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All information correct at time of publishing. Please phone or email relevant galleries to confirm dates of events as they may be subject to change. Updates as news of arts events comes in each month may be viewed on http://corriescott.net/page28.htm Published by Corrie Scott

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Welcome to Barbados Monthly Arts Events This is a completely free magazine created out of the need to inform so that we can get to exhibitions, artist talks, workshops and more, rather than hearing about events after they have taken place. I encourage anyone with a visual arts event to get in contact with me at corriescott@gmail.com and I will add a free page for you. Let’s get the arts out there! Please, pass this magazine on to others and so help the creative side of Barbados get all the exposure possible. Corrie


Corrie Scott and Kathy Yearwood published a Directory of Barbadian artists. Click here to view the entire book online www.issuu.com/corriescott/docs/art_directory_barbados_dec_2011 The directory is on line and the pages have direct links to artists email and their websites. The full book is viewable online at no cost. This Arts Directory Barbados encompasses all visual art forms. Art, Photography, Sculpture, Installations, Pottery, Craft work, Handcrafted Jewellery and more. For more information please contact Corrie Scott corriescott@gmail.com


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ARTIST ALLIANCE BARBADOS & CONTEMPORARY STUDIO CERAMICS presents

‘FORM & FIRE’ March 23rd - May 24th RECEPTION AND LECTURE AT EMBASSY OF ARGENTINA OPENING RECEPTION hosted by Embassy of Argentina Sat Mar 23rd, 6pm-8pm. LECTURE ON CERAMIC HERITAGE OF BARBADOD by Kevin Farmer Sat March 30th, 2pm - 4pm. Viewing by appointment only 830 3420 or 822 3694 RECEPTION, POTTERY MAKING & ARTS TALK AT NORMAN CENTRE, BRIDGETOWN OPENING RECEPTION

Sun Apr 28th, 3pm - 6pm

‘POTTERY MAKING 101’ Sat Mar 11th, 11am - 2pm General Public will be invited to pinch a pot CERAMIC EXPERIENCES SAT MAY 11TH, 3pm – 5pm Ancel Daniel and Jamila Haynes will speak on their UK ceramic education. Jamila will display her work which will stay up until May 13th Featured artists; Ancel Daniel, Gail Riley, Lynn Haynes, Martina Pile, Melanie D'Oliveira, Juliana Inniss


BARBADOS PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY FEBRUARY THEME WAS "FINE ART & ABSTRACTS"  the hashtag #bpsfineartandabstracts  was used. "Fine Art Photography is photography created in accordance with the vision of the artist as a photographer. The goal is to express an idea, a message, or an emotion.“ "this is an example of what happens when you just leave all conventional rules behind and let creativity take you to an endpoint that you like. The result may not be everyone's cup of tea, but what matters most is that you are happy with what you have created.“  Hugh Walker


MARIO PORCHETTA


VEE HARTLAND


RAYMOND MAUGHAN


HUGH WALKER


VEE HARTLAND


CHERYL HUNTE SMALL


HUGH WALKER


CORRIE SCOTT


ANDRE DONAWA


PAUL LARRIER


LESLIE ST JOHN


AKIL BRATHWAITE


RUSSELL POOLER


CHERYL McCOLLIN


VEE HARTLAND


ANDRE DONAWA


ANDRE DONAWA


RHOHAN BULLEN


MARCO ALLEYNE


VICTOR GITTENS


LOGAN THOMAS


CHERYL HUNTE-SMALL


CY HUTCHINSON


ROGER HANNANT


JENNY GONSALVES


WINSTON EDGHILL


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FERRY ZIEVINGER


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ANDRE WILLIAMS


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ARTIST ALLIANCE BARBADOS in collaboration with CAFA

OPEN STUDIO TOURS Thurs March 7th and Fri March 8th. $160Bds($80USD) To book call or Whatsapp (246) 822 3694 or 1 (646) 267 8831 For more information please visit www.bajanart.com TOUR EAST AND WEST Thursday March 7th Azizah Onifa / Jewellery Alison Chapman-Andrews/ Painting Heidi Berger/ Painting & mixed media Kenneth Blackman/ Sculpture Margaret Herbert/ Textiles TOUR SOUTH. Friday March 8th Amanda Trought/ Mixed media Cher Antoinette/ Mixed media and Jewellery Lorna Wilson/ Painting Hebron Chism/ Mixed media and Sculpture Ann Rudder/ Textiles and Painting


ALISON-CHAPMAN ANDREWS


ANN RUDDER


AZIZAH ONIFA


KENNETH “BLACK” BLACKMAN


AMANDA TROUGHT


HEIDI BERGER


HEBRON CHISM


LORNA WILSON


MARGARET HERBERT


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9th Annual Caribbean Fine Art Fair & Symposium. March 6th - 10th. For more information please go to CAFA Facebook page. Link here https://www.facebook.com/CaFAFairBarbados/ Paintings, sculpture, photography, fine art jewelry, drawings, original & limited edition prints, as well as new media exploring the cultural traditions of the Caribbean.


