June 14, 2021

Take part! Calling all Cayman Islands’ artists & vendors to Cayfest 2016!

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cayfest_red_sky_at_night2Cayfest, the Cayman Islands National Festival of the Arts, is Cayman’s finest showcase of local talent. With an eclectic mix of visual arts, music, theatre, film, fashion design, and cultural discussions, this festival has an emphasis on local arts and culture. At the same time, the festival stimulates and inspires local artists by including a diverse range of participants.

Some highlights of the Festival include the annual National Arts & Culture Awards ceremony, the Cayman Islands Folk Singers in Concert, and Red Sky at Night festival.
For more information, visit www.artscayman.org/cayfest


National Arts & Culture Awards * February 25th 2016 By Invite Only.
The National Arts and Culture Awards recognise those who attain a level of merit in their artistic discipline, contribute to the arts, culture and heritage of the Cayman Islands and support the work of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation. If you would like to make a nomination please get in touch with CNCF by emailing [email protected] or by calling (345) 949 5477.

The Cayman Islands Folk Singers in Concert * February 26th 2016 Tickets go on sale in February 2016!
In 2009, CNCF formed the Cayman Islands Folk Singers, a company of amateur singers and musicians dedicated primarily to preserving, celebrating and propagating the musical traditions of the Cayman Islands. The company exists to bring to the people of the Cayman Islands folk music works of the highest possible artistic and technical standards and production values and works that are reflective of the Caymanian image and appreciative of our place in the Caribbean region and the wider world. Don’t miss this dynamic group of singers and musicians share stories through song at the Harquail Theatre for one night only during Cayfest. Email [email protected] for more information.

‘Red Sky at Night’ festival * February 27th 2016 – REGISTER NOW!
The event is an enchanting evening, rich in arts and culture. Walking through the garden, visitors will be treated to live performances from dancers, actors and storytellers as well as creative work by local visual artists and crafts people. Celebrated films from around the Caribbean and inspiring performances will be featured within the festival theatres. Visitors will be escorted by the sounds of the steel pan, fiddle and drums and lured by a mouthwatering array of local culinary delicacies. For all the reasons we love arts and culture in the Cayman Islands! Email [email protected] or call us on (345) 949-5477 for details.


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