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24. 5. 15

Indiegogo campaign for TOMB: The Caribbean’s first science fiction thriller

'TOMB', the Caribbean's first science-fiction thriller, is the third feature film by Trinidad born Writer/Producer/Director Nick Attin, who's been making films for the last nine years. Attin and his team are seeking support for the movie's post-production through an Indiegogo campaign. The film was shot entirely in Trinidad and Tobago between...

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24. 5. 15

Textile Museum of Canada launches ‘Watercolour’

The Textile Museum of Canada (TMC) is pleased to announce 'Watercolour', a cultural project presented in partnership with the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan American Games. Celebrating the culture and artistry of Pan American nations, 'Watercolour' will comprise 41 sails featuring artwork by one artist from each participating country. Encompassing work from internationally...

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23. 5. 15

The European Graduate School (EGS): Summer residencies 2015

Established in the Swiss mountains in 1994, The European Graduate School (EGS) is comprised of its renowned divisions, Arts, Health and Society (AHS) and Philosophy, Art and Critical Thought (PACT—formerly Media and Communication). Composed of an outstanding and diverse community of artists, thinkers, scholars, and practitioners, EGS has become one...

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23. 5. 15

Hew Locke’s ‘The Tourists’ at HMS Belfast to close early

The Imperial War Museum, London, issues a statement about the decision to close Hew Locke's intervention on board the HMS Belfast titled 'The Tourists' three months earlier than originally planned. Although the show will now end June 7, 2015 due to some controversial feedback, IWM supports their decision to collaborate...

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22. 5. 15

Eight new scholarships for Caribbean film and television producers

CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution (CTWD), the region’s premier distribution platform for Caribbean film and television content, has received a 3-year funding commitment to provide eight partial scholarships a year to regional audiovisual content producers to attend its renowned CaribbeanTales Incubator Program (CTI). The funding is provided by the REACH Project - an initiative...

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22. 5. 15

The Harmony of Music: Interview with string players, Kathleen Foster and Gail Hernández

The BP Marionettes will be kicking off their busy 2015 season with a re-staging of their critically acclaimed production of Les Misérables at Queen’s Hall, Trinidad. Running for just three nights from May 22-24, the production coincides with worldwide commemorations of the 30th anniversary of “the world’s favourite musical”. Read...

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21. 5. 15

The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum presents Christopher Cozier: Entanglements

Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University presents Christopher Cozier: Entanglements, which will run from June 27 - October 18, 2015. Working across drawing, printmaking, video, and installation art, Trinidadian artist Christopher Cozier exposes the social impact of commercial expansion and political opportunism. Taking conditions in post-independence Trinidad—an...

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