9th Annual Caribbean Fine Art Fair & Symposium. March 6th - 10th. For more information please go to CAFA Facebook page. Link here https://www.facebook.com/CaFAFairBarbados/ Paintings, sculpture, photography, fine art jewelry, drawings, original & limited edition prints, as well as new media exploring the cultural traditions of the Caribbean. Mission The last few years have seen a dramatic increase in the interest for Caribbean art, as evidenced by major Museum shows, art fairs, publications, and the growing number of the world’s most savvy collectors adding Caribbean art to their collections. CaFA Fair - Barbados will present another significant opportunity for Caribbean art to be highlighted and for collectors and curators to find highly collectible works. It is intended to become a focal point for Caribbean visual arts, created by artists both resident in the region and in the Diaspora. Call +64 6-267 8831 m.me/CaFAFairBarbados info@cafafair.com http://www.cafafair.com Our team which will manage and market CaFA Fair – Barbados under the banner of Diaspora Now comprise the following highly experienced individuals: Jaub Brooks - Production/Social Media Loris Crawford – Director, Art Off The Main Art Fair Dr. Gloria Gordon – Author, Curator Charlene Smith - Media/PR Anderson M. Pilgrim – Curator, Artists’ Representative Steve Reid – Consultant


CREATIVITY IS THE FOUNDATION OF A STRONG COMMUNITY By Sarah Thomson Six months ago I dragged my husband and kids to Barbados on a mission to do all that we can to help the local community become self-sustaining. We are focused on building a social enterprise – a business that does social good while also making returns for its shareholders. Our goal is to build public support for creativity which we believe will spread far beyond the arts to help local entrepreneurs. Barbados can and should be producing enough food to sustain its population but the island relies heavily on imports. As well local manufacturing isn’t producing enough supplies for the population. The country is trying to embrace environmental initiatives, but the community is slow to engage. It is a country with a long history of slavery, tourism, and corruption – all have worked to destroy the much needed public trust that allows a community to flourish. We’ve named our company Canvas and Cave and plan to build an eco-art centre in Barbados to build support for creativity and engage the community. Cultural support for creativity has a huge impact on the way people view their community. It causes people to become more engaged and hold government and institutions accountable for the social services they provide. When these institutions fulfill their mandate, public trust grows. With public trust comes a sense of security which allows people to more open to unique investments. The impact of public trust on local entrepreneurs is extensive. They are more likely to gain first level support from their friends, family, and neighbours. We hope to ignite support for creative by building an active art centre where the local community can learn the arts, share ideas and build relationships. As Harvard professor Tarun Khanna describes in his book Trust: Creating the Foundation for Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries,-- “when citizens lack trust, they are less likely to comply with laws and regulations, pay taxes, tolerate different viewpoints or ways of life, contribute to economic vitality, resist the appeals of demagogues, or support their neighbors.” I believe that public trust can be rebuilt. I have spent over a decade advocating for positive change that would help the environment- from transit expansion to protecting ecologically sensitive land. I’ve watched how just a little education changed public attitudes and transformed local communities. But alongside the environmental work we did, I noticed that early supporters of environmental initiatives were also keen supporters of the arts. A culture of support for good ideas seems to spread from a cultural attitude that supports creativity. And in communities that have strong support for the arts, local entrepreneurs flourish. Barbados needs to attract entrepreneurs and support those within the community.


Barbados will host our first proof of concept location. It will be sustained by an environmental glamping boutique hotel offering classes in the arts and environment to the local community and visitors wanting unique experiences. As I child I grew up in a small town just outside Toronto . When our family moved there, the downtown core was filled with abandoned old houses. We had at least a dozen within a few blocks of our house. But the town wanted to revitalize the core and in 1978 the Burlington Art Gallery and Community Art Centre was built just a few blocks from our house. The centre worked as a hub for local artists, attracting people to the area, and as the community began to support it, small entrepreneurial initiatives sprouted up. A lively music scene developed with some famous musicians and bands – Rob Preuss, Gordon Deppe, and Brett Wickens formed The Spoons in 1979. In 1986 I launched a business that built convenience stores in gas stations. Back then few had them. My company grew from developing and managing, to creating store concepts and brands for various gas companies. But I’m not sure we would have succeeded if the community hadn’t been ripe to support good ideas. I come from a family of artists - my mother is a potter and painter, and my father was a sculptor and architect. My parents instilled the idea that contributing to the world by making it a little better, a little more beautiful for others, is what truly defines personal success. While many aim for wealth, fame and status – these can be distractions that lure people away from making any significant contribution to the world. We hope that Canvas and Cave will make a real contribution and are hoping to find a partner who is passionate about building cultural support for creativity. If you know anyone who might be interested please have them connect with me…. sthomson@canvasandcave.com


