Barbados Visual Arts Magazine – September 2017 Issue

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September issue of Barbados Visual Arts Magazine. Art & Photography in Barbados. Free and downloadable to view at your leisure.

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This month features Llewellyn Xavier’s exhibition ’Celebration’ at Habitation Clement, Martinique and Ronald Cyrille whose work was exhibited during Carifesta XIII Barbados in “Carré d’art de Guadeloupe”.curated by Nathalie Hainault

Opportunity to see the art from 9 of the Visual Arts exhibitons held during CarifestaXIII. Pages 8-21 has direct online links for those of you unable to get to the exhibitions and for those of you who would like to view them again. Feel free to share your favourites.

Lilian Sten-Nicholson provides an insight to ‘Queen’s Park House and its role in Barbadian and Caribbean Art’ with an excerpt from a book she is writing.

Annalee Babb presented a paper ‘Mapping The Cultural Industries: Lessons Learnt’ at a Symposium at The University of The West Indies.

Henry Fraser talks on the visual arts and follows up on his quest for us to finally see a National Gallery/Museum in his ‘Things That Matter. The Soul of The Caribbean.’ In his weekly article for the newspapers.

Rivenis TheArtist had a kickstarter for his digital art and stories book ‘Discordia I’ and successfully raised the funds to print. Only to be held up with a surprise cost of extra duties which have held the book up until now. They are here! And he is straight on to Kickstarter II which is already being supported by fans. On an aside, this kind of talent truly needs to be supported.

Cover graced by Norman Mayers

Sometime this next month, or two, I hope to create a Visual Arts Carifesta magazine. A huge task as there were hundreds of pieces being exhibited in many galleries and spaces. But am determined that the world will see some of the talent that we have in our islands.

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Produced and published by Corrie Scott.