August 20, 2018

Seaga is a visionary for the cultural sector – Holness

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By Office of the Prime Minister Jfrom JIS Story Highlights Prime Minister Andrew Holness has described Former Prime Minister The Most Honourable Seaga as a visionary, leader and statesman who did much for the cultural sector. Mr. Seaga played a pivotal role in the creation of the Cultural Training Centre now the Edna Manley School […]

Caribbean Version of Vagina Monologues highlights domestic violence in Haitian community

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By Fabienne Colas From The Haitian Times Haiti is known for many things; for its food, its music, its art and its people, who stay continuously resilient in the face of political and socioeconomic turmoil. However one aspect of Haitian culture that is kept in the shadows, is the misogynic ideals that are interwoven in […]

Appeal launched for greater focus on the arts In Caribbean’s institutions of higher learning

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From PRIDE BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Apr. 5, (CMC) – Tertiary level educators across the Caribbean have launched an appeal for greater focus on developing Arts programs at the region’s institutions of higher learning. They made the call at the opening of the inaugural CSEC/CAPE conference, being held at the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination of […]

Cayman National Cultural Foundation announces Butterfield Young At Arts Summer Intensive

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CNCF/Butterfield Young At Arts (YAA) Summer Intensive REGISTRATION OPEN! Young At Arts Summer Intensive (2014 Summer Term) Auditions will be held at The Harquail Theatre: Saturday 24th May (10am-12pm) Saturday 31st May (10am-12pm) Callbacks: Saturday 7th June (2pm-4pm). The YAA Summer Intensive runs 1st July to 8th August, 2014 Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 3pm […]