ARTIST ALLIANCE BARBADOS presents ‘Offerings’, an exhibition in celebration of our Afrikan Heritage. Feb 2nd - March 14th. Viewing by appointment. Norman Centre, Bridgetown. Join us for ‘Temple’ on Sun March 3rd, 3pm - 6pm. Hosted by Nu African Traditional Religion. A reasoning in Afrikan spirituality and its presence in contemporary life. Please bring food and drink to share. Non perishable items will be donated to charity. For more information please contact curator Oneka Small at 822 3694. Participating artists. Margaret Herbert, Corrie Scott, Oneka Small, Amanda Trought, Joyce Daniel, Arlette Sthill, Hedy Klineman, Walter Bailey, Doreen Edwards, Kenneth Blackman, Hebron Chism


GROVE GALLERY ‘OBJECTS OF ABSTRACTION’ Artist Daryl Kelly Solo Exhibition At On The Wall/Grove Gallery, Limegrove Lifestyle Centre. February 28th - March 9th Curated by Vanita Gopwani Comissiong


Sheena Rose event. 16th and 17th March, 3pm to 9pm. Each day up to 25 people and 10 bds/5 bds to help for the rental of the garden. Please RSVP directly to Sheena Rose ************************************ ”Let’s have a conversation, the dates are confirmed, I am organizing a salon/lime at a beautiful garden for two days. I think it is important to have conversations and also share our thought or experiences. I think we need to be more honest with each other and understand the Barbadian/Caribbean/Global Space more. It will also be a relaxing moment, you can bring blankets, pillows, drinks, chairs, snacks, note books and your thoughts. The event will be held on 16th and 17th of March 2019 from 3 pm to 9 pm. On each day the most I will hold up to 25 people and 10 bds/5 bds to help for the rental of the garden. If you are interested, please RSVP and let’s have a conversation.”


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�These pieces are from my collection of monotypes...a monotype is a unique print, transferred onto paper by printing press from a smooth plate that has been painted with ink. Some of the prints have chine colle, a process where other papers, usually rice papers, are adhered (colle) to the unique print by running it through the press a second time.� Heidi Berger


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Monotypes 2019 Monotypes and Chine Colle Printmaking is the art of producing an image by transferring impressions from a plate, block or screen onto paper. While most printmaking methods allow for the production of multiple prints, a monotype is a one-of-a-kind print. The artist creates the image by applying inks on a blank plate made of plexiglass or metal. The plate is covered with dampened paper and is then passed through the printing press, producing a single copy of the print..   Because the creation of a monotype involves the direct application of inks onto the plate, and allows the artist to manipulate the inks on the plate by brush, roller, and other tools, it is often referred to as the “painterly print”, and it is preferred by many artists who consider themselves primarily painters, not printmakers. Its qualities include freedom, flexibility, and spontaneity.   The process of chine colle, which is used on many of the prints in this exhibit, is a specialized printmaking technique originated in the late eighteenth century. Chine colle is roughly translated from the French, “chine” being the French name for paper manufactured in China, and “colle”, meaning attached.   The chine colle papers are cut or torn into the desired shapes and brushed with a coating of wheat paste on one side and placed on top of the inked plate, paste side up, before placement on the support paper. When under the press, the pressure from the bed laminates the papers together. The ink from the plate prints on top of the chine colle papers, often giving the prints a layered effect, texture and added subtlety.


HEIDI BERGER ART I consistently return to the subject of "in her own space"— topics related to the lives of women. The women of Barbados, where my family has had a home for almost four decades, continue to inspire me. As artist and as "almost Bajan", I am an observer and a witness— I am constantly on the look-out for people who "speak" to me, for the look or gesture which prods me to hang on to that moment, their moment, in paint.

Where to find my work: The Haven Studio, Christ Church, Barbados email heidimberger@gmail.com Heidi Berger Studio, Trafalgar Building, 123 Woolwich, Downtown Guelph Gallery of Caribbean Art, Speightstown, Barbados (246) 419-0858 www.artgallerycaribbean.com On the Wall Gallery, Hastings, Barbados http://www.onthewallartgallery.com/ heidimberger@gmail.com www.heidiberger.com


AKILAH WATTS Artist Akilah Watts’ ‘Barbadians Nostalgia’. Opening reception Friday March 15th, 5.30pm-8.30pm. At the Frame & Art Gallery, Cane Garden. Exhibition ends April 12th Curated by Kelly Hammack Gibson


Punch Creative Arena presents ‘Punch-IN 3!’ At Morningside Gallery, Barbados Community College

OPEN STUDIO DAY Saturday March 16th. 1pm – 4pm THE BIG REVEAL Sunday March 24th 6pm The third edition of the open studio experiment series that gives BCC students and the public a chance to witness artwork in progress. 9 artists, 3 weeks, The Morningside Gallery at BCC. Who knows what will happen? It all starts on Friday... Artists: Katherine Kennedy, Kraig Yearwood, Russell Watson, Alanis Aaliyah Forde, Justin Small, Jared Elias Burton, Joanna Crichlow, and returning as Project leaders: Simone Asia and Ewan Atkinson


