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31. 8. 15

Generosity and the practice of art making

Holly Bynoe reports on Caribbean Linked III, a regional residency programme and exhibition held in Aruba, organized by Ateliers '89, The Fresh Milk Art Platform and ARC Magazine. Having been involved from its inception and actively contributing to each iteration, Bynoe reflects on this year's experience with the knowledge of...

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30. 8. 15

Exclusive: A Bit of Sheena Rose

Natalie McGuire shares a review of a performance/installation by Barbadian artist Sheena Rose, which took place on July 18, 2015 in the artist's own home. Titled 'A Bit of Gossip, A Bit of Privacy', Rose used this intimate setting to create a piece which portrayed a very personal narrative through...

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30. 8. 15

The Master Class with Kristina Newman-Scott

This month’s column for ARC Magazine’s regular segment The Master Class, which shares conversations about art education, museums, leadership and arts management for students and emerging art professionals, is pleased to feature Daniela Fifi in conversation with Jamaican-born arts & culture professional Kristina Newman-Scott, who was appointed the Director of Culture...

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30. 8. 15

Kiko ta Kiko Caribbean Linked III?

Natalie McGuire reports on her experiences at Caribbean Linked III, using the Papiamento greeting 'Kiko ta Kiko?' as a starting point. Literally translating to  'What is what?', McGuire uses this phrase to question further: What is it to come from the Caribbean? The regional residency held at Ateliers '89 in...

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30. 8. 15

The creative community and Baha Mar

In a piece originally published in The Nassau Guardian, John Cox, a Bahamian artist and Creative Director of The Current at Baha Mar, shares a statement about the ambitious and unprecedented work he and his team have been doing to commission and sell Bahamian art, promoting the Bahamas as a...

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30. 8. 15

I’m so excited. I think I’m going to puke

Natusha Croes reports from Caribbean Linked III, which has been a space of growth, encounter and epiphany for the artist. Being back in Aruba and surrounded by other young creative minds from around the region sparked feelings of nostalgia and familiarity as well as highlighting distances and differences. This ultimately...

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30. 8. 15

Caribbean Linked III: So Dispersed, Yet Surprisingly Close

Leo Aguirre, one of the participating artists in Caribbean Linked III, reports on his time at Ateliers '89 in Aruba. This regional residency has not only inspired Aguirre to explore fresh avenues that he has wanted to venture down, but he describes the gathering of artists from all over the...

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