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20. 4. 15

Alice Yard presents ECSTATIC TIME: works in progress by Lauren Marsden

For seven consecutive nights, Friday 17 to Friday 24 April, 2015, from 7-10 pm each night, Alice Yard artist in residence Lauren Marsden will be screening new video works in the Alice Yard space, Trinidad. Each night, a different image from her project ECSTATIC TIME will be on display. Come by...

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20. 4. 15

Carib Flame shares ‘Barbados to host CARIFESTA 2017′

Carib Flame reports that Barbados' Minister of Culture, Stephen Lashley announced during a press conference at the Ministry’s Headquarters at Sky Mall, Haggatt Hall, St Michael that Barbados will host CARIFESTA in 2017. According to the Minister, this ‘huge venture’ fits directly under the ministry’s mandate “to propel the growth...

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19. 4. 15

Sharon Norwood ‘Split Ends’ Exhibition on the Politics of Hair

Split Ends is a solo exhibition of work by Jamaican-born artist Sharon Norwood from her fascinating new series of the same name. Hosted by the Kirk Ke Wang Art Space in Tampa and curated by Danny Olda, the exhibition is set to open Friday, May 1, 2015. Split Ends is...

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19. 4. 15

Five Caribbean poets shortlisted for Hollick Arvon Prize 2015

The judges for the 2015 Hollick Arvon Caribbean Writers Prize have announced a shortlist of five, chosen from among the ten previously longlisted writers. The leading Caribbean award for emerging writers will be awarded this year in the field of poetry. The five poets who will now compete for this unique...

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18. 4. 15

Autograph ABP presents ‘Whip It Good: Spinning From History’s Filthy Mind’

Autograph ABP, Rivington Place, London, presents 'Whip It Good: Spinning From History’s Filthy Mind'the first UK solo exhibition by Danish-Trinidadian artist Jeannette Ehlers. Presented in two parts, seven evening performances in the gallery followed by a seven-week exhibition, 'Whip it Good' retraces the footsteps of colonialism and maps the contemporary reverberations...

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18. 4. 15

Chief Curator appointed at the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas

After a national and international search, the Board of The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) is extremely pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Holly Bynoe as Chief Curator. Holly Bynoe is a curator, writer and visual artist from St. Vincent and the Grenadines who, for several years, has...

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18. 4. 15

Alice Yard hosts a reading and performance by M. NourbeSe Philip

Alice Yard, Trinidad invites you to a reading/performance by Tobago-born, Canada based poet, writer and lawyer M. NourbeSe Philip, from her celebrated book Zong! The reading will include an experimental collaboration with musicians Sharda Patasar and Tinika Davis. Professor Patricia Saunders of the University of Miami will introduce the event, which...

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