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Gallery of Caribbean Art Presents 'Reflexivity' An Exhibition By Janice Elizabeth Stewart & Margaret (Maggie) Bell. Opening reception February 17th, 5pm - 8pm. Exhibition closes March 13th


i remember the day when i decided NOT to become a cold­hearted businesswoman in a male­prevalent  career field. i had the opportunity, like many of us do these days to embrace life as an aloof and pulse­ less  'successful'  person  building  a  creative  enterprise  that  looked  impressive  from  the  outside  but  had  moments of "arm­wrestling" and "high words" with those whose voices have way more bass and volume  than mine... The  decision  to  choose  warmth  over  coldness,  tenderness  over  telling somebody off, joy over the mundane and camaraderie over competition still brings a deep breath and smile to my face AND income to my pocket sis, you don't lose when you choose to maintain the essence of who you truly are you don't have to be rough to be in business or aloof to be 'taken seriously‘ As an entrepreneurista, you DO, however, have to have the endurance of an Olympic athelete, the tact of an ant colony, a coach, mentor or couple or a few supporters whether in person or online, patience of Job, the humility of Mary (the one who used her hair to wash His feet), the courage of David who knocked out Goliath with a 'gutterperk' and a rock, the resourcefulness of an outdoorsman or woman, the spunk of jack russell, and every ounce of grace and joy you've been blessed to receive...many of those you'll be taught and acquire along the way and you'll find so much joy building, growing and managing your business while serving your clients well with a glow it's soooo worth the effort Indra Rudder


Artist Alliance Barbados  presents  Weaver Sylvester Clarke’s  exhibition ‘Expressions’  .  Norman Centre Bridgetown.. January 25th ­ February 16th. Mon to Fri    8:30am ­ 4pm Hosted by  Norman Centre, Bridgetown.  Curated by Oneka Small


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BCIDA presents: Arts and Culture Barbados Pop Up A FREE event at Hastings Rocks ( opposite Artsplash) Hastings, Ch Ch. Saturday March 2nd 10am - 6pm Sunday March 3rd from 10am - 6pm


24 artists and artisans. Visual Arts, Craft, Jewellery, Plein Air Painting. Aimee St. Hill/ Home accents, cushion covers, etc Ann Rudder/ Belts, hand painted waistcoats Ashanti Trotman/ Mahogany Furnishings and sculptures Camille Harvey/ Pots, candles, trays Carol Forde/ Personalized gift items Carol-Ann Williams/ Jewellery Catherine Rocheford/ Metal jewellery Jessica Reynolds/ T-shirts John A Watson/ Straw bags (Tropical Weavers) Kellyann Leacock/ Beauty care products Kemar KJ Codrington/ Natural soaps Kristine Dear/ Artwork/Photography Lois Crawford/ Home dĂŠcor - paper mache bowls, calabash, pottery, accessories, etc. Mariam Phillips/ Food items and natural juices Marva Forde/ Hand painted bags Melissia Batson/ Chocolates (Jem's Chocolates) Michelle Greaves/ Pottery Rachel Clement/ Jewellery - sea glass Rasheed Boodhoo/ Photography Sally Henry/ Hand painted ceramics Scarlette Clarke/ Straw bags; clothing; Bajan foods prepacked Sharon Hinkson/ Handmade dolls Sylvester Clarke/ Woven Linens


GROVE/ON THE WALL ART GALLERY At Limegrove, Holetown Mon - Sat 10am – 6pm limegroveartgallery@icloud.com 246 234 9145 Curator Vanita Comissiong vanitacom@caribsurf.com www.onthewallartgallery.com


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NICK WHITTLE AT QUEENS PARK GALLERY EXHIBITION EXTENDED TO MARCH 8th. Other Lives’, an exhibition of work by Nick Whittle at NCF Queens Park Gallery. January 13th - February 28th. Queen’s Park, Bridgetown 427-2345 and 429-3117. Hours Tues.-Sat. 10am -6pm ( PLEASE NOTE that the gallery is closed for lunch from 1.30pm2.30pm). Curated by Janice Whittle.


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Marlon 'I Lon' Skeete is the man. Yes, the famous wood carver has been hiding his  painting talents for some time now. He has finally come out of his shell. Work at  Temple Yard, Bridgetown.


BARBADOS ARTS COUNCIL GROUP SHOW FEBRUARY/MARCH


ARTSPLASH GALLERY 'Awaken To New Beginnings' Group Exhibition – Friday, 18 January— Mon, March 18th. Featured Artists: Hebron Chism, Martina Pile Zahles, Petra Emmanuel, Julia Seymour, Amanda Thompson, Lorna Wilson, Lois Crawford, Asha Yearwood, Joshua Simpson, Sheriddean Skeete. All are welcome.


