the power of social media and a successful call to action, Minis 4 Minis will be exhibiting and selling at affordable prices over 100 works of art, of no more than 12’ x 12’ in size, graciously donated by over 20 amateur and professional artists from Saint Lucia, USA and the United Kingdom. 100% of all funds raised go to the children as Pawasol has no overhead expenses and all work is done on a voluntary basis.

The event, curated by MeCurator Art, will be held on Saturday November 23rd from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Coco Creole Hotel, Rodney Bay. To learn more about Minis for Minis and to preview the work of some of our artistes please visit

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