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29. 9. 14

ttff shares: Winners announced for 2014 trinidad+tobago film festival

Behaviour, an incisive portrait of the life of an at-risk boy in Havana, claimed the top prize at the 2014 trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) in an awards ceremony held in Port of Spain this evening. Directed by Cuba’s Ernesto Daranas Serrano, Behaviour beat out four other films to nab the Best Narrative...

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29. 9. 14

The Cyprus Dossier features ‘Notions of common/wealth versus single/wealth’

The 7th edition of the Cyprus Dossier, launched this summer during the International Artist Initiated (IAI) project hosted by the David Dale Gallery in Glasgow, Scotland, featured an article titled ‘Notions of common/wealth versus single/wealth', written by Fresh Milk‘s founding director Annalee Davis. Fresh Milk and the Cyprus Dossier were...

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28. 9. 14

Open Call for Artworks and Art Projects for the 19th Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil

The Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil has become established over the years as a diverse and multiple platform designed to disseminate, foster and reflect about art production from the Global South. This area comprises the countries in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, Oceania, and parts of Europe and...

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28. 9. 14

‘Explorations in Bronze/ Stare the Line’ with Bunty O’Connor and Dunieski Lora Pileta at Medulla Art Gallery

Bunty O’Connor from Trinidad joined Dunieski Lora Pileta from Cuba to present recent works in clay and bronze. Bunty O’Connor is the master potter of Ajoupa Potteries. Dunieski Lora Pileta, “the Cuban” is an accomplished artist who has been working in Luise Kimme’s castle in Tobago. Their show was about...

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27. 9. 14

Groundation Grenada shares: Mt Zion Library continues to move forward!

Mt. Zion Library is a collective, charitable initiative, founded by the Mt. Zion Full Gospel Revival Ministries Intl., Groundation Grenada, Oonya Kempadoo and Hands Across the Sea, in response to the closure of the National Public Library and absence of a communal space for literacy in St. George’s, Grenada. Read...

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27. 9. 14

BMW Tate Live shares: On Publicness

How can performance shape our use and understanding of public space? Who is represented through public performative events? What does publicness mean in a global community? The issue of publicness, particularly the discussion of how public space is constructed, used and understood, continues to be an area of growing interest. Theories and initiatives that...

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26. 9. 14

Repeating Islands shares: Call for Submissions: Cover Art for ‘The Caribbean Writer’

The Caribbean Writer, an international, literary anthology published by the University of the Virgin Islands and based in Kingshill, St. Croix, Virgin Islands, is soliciting colorful, eye-catching, Caribbean artwork for the cover of its upcoming issue, Volume 29. This volume will be dedicated to “Contradictions and Ambiguities in the Caribbean...

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