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GINE ON MAGAZINE·Gine On?! is the online magazine brainchild of cultural practitioners DJ Simmons & Empress Zingha published every other Thursday on GineOn.com. The husband and wife duo developed the digital publication with artists, entrepreneurs, and all the persons who support them in mind. Too many times do we hear; “Where else does events like this happen?” “Where can I hear live music?” “Anything else going on other than fetes?” “I didn't even know that was happening”. This online, access anytime hub is here; so YOU can find your next favourite time! We broadcast bare Bajan culture to thousands of users to any device connected to the world through the web portal GineOn.com. Link with us for original video content highlighting various art personalities, new music, videos, blogs, podcasts, I mean a couple clicks opens a wealth of entertainment. We build an engaging experience for hundreds of our supporters on social media connecting the world to know wuh gine on with arts and culture right here at home. See you somewhere sometime soon... Sign up to our mailing list to make sure you always in de know at: GineOnMagazine@gmail.com Hosting or performing at a live entertainment event, or doing any activity progressing performing arts in the island? Forward us an email (GineOnMagazine@gmail.com) with more information so we can help push it for you. Let's help and support each other in the arts! Come and hear wuh Gine On! https://www.facebook.com/gineonmagazine/

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Along with a constantly updated cool callendar of events, the site is basically set up in the categories Art, Crumbs & Rums, Follow Fashion, Community. Under Arts we tell the stories of powerful cultural influencers through video Features. Highlight strong up and coming talent in Artist Peeps. Digest the experiences of stalwarts in the industry in Craftsmen Of Our Men. We link you directly to Bajans producing quality content all over the web through the page New Brand. And coming soon you will be able to attend online workshops and masterclasses in Arts Training. Bajans love to eat and drink and through Crumbs & Rums we take you into the lives of our local farmers and vendors in Bridgetown Market. Share homegrown recipes and food & beverage blogs in Eat Bajan. Explore the diner things around here in Eating Out In Bim and link up with those street stalls who save our bellies in On De Side. Nuff content coming to fill these pages just now! Culture is only as strong its Community. Connect with some of the most engaging Bajans through our Features. See and hear the experience patrons and performers had at events under So How It Was. Discover new places to lime and truly treasure Barbados in Part You Carring Me. We are so fussy to announce Gine On TV. A variety of video specials with a Bajan flair. Be uniquely entertained by some of your favourite local personalities. Real Reactions, Ask Me Anything and Top Ten Talk already in production, with more right around the corner. You know Bajans know how to take care of ourselves and in Follow Fashion Features we direct you to some the local designers in the industry. Get tips and tricks in trends, hair and body care through Looking Like A Bajan and receive online masterclasses in hair and make up through Fashion Training. This page will be filled with vibrant content very soon so make sure you subscribe for the updates. Of course our official Gine On merchandise is also available. Hats and mugs; with fitted tees and tote bags coming soon! This site is building an archive documenting Barbadian culture to connect our passions and creativity. Make sure you hit that link to receive notifications when we post something good. Any questions, suggestions, queries or just want to send some love; contact us at gineonmagazine@gmail.com Enjoy your space to be a Bajan online and make sure you check regularly because we will be pushing out consistent content for you to enjoy. Join our social media community over at @gineonmagazine on Instagram and Facebook. Love all de time. See you somewhere sometime soon


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BARBADOS PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY The Barbados Photographic Society (BPS) is founded on an appreciation for and interest in photography. Website https://barphotosoc.wixsite.com/home Our Facebook Group is open to everyone with an interest in photography! You are welcome to join, share your thoughts on photography, post your work, follow the work of our members and participate in our discussions https://www.facebook.com/groups/Barbadosphoto/


ON THE WALL ART GALLERY On The Wall Gallery at Champers Restaurant, located on Accra Beach Monday - Friday Noon-4pm and 7pm-11pm . Please call for weekend hours. 246 234 9145 On The Wall Gallery At Earthworks. Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm Saturday 9am - 1pm

Closed Sunday

On The Wall/Grove Gallery Mon - Sat 10am - 2pm and 4pm - 6pm email limegroveartgallery@icloud.com Vanita Comissiong

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Books: Barbados Bu'n-Bu'n - Nyam Jamaica Culinaria: The Caribbean e-books: Shake Dat Cocktail, Cocktails & Hors d'Oeuvres, Barbados Bu'n-Bu'n (4 vol), Nyam Jamaica (2 vol) (see website) Gourmand World Cookbook Awards: Barbados Bu'n-Bu'n: Best Cookbook of the Year, Best Self-Published Book, Best Historical Recipes, Best Cookbook Design for Barbados (2014) 'Best Self-Published Book In The World' (2015) Nyam Jamaica: 'Best Design In The World' (20082009) - honoured 2015 at Frankfurt Book Fair for the 20 years of Gourmand World Cookbook Award - Best of the Best Design In The World (2015) Caribbean Tourism Award (2009)

Barbados Bu'n-Bu'n This amazing book by Rosemary Parkinson is on island. Two hard cover coffee table books, with a sleeve that encloses both, 656 pages and 1400 plus photos filled with history, tradition, culture, stories and recipes from Barbados.

