August 4, 2020

Paris Gallery implements social distancing hats with a major design flaw

By Rain Noe From Core77 Hot on the heels of Burger King’s sombrero-like social distancing crown marketing gag, an art gallery in Paris has implemented something similar, but far less effective. As Reuters reports, visitors to the 59 Rivoli gallery are given absurd-looking “winged” hats with a bizarre history: The colourful papier-mâché hats are modelled […]

The UWI to launch new faculty to boost regional culture and creativity

The UWI Regional Headquarters, Jamaica. Friday, July 31, 2020. —A cultural medley showcasing varied forms of Caribbean creative expression along with eminent regional voices, will feature prominently when The University of the West Indies (The UWI) launches its newest Faculty of Culture, Creative and Performing Arts this weekend. The UWI’s ninth faculty will be situated […]

Cayman: Immerse Summer Camp 2020 – Register today!

From Cayman Islands National Museum CLICK HERE to register

“Dancers in lockdown”

The British Photographic Assignment 2020: COVID-19, Entry “Project HOPE – Dancers in Lockdown” Entry by Photographer Senem Peace As a photographer, I wanted to do my small part in supporting the community in the current situation that we all are in. So, I decided to convert a future photography project of mine and fit it to the current climate: […]

“Under Pressure”

The British Photographic Assignment 2020: COVID-19, Entry “Under Pressure” Entry by Photographer Scott Stevens In March 2020, the UK was put into lockdown as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. For many landscape photographers like myself, this sudden change put an immediate stop to their practices and created an uncertain future for the creation of new […]

Cayman: Gordon J Solomon 2020 JULY Newsletter

From Gordon Solomon GORDON  J  SOLOMON2020  JULY  NEWSLETTER My featured artwork, entitled “Thatcher”, is a collage of images that tell the story of our National Tree.  The artwork paints a chronicle of the thatch tree’s usage; plating of its leaves into baskets, “laces” for wompas, broom and hat. It was even used to hold the turtle, once […]

UK: Spice World and West End Musicals hit the Drive In Meridian Waters – Book Now!

From BritishTheatre.Com WEST END MUSICAL DRIVE IN8th and 29th August and 12 September The UK’s biggest musical theatre concert continues as West End Musical Drive-In announce three new socially distant celebrations across August and September. Kicking off the August season will be theatre legend John Owen-Jones (Phantom of the Opera; Les Misérables) with special guests Sophie Evans […]

Sign now: the U.S. government needs to hear us

From freedom United We need your voice. On August 15, we’ll be delivering our petition to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, asking them to block imports of FGV palm oil linked to forced labor. Your signature will strengthen our collective power as concerned consumers who want to keep forced labor off the supermarket shelves. Sign now We’re […]

Cayman: Two men seriously injured assault incident in George Town, 27 July

From RCIPS July 27 2020 Just before 2AM today, Monday 27 July, police was dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communication Centre to the Dolphin Plaza on Eastern Avenue, George Town, to a fight in progress where it was  reported that a large group was involved in the incident. Two of the men involved in the incident […]

Acting Classes for all!

CDS: Acting Classes on sale for all! From Cayman Drama Society CAYSTAGE TIMETABLE (Academic Year 2020/21)NOW BOOKING FOR TERM 1:  To book a class click here or click the class title below! OUR TERM DATESTERM 1 (7 weeks) Tue 1st Sept to Thu 15th OctTERM 2 (8 weeks) Tue 27th Oct to Thu 17th DecTERM 3 (11 weeks) Tue 5th […]