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29. 3. 15

China Residencies shares ‘Joshua Lue Chee Kong at Red Gate Residency’

Kira Simon-Kennedy of China Residencies, an information hub and directory for artist residencies in mainland China, interviews Trinidadian artist and designer Joshua Lue Chee Kong about his recently completed two month residency at Red Gate in Beijing. Lue Chee Kong shares his keen interest in exploring and redefining cultural uniqueness and identity, and...

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28. 3. 15

THRU CONTEMPORARY ARTS presents ‘People Textures Environments’ in Cologne

'People Textures Environments' is an international exhibition featuring the permanent art collection of the non-profit Trinidad and Tobago-based organization THRU CONTEMPORARY ARTS. The collection includes works from the USA, Germany, Hong Kong and Trinidad and Tobago, and ranges from mixed media, collage, photography, digital, installation and paintings to embroidery. It will be held...

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28. 3. 15

NOCTAMBULES: the hidden transcripts

'NOCTAMBULES: the hidden transcripts' is an exhibition of photographs by Josué Azor curated by David Frohnapfel. Haiti's gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities have long kept a low profile because of a strong social stigma that sparks fear of physical violence or social isolation. The Caribbean in general was often labeled as one...

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27. 3. 15

Ingleby Gallery presents a Frank Walter exhibition

The Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, presents an exhibition of work by Antiguan artist Frank Walter, running from March 28 - May 23, 2015. The private view will take place on Friday, March 27, 2015 from 6-8pm. Francis Archibald Wentworth Walter, self-styled 7th Prince of the West Indies, Lord of Follies and the Ding-a-Ding Nook,...

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27. 3. 15

2015 Small Axe Literary Competition

The Small Axe Literary Competition encourages the production and publication of Caribbean fiction and poetry. The competition focuses on poetry and short stories from emerging writers whose work centers on regional and diasporic Caribbean themes and concerns. This competition is part of the Small Axe Project's ongoing commitment to Caribbean...

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26. 3. 15

Davidoff Art Initiative: Application for New York 2015, Beijing and Berlin 2016

The Davidoff Art Initiative invites artists from the Caribbean region to apply to the Davidoff Art Residency programme for Fall 2015 in New York, or Spring 2016 in Beijing and Berlin. All visual artists, photographers, video and performance artists who have a project idea are encouraged to send a proposal...

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26. 3. 15

Caribbean Queer Visualities II

Caribbean Queer Visualities reflects on and stimulates the production of creative and critical work that takes seriously the emergence of heterodox personal and public identities, identities that breach or subvert or evade the heteronormativities of colonial and postcolonial modes of being and self-expression. Growing in part out of a concern about the catastrophes...

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