ROSEMARY PARKINSON www.rosemary-parkinson.com www.facebook.com/BarbadosCulinaryJourney


Barbados Bu'n-Bu'n, a collector's item, has won 4 awards for Barbados – Best Photography, Best Design, Best Historical Recipes, Best Self-published Book – then against 5 of the best books in the world WON Best Self-Published Book In The World and honoured at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2015 with Best of the Best In The World by the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2015.


THE BARN ART CENTRE The Barn Art Centre. A new art space. "We are offering approximately 650 sq. ft. of space for short term rentals for art and craft related workshops, classes, events, summer camps, yoga, etc., in an old plantation yard at Small Ridge in Christ Church. Juliana Inniss - 231-0335 Jo Anne Johnson - 253-8702 Email - thebarnartcentre@gmail.com


Created in 2016, The Barn Arts Centre is dedicated to the promotion and development of art-based learning. Our mission is to provide a unique learning environment for diverse audiences to experience a range of art based programs. The Centre provides a space for the community and local resource persons to offer and conduct classes and workshops in painting, drawing, pottery, and textiles. We are dedicated to providing an environment that is meaningful to the arts in Barbados. Located on the breezy Small Ridge Plantation in Christ Church, (just ten minutes away from Sheraton Centre. The Barn Arts Centre offers an escape from the quickening pace of life. Here you can be immersed in an environment that fosters your creativity. Our 570 square foot studio is equipped to provide more than adequate space to conduct a variety of classes and workshops. The studio is well lit and ventilated and can comfortably accommodate up to 15 persons. We offer a variety of opportunities for learners, including exhibitions, artist lectures, and single workshops, as well as adult and youth classes. Our artistic programming continues to be essential to our goal of inspiring creativity, fostering self-discovery, and nurturing an appreciation of the arts. The Founders of The Barn Arts Centre are Jo- Anne Johnson and Juliana Inniss. Jo Anne started doing ceramics as a hobby in 1982 and has operated a ceramics studio since 1987, providing services and supplies to people who wished to do slip casted ceramics as a hobby. She has taught many different finishing techniques to her students and learnt many more through experimenting, and trial and error. Juliana has been working with pottery and ceramics since 1992. She began by hand-painting local pottery with bold and colourful designs. After graduating University she made the decision to pursue her passion for art through the medium of ceramics. Juliana has worked with a number of techniques such as casted ceramics, handbuilding, surface decoration and raku firing. Juliana was first introduced to Raku in 2006 during a two week residency in St. Thomas USVI, with this exposure Juliana began mixing her own glazes, constructed her own kiln and has been Raku firing since then. https://www.facebook.com/thebarnartcentre /


EARTHWORKS POTTERY (246) 425 0223 m.me/EarthworksPotteryBarbad os eworks@caribsurf.com http://earthworks-pottery.com https ://www.facebook.com/Earthwork sPotteryBarbados /


GALLERY OF CARIBBEAN ART The Gallery Of Caribbean Art Galleries presents the works of a variety of artists Northern Business Centre, Queen Street, Speightstown, St. Peter www.artgallerycaribbean.com

Tel: (246) 419-0858


RICHARD DAISLEY In the year 2004 I was introduced to the art of lamp working a form of glass blowing. Fascinated by the uses of a torch to bring glass to a molten state where it can then be blown and shaped with tools and hand movements, I knew then this was my passion and I fell in love with this ancient art form instantaneously. In the first year of dedicating my life to this newly found love, I realised this relationship was not going to be easy, and so I found myself at the verge of a break up. However I needed this to work and I made up in my mind to wade thru these rough waters and overcome all obstacles in which I would encounter as time passed by. I learned to appreciate this medium called Glass. I became one with it, expressing my feelings in each piece I crafted. Expressions of the heart, mind, body and soul. Feelings of happiness, sorrow, pain, pleasure, hatred and love filled each work of art as they told their own stories and I told mine. With every heated kiss from the flame upon my skin, the fire reminded me not to take it for granted. For respect was due and I often felt its wrath, when I didn't take heed. Leaving behind scars as a constant reminder. Guess its true what the old folks used too say. Play with fire, you will get burnt. As the years went by one after the other I matured not only as an artist but as an individual. For while I was molding the glass it to was molding me. Though still young in my career as an artist I aspire someday for my name to be written and remembered in histories pages, amongst the greatest artists the world has ever seen. I often look back at where I started and where I am now. I have come a might long way and I must give thanks. Thanks first and foremost to the Almighty Father, for without him who and where would I be? The Father gave me life, health, a creative mind and the ability to make my dreams come true. I was also given a strong support system. My family, friends, love ones, patrons and yes even the critics. You all played an important role in this journey of my life and for that I say thank you, from the depth of my heart. Richard Daisley Rebel Arts Glass Studios https://www.facebook.com/Rebel-Arts-Glass-Studios-510531135688279/


