October 22, 2018

Jamaica’s Sean Paul gets fifth Billboard #1 debut

From Caribbean360 The dancehall superstar’s sixth studio album Full Frequency also debuted at #1 in Japan and made Mexico’s top five. Jamaica’s dancehall superstar Sean Paul has scored another landmark achievement with his fifth # 1 reggae album debut on the Billboard Reggae charts for his sixth studio album Full Frequency. Full Frequency was released […]

Famed artist Guy Harvey unveils his signature hull artwork for Norwegian Escape

MIAMI – March 12, 2014 – Norwegian Cruise Line announced today that Guy Harvey, widely recognized as the world’s finest marine wildlife artist and champion of ocean conservation, has been named to design the signature hull artwork of the line’s largest ship to date, Norwegian Escape, scheduled to debut in October 2015. At an event […]

Portrait of Thatcher

By Gordon J. Solomon The unique silver thatch is deep rooted into sand beds and rock formations on all three Cayman Islands. The “outer” side of the leaf, which faces the sun, is a verdant green while the opposite side has a shimmering silver color. The young leaves of the silver thatch tree are harvested […]

Legally Blonde at The Prospect Playhouse is SOLD OUT

Weekly News from National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NG)

The NC had special visitors here at the Gallery on Monday, 17th February for Happy Seniors Morning. Over 30 seniors visited from the Elmslie Memorial United Church and Church of God. The Happy Seniors enjoyed taking part in creative art activities, listing to a lecture about the history of art in the Cayman Islands, and […]

One Person’s Trash Is This Woman’s Art

IMAGE: FLICKR, ELISA NARANJA METÁLICA INSUA By Andrea Romano From Mashable Argentinean artist Elisa Naranja Metalica Insua lives in a world of color picked out of the garbage. The 24-year-old specializes in mixed media art, which refers to the use of more than one medium to create an art piece. In Elisa Insua’s case, using […]

Happy Seniors visit the National Gallery

From The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands Over 30 seniors from the Elmslie Memorial United Church and Church of God Happy Seniors Group visited the National Gallery Monday, 17 February 2014. The Happy Seniors enjoyed taking part in creative art activities, listing to a lecture about the history of art in the Cayman Islands […]

The Story of Le Bernardin’s 24-Foot Seascape Painting

By Chris Malloy From Serious Eats On the back wall of Le Bernardin, a restaurant known for its seafood, a 24-foot oil painting of the Pacific Ocean hangs above a well-lit dining room of white-clothed tables neatly set with plates, cutlery, and glasses. It spans four tables. Foamy, sunlit water eddies across the canvas from […]

Last chance to see Steel Magnolias at The Playhouse

Last Chance! … to purchase tickets for the Award Winning Smash hit “Steel Magnolias” On stage for its’ final weekend Thursday, Friday and Saturday Prospect Playhouse, Red Bay Doors open at 7 pm, Curtain at 7.30 pm. Tickets can be purchased by calling 938-1998 or boxoffice@cds.ky Call today ~ Tickets for tonight are still available […]

Weekly News from the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands

Exciting things have been happening at the National Gallery from Gypsy Jazz to brand new artwork produced by our Walkers Art Club students. It’s been a busy start to 2014 and we hope you’re taking full advantage of the Gallery’s offerings. Registration is now open for two adult art programmes. The seascapes painting workshop with […]