A Groundation Grenada art residency account by Rosabelle Illes No, it’s not fake tan, It’s natural sulfur from the ‘Cha cha’ Sulfur Spring in Hermitage, St.Patrick’s There is one main road and the bus stops wherever you need it to – on that main
Robin de Vogel at Caribbean Linked II residency in Aruba (Image by Shirley Rufin) Groundation Grenada is excited to have two artists visiting for residencies in August! One of these amazing artists, Robin de Vogel, will be hosting Reinventing Mementos visual
:: Reflections by Arnaldo James our visiting artist resident :: Time in Grenada is one rapid immersion, my intention has been to gain a sense of Grenadian life apart from tourism endeavours. At its root this exploration is a visual exercise
Multiple consciousnesses, one artist. That’s the theme for WOMA co-curator Stacey Byer’s solo art exhibition Polyphrenia, which ends this Saturday 8th December, explores communities of the mind using painting, illustration, and mixed media.The exhibition features some 40 works on Grenadian
We just received an email from The Grenada Arts Council announcing an invitation from Andrea McLeod, lecturer of Art & Design at TAMCC. This Friday (Tomorrow!) 27th July, 4-7pm Exhibition of Art work by former Art & Design students Fort
Now Available in Grenada, ARC Magazine!!! It is being sold at Presents in Excel Plaza 444.3557. ARC Magazine is a Caribbean Art and Culture magazine published out of St. Vincent and the Grenadines by artists Nadia Huggins and Holly Bynoe.
Brianna McCarthy is a young west indian mixed media artist. She has an ongoing online exhibition of her work on her blogspot & tumblr. She is an amazing example of how you can use the internet to gain an audience
‘History is hysterical: it is constituted only if we consider it, only if we look at it- and in order to look at it, we must be excluded from it.”- Roland Barthes. This art exhibit on view until Sept 25th