PAINT & GROOVE WITH YASMIN VIZCARRONDO https://www.facebook.com/Paintandgroove


BLACK ART STUDIOS Durants Village, Holder's Hill St. James www.facebook.com/oneka.small


The Tides Gallery at Tides Restaurant introduces artist Denis de Caries


Tides Gallery Tides Restaurant Balmore House, Holetown, St. James Tel : (246) 432-2084 Email: tidesart@caribsurf.com

Cell (246)230-1968


Deebles Point Art Gallery & Cafe. Featuring artists Frank Cossey, Trudi Johnson, Hilary Armstrong, Clermont Mapp, Nancy Cole-O'Geest, Keisha Hinds, Joshua Simpson, Claire EvansonCeppi, Keren Evanson. Industry Hall. East Point, St Philip. Tel 423 7943


Fresh Milk would like to thank everyone who worked with us, supported us, or took an interest in our programming & the fabulous work being done in the Caribbean arts last year. We look forward to an exciting year ahead, and invite you to reflect on 2017 with us through our annual year in review newsletter! https://mailchi.mp/d52406dc901a/fresh-milks-2017-in-review


Fresh Milk supports excellence in the visual arts through residencies and programmes that provide Caribbean artists with opportunities for development and foster a thriving art community. Founded in 2011, the organization offers professional support to artists from the Caribbean and further afield. Fresh Milk seeks to stimulate critical thinking and cultivate excellence in contemporary visual art. Its goal is to nurture artists, raise regional awareness about contemporary arts and provide Caribbean artists with opportunities for growth, excellence and success. Website: http://freshmilkbarbados.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/FreshMilkBarbados Twitter: http://twitter.com/FreshMilkBdos Instagram: http://instagram.com/freshmilkbarbados Youtube: http://youtube.com/FreshMilkBarbados Tumblr: http://freshmilk-books.tumblr.com


QUEEN’S PARK GALLERY

Queen's Park Gallery


Our Mission To fuel the development of culture through training, research and the creation of opportunities in cultural industries. The Role of the NCF The NCF’s two major roles are: developmental and commercial. In its developmental role, the Foundation uses culture as a tool for national development fostering and supporting the various art forms and new cultural products. In its commercial role, the Foundation is responsible for the promotion, production and hosting of cultural festivals and associated events that are considered economically viable or socially acceptable. A key part of this function now includes the responsibility for the staging and execution of major governmental and national events. In addition, as culture becomes more pivotal to national and international policy, the National Cultural Foundation continues to re-assess its responsibilities in light of all its functions. FUNCTIONS of the NCF are: To stimulate and facilitate the development of culture generally To develop, maintain and manage theatres and other cultural facilities and equipment provided by Government To organize cultural festivals Assist persons interested in developing cultural expression. OBJECTIVES of the NCF are: To provide opportunities for Barbadian artists/artistes to showcase their talents with the end result being an increased demand for local work To educate Barbadians concerning their heritage To offer Barbadians and visitors alike a high quality product that informs, educates and entertains To equip our cultural workforce with technological skills and training to excel in their particular art forms To strengthen the local cultural product and in the process increase profits to the shareholders To create high quality products that will be competitive on the local, regional and international markets To maximize the role of the cultural sector in the tourism industry Rodney Ifill, Cultural Officer Visual Arts 424-0909 ext.234 rodney-ifill@ncf.bb www.ncf.bb Annette Nias Cultural Officer - Film and Photography 424-0909 Ext 238 annette-nias@ncf.bb


Specialising in art supplies for the professional to student level. Offering a wide range of products OILS ACRYLICS WATERCOLOURS Golden Paints and mediums, Gamblin, Cotman, Liquitex, Reeves, Galeria, Sargent. Plus a wide range of drawing and colouring equipment. Prisma, Derwent, Reeves, Sargent, Charcoal and Pastels. Easels, Canvases, Watercolour paper, Drawing and Pastel paper. Screen printing and lino block printing supplies.Fabric paint and dyes. Waxes, pottery tools, stencils and more. Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5pm Saturday 8.30am – 3pm. Sunday Closed. Telephone/Fax (246) 436 2950 James Fort Building, Hincks Street, Bridgetown arthub.barbados@gmail.com

https://www.facebook.com/ArtHubBarbados


JILL WALKER BOOK Up the Islands Memories of the West Indies Artist Jill Walker is well known for her paintings of Barbados, but her new book ‘Up the Islands’, shows her remarkable collection from the diverse islands of the West Indies. Together with photographs taken by her husband Jimmy and excerpts from his weekly letters to his mother in Scotland in the 1950s, this book follows the travels of a young couple through the islands in a simpler time. The book has been compiled by Jill’s daughter, Sue Trew and will be available at all five of the Best of Barbados Gift Shops in November. The islands appear in alphabetical order in the 162 page book. Here are a few pages so you can have a sneak preview! For further information contact Sue susantrew@best-of-barbados.com

Tel: 266-6901


Historic Houses of Barbados Written by Henry Fraser & Ronnie Hughes.


