Barbados Visual Arts Magazine – October 2017 Issue

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October issue of the online Barbados Visual Arts just out. Plus Arts Listings (below in this same post).Exhibitions, painters, photographers, art talks, workshops and interviews.Link here https://issuu.com/…/docs/october_2017_visual_arts_magazine_b Available for download to view at your own leisure.This month’s edition features a new pop up gallery, a collaboration between The Grove Gallery and On The Wall Gallery at Limegrove. Curated by Vanita Gopwani Comissiong” All Things … Read More

Barbados Visual Arts Magazine – September 2017 Issue

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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 … Read More

Crop Over Visual Arts Festival 2017 Prize Winners

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This year’s Central Bank Crop Over Visual Arts Festival 2017 has again showcased the hard work and talents of a wide cross section of Barbadian Artists. We would like to congratulate all of the prize winners and wish them continued success! Cecil Web – “Rhythm and Wood” Cecil Web – “Rhythm and Wood” Patrick Louis – Harrison’s Beauty Patrick Louis … Read More

Barbados Visual Arts Magazine – July 2017 Issue

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Letitia used the residency to work on an individual poetic project, Melody of a Lost Woman. This series of twelve narrative poems focused specifically on Bahamian womanhood and the effects of the patriarchy on the feminine existence within the Bahamas. The piece draws strongly on Moya Bailey’s concept of misogynoir, which refers to the violence that black women endure by … Read More

The New BA Arts and Entertainment Management Degree at BCC

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In September 2016 an excited group of students entered the Barbados Community College (BCC), proud to be a part of the historic first cohort of the new Bachelor of Arts in Arts and Entertainment Management (BA AEM). This comprehensive programme, offered through the Centre for the Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA/Division of Fine Arts) is the first of its kind … Read More