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29. 3. 17

Call for Papers: CARIFESTA XIII Symposium

The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, in partnership with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth, Barbados, invites participation in the CARIFESTA XIII Symposium entitled “The Caribbean, the Arts and the Cultural Industries: Negotiating Tradition, Aesthetics, Economics and Legacy.” The Symposium will be hosted at The University...

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24. 3. 17

We Are All Queer – On Caribbean Queer Visualities and Beyond Homophobia

Trinidadian poet and writer Andre Bagoo shares reviews of the the Small Axe-curated exhibition 'Caribbean Queer Visualities', which debuted at The Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast in November 2016 during the Outburst Queer Arts Festival and is currently taking place at Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland until March 25, 2017, and the 'Beyond Homophobia' conference...

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22. 3. 17

Medulla Art Gallery presents ‘The Things We Keep’

Medulla Art Gallery, Trinidad is pleased to invite you to  'The Things We Keep', an exhibition featuring work by Alicia Milne, Jaime Lee Loy, Michelle Isava and Nadia Huggins. The show opens on Thursday, March 23, 2017 from 7:00pm - 9:00 pm at the gallery on #37 Fitt Street Woodbrook, Port...

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21. 3. 17

NLS presents IN: Rosanna McLaughlin

The upcoming episode of NLS Kingston’s live podcast IN will take place next Sunday, March 26, 2017 at 10:00 am Jamaican time. NLS writer in residence Rosanna McLaughlin will speak about her current research into Cuban artist Ana Mendieta's legacy and the controversy surrounding her death. Her residency at NLS is...

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20. 3. 17

Rodell Warner selected for 2017 Davidoff Art Initiative Limited Art Edition

The Davidoff Art Initiative (DAI) is pleased to name Rodell Warner (b. 1986, Trinidad and Tobago) as the artist behind the 2017 Limited Art Edition, ahead of Davidoff's return to Art Basel in Hong Kong this month. The Trinidadian artist explores interpersonal relations by employing digital media and photography, creating...

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15. 3. 17

NGJ shares news on the Jamaica Biennial 2017 – The Awards

The Jamaica Biennial is one of the big highlights of Jamaica’s cultural calendar, and also a very important one, not only for the local visual arts community but also for the art world of the broader Caribbean region. In recent years, this ambitious, high-profile exhibition has become more international in...

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10. 3. 17

The CMCA presents Invisible Heritage: Transfer 2017 Exhibition

The Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts (CMCA), St. Croix cordially invites the public to 'Invisible Heritage: Transfer 2017', a visual arts exhibition curated by Monica Marin featuring recent work by Virgin Islands artists who are actively engaged in a conversation about the islands' colonial history, including the last 100 years...

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