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26. 8. 16

Call for Submissions: Small Island Anthology by Commonwealth Writers

Commonwealth Writers shares a call for submissions for writers from islands in the Commonwealth to submit stories for a new anthology. The anthology will include poetry, short stories, and nonfiction – which can include creative non-fiction, memoir, and photo or narrative essays – from an island perspective. The deadline for submissions is October 5, 2016. *Eligible...

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18. 8. 16

Y Art Gallery presents Ryan Huggins debut exhibition ‘The Observer’

Y Art Gallery, Trinidad, presents 'The Observer', the debut exhibition of Trinidadian artist Ryan Huggins. The show opens Saturday, August 20, 2016 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm, and continues until Saturday, August 27, 2016. Read a text below titled 'Fragility finds a home in Ryan Huggins debut exhibition The Observer' by Jeanette...

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17. 8. 16

Caribbean Linked IV Exhibition Opening

Ateliers ’89, Oranjestad, Aruba, is pleased to invite you to the exciting events surrounding the regional residency Caribbean Linked IV, which is taking place August 1 through 23, 2016. This innovative programme sees twelve creatives from around the French, Spanish, English and Dutch Caribbean convening to produce new work and...

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17. 8. 16

apexart presents ‘Botany under Influence’

apexart, New York presents 'Botany under Influence', an exhibition which delves into the politics of plants and explores systems of meaning that have been impressed upon nature, flora, and seeds throughout eras of imperialism, colonialism, and globalization. The show will open on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 from 6-8 pm, and...

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16. 8. 16

The Jamaica Gleaner shares ‘Letter Of The Day | Don’t Denigrate Gallery’

The Jamaica Gleaner shares a letter to the editor from visual artists and members of the artistic community in Jamaica and the Caribbean, published on Friday, August 12, 2016. The statement addresses deep concerns with recent comments made by Senator Thomas Tavares-Finson, chairman of the new board of the National Gallery of...

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14. 8. 16

Powerful drama set in Paramin to open trinidad+tobago film festival in September

'Play the Devil' – a powerful, coming of age drama, set in the high altitude of Trinidad’s rural Paramin, will open the 11th edition of the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff), at the Central Bank Auditorium, on 20 September, 2016. Making its Trinidad + Tobago premiere, the film which debuted at the Los Angeles Film...

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13. 8. 16

Rio III Gallery presents ‘Living In My Skin’

Rio III Gallery, New York presents 'Living In My Skin', an exhibition which explores the complexities of the multicultural and multiracial island of Quisqueya. This body of work composed of eleven women in the arts, from Dominican and Haitian decent challenges society norms by breaking through colonialism while channeling the...

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