Visual Arts Exhibition In Pelican Village

Paula Harper-Grant Ministry News

The Barbados Arts Council’s 2018 Crop Over Art Exhibition got underway on Tuesday evening at the Pelican Craft Village. Senior Cultural Policy Officer at the Ministry of Creative Economy, Culture and Sports, Sheron Johnson, delivering brief remarks on behalf of Minister John King, noted that the exhibition had been a feature of Barbados’ rich cultural landscape for over 20 years, …

Plans To Expand CDD’s Programmes

Paula Harper-Grant Top Stories

The programmes currently being offered by the Community Development Department (CDD) will be expanded. Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development, Steve Blackett, disclosed this today, at the launch this morning of the Community Art Programme Exhibition. He said the CDD would “extend the offerings of this programme to include a number of additional disciplines.” Minister Blackett explained …

Art On Show In The City

Paula Harper-Grant Ministry News

Barbadians, as well as visitors to the island, will get the opportunity to see and purchase art, just in time for the holiday season, when the Community Development Department (CDD) mounts an exhibition in Noman Centre, The City. Programme Officer at the CDD, Bridgette Marshall-Griffith, explained that the exhibition would run from November 24, to December 2, in the heart …

A Call For More Support For The Arts

Jamal Weekes Top Stories

Minister of Culture, Stephen Lashley, has described regional conglomerate Massy as “visionary”, following its recent hosting of a new art exhibition at its Warrens, St. Michael, location. During a walk-through of the pop up art gallery at Massy Stores Super Centre, Mr. Lashley praised the management of Massy (Barbados) Ltd. for hosting the “Rebel-Celetic” art exhibition, which is curated by …