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19. 5. 16

If Walls Could Talk: Career retrospective reintroduces work of St. Croix painter El’Roy Simmonds

David Knight Jr. reviews the retrospective exhibition 'If Walls Could Talk' by Crucian painter El'Roy Simmonds, curated by Monica Marin and Niarus Walker at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts (CMCA), St. Croix. It has been nearly 30 years, a full generation, since Simmonds has had a solo show in...

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18. 5. 16

Call for submissions: toofprints

toofprints is a side project exploring contemporary graphic design in a public space — Alice Yard, Trinidad. The project is curated by Kriston Chen of notsirk designs in conversation with Erik Brandt, founder of Ficciones Typografika. The exhibition surface is a 50 3/4"(W) x 39 1/2"(H) concrete slab, fitting up to two 25 3/8"(W) x 39 1/2"(H) posters,...

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17. 5. 16

Alice Yard presents a conversation with curator Kristen Gaylord

Alice Yard, Trinidad presents a conversation with curator Kristen Gaylord, who is the Beaumont & Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and a PhD Candidate at New York University. On Thursday 19 May 2016, at 7 pm, she will give an informal talk at Alice Yard...

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13. 5. 16

Open call for the studio program at the Queens Museum

The Queens Museum is one of the only US museums to house a working studio program. In fall 2013, an expansion doubling the Museum's size included artist studios in the north wing. All artists are invited to apply for a subsidized studio at the Museum, available for one year, with...

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12. 5. 16

The Bim LitFest 2016

The 2016 Bim LitFest takes place Thursday, May 12 to Saturday, May 14. This year’s festival is part of the celebration of Barbados' fiftieth year of Independence, and will be staged in Independence Square, historic Bridgetown, whose surroundings are part of the island's World Heritage Site. In addition to award...

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10. 5. 16

Creative Capital names Suzy Delvalle as New President and Executive Director

Pioneering artist support and professional development organization Creative Capital has named Susan Delvalle as its new President and Executive Director. Delvalle will succeed Ruby Lerner, Creative Capital’s founder and current President and Executive Director, who announced in 2015 her intention to step down from the role after seventeen years at...

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9. 5. 16

Tamika Gibson wins CODE’s 2016 Burt Award For Caribbean Literature

Debut Novelist Tamika Gibson wins CODE’s 2016 Burt Award For Caribbean Literature! Gibson received the first prize of $10,000 CAD for her first novel, 'De First Family'. Born in Trinidad and Tobago, Gibson now lives in the US Virgin Islands. Florenz Webbe Maxwell of Bermuda won the second prize of...

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