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14. 8. 16

Powerful drama set in Paramin to open trinidad+tobago film festival in September

'Play the Devil' – a powerful, coming of age drama, set in the high altitude of Trinidad’s rural Paramin, will open the 11th edition of the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff), at the Central Bank Auditorium, on 20 September, 2016. Making its Trinidad + Tobago premiere, the film which debuted at the Los Angeles Film...

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13. 8. 16

Rio III Gallery presents ‘Living In My Skin’

Rio III Gallery, New York presents 'Living In My Skin', an exhibition which explores the complexities of the multicultural and multiracial island of Quisqueya. This body of work composed of eleven women in the arts, from Dominican and Haitian decent challenges society norms by breaking through colonialism while channeling the...

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12. 8. 16

Introduction to Caribbean Linked IV by David Knight Jr.

David Knight Jr., this year's writer-in-residence for the Caribbean Linked IV programme taking place at Ateliers '89, Aruba, shares his introduction to the island and the residency. David captures the collective spirit of camaraderie that has developed among this year's residents, challenging the notion that nationalistic borders need necessarily create separation between...

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12. 8. 16

Popopstudios presents ‘Through the Screen Door’ by Angelika Wallace-Whitfield

Popopstudios, the Bahamas, presents an exhibition of artworks by Angelika Wallace-Whitfield titled 'Through the Screen Door', taking place Friday, August 12, 2016 from 7-10 pm. All proceeds from this show will go towards Angelika's final year of study at the University of Kent, UK. The event will also feature a...

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11. 8. 16

New Museum artist in residence Simone Leigh spearheads ‘Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter’

On Sunday, July 10, over one hundred black women artists gathered to form a collective force underground, known as Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter (BWA for BLM). Simone Leigh, the current artist in residence at the New Museum, New York convened this group in response to the continued inhumane...

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10. 8. 16

The Guyana Chronicle shares ‘Notes from Caribbean Linked IV…’

Guyanese artist Dominique Hunter writes for the Guyana Chronicle about the beginning of her experience in the Caribbean Linked IV artist residency programme, taking place at Ateliers '89 in Aruba. Despite a difficult start due to challenges with intra-Caribbean travel, Dominique reflects on the wealth of visual and creative influences...

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9. 8. 16

The trinidad+tobago film festival shares call for projects: Caribbean Film Mart

The call for submissions for the Caribbean Film Mart, which will take place from 24-25 September 2016, is now open. The Caribbean Film Mart will be held during the 11th edition of the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff), and is seeking Caribbean feature film projects (narrative and documentary) in development or...

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