Is litigation around the criminalisation and lack of recognition of the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people, currently possible in the countries of the eastern Caribbean? This was the main question under interrogation as lawyers joined
:: by Mark King :: At the beginning of April I revisited Nassau as a participating artist in Transforming Spaces. Last month the festival celebrated its 10th year and has become the Bahamas’ biggest contemporary art event. The main feature
:: by Akeema-Zane :: Photograph by Allison Anthony You may come to know the place of your foremothers on your own terms. You may feel strain in your development, for you will realize that your family may still
:: by Groundation Co-Founders :: The Caribbean Studies Association is having its 38th annual Conference in Grenada at the Grand Beach Resort in Grenada from June 3rd to 7th.The theme of the Conference is Caribbean Spaces and Institutions: Contesting Paradigms
:: by Sandra Sealy :: Some years ago I saw Susan Mains‘ painting, Team Work (2003), in a Caribbean exhibition in The Caribbean Gallery of Art in Speightstown, Barbados. I was doing one of my occasional art gallery crawls. There were
I feel like a kid who just left camp. The 3rd Annual CaribbeanTales Film Festival in Barbados was so incredible that I almost didn’t want to come back home. I wasn’t expecting to be there. Only a few days before
Projects & Space is an amazing group in Barbados for artists of all kinds…visual artists, poets, musicians. They have monthly meetings and connect through a facebook group daily to support each others work, share ideas and inspiration, and plan collaborative projects.