The Barbados Photographic Society held its AGM Sunday 20th January, 2018 at UWI, Cave Hill, Barbados. We would like to welcome the new Executive and officers (please see listing below). The new Executive looks forward to serving you, with the help of all our members. Do write to us and put your ideas for events, workshops, exhibitions and more. Please know that the BPS Executive gives of their time, expertise (in different fields and knowledge) for free so we ask that members be willing to step up to collaborate and work on their ideas. Write to us at membersinfo@barbadosphotographicsociety.com Within a few weeks we will have a draft for members of Field trips, events, monthly themes on our Facebook page for you to join into, exhibition ideas and much more. Members plus those who may like to join the BPS who could not make it to the meeting may contact our Treasurer, Sherlock Lord (231-5053) and make arrangements to pay. $65 for new members, $45 for annual renewal. Being a member gives you Open Wall with talks and workshops, Field Trips, exhibitions at galleries plus online exhibitions, competitions (with prizes), travel to countries with the BPS, percentages off at supporting businesses and more. BPS Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/Barbadosphoto / BPS Website https://barphotosoc.wixsite.com/home BPS email membersinfo@barbadosphotographicsociety.com


ABOVE BARBADOS Have a look at the higher resolution image (and zoom around) at http://www.abovebarbados.com/sites/default/files/batts_rock_panorama.jpg Would you believe this is a reduced/resized image - the original is double the width/height! Above Barbados offer high-definition aerial photography and video, packages available from $500BDS. Contact Above Barbados today on 231-9583 to discuss your requirements and let us get those stunning shots from a new perspective! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join us on Google+

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TANDEM "where function, form and meaning coexist ". This cooperative project and design store showcasing contemporary design by Barbados resident designers and artists continues at The Colonnade Mall, 1st Floor, East Wing, Broad Street, Bridgetown, Barbados. Monday ( by appointment). Tuesday - Saturday 10AM - 4PM. https://www.facebook.com/tandemovement/


BARBADOS ARTS COUNCIL BAC Gallery, #2 Pelican Craft Centre, Bridgetown (246) 426 4385 thebarbadosartscouncilgallery@gmail.com


Barbados Arts Council Gallery Schedule 2019 (Subject to change. Please call the Gallery to confirm) Jan 27 - March 09 All Bajan Group show March 10 - April 06 Members Group Show April 07 - May 04 Members group show May 05 - May 18 Rental May 19 - June 22 Our Heritage [group show] June 23 - August 10 Crop Over Group Show Aug 11 - Aug 24 Rental Aug 25 - Oct 05 Little Gems Group Show Oct 06 - Oct 19 Rental Oct 20 - Dec. 07 Simply Barbados Group Show Dec. 08 - Jan 18, 2020 The Christmas Show Barbados Arts Council Gallery, # 2 Pelican Craft Village, Bridgetown, Barbados.


THE FRAME & ART COMPANY & GALLERY Millhouse, Canewood • St. Michael, BB 11005 • Phone (246) 271-6509 • Cell (246) 266-9432


NIKOLAS SEALY nsdesigns74@gmail.com www.facebook.com/pages/NS-Desig ns/446661088688420?ref=hl


ICIL PHILLIPS’ Theatre Eyes Very up to date on both local theatre and overseas happenings. Link here https://www.facebook.com/groups/354529934596080/964541386928262/


Museum of parliament The Museum is open on: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Guided tours are conducted subject to availability. Barbadian students with ID have free admission to the Museum. http://www.barbadosparliament.com/page.../show_conte nt/59


Purple Palm is a local business supplying homes and businesses with the highest quality Print and Mirror furnishings. Using the artwork of many local artists in Barbados and the Caribbean plus work from around the world. We have been supplying to the hotel and villa industry for ten years, including prestigious clients such as Sandy Lane, Coral Reef, The Crane Beach Resort, Sugar Cane Club and Sandridge among others. We have also supplied numerous private villas, and work closely with local interior designers. Being directly affiliated with a 40,000 sq ft framing factory our prices are very competitive. Appointments to view our gallery at Rockley Resort can be made through Paul Hoad or Karen McGuire. 246-2332173 paulhoad@caribsurf.com


THE ARTSPLASH CENTRE Paint * Draw * Create & Have Fun! artsplashbarbados@gmail.com www.artsplashbarbados.com


To boldly and brilliantly pursue the adventure in everything artistic and to be a vital and uncommon cultural force in Barbados. www.artsetcbarbados.com


FRANK COLLYMORE HALL AND GRAND SALLE www.fch.org.bb

A monthly programme is produced of all lectures, music and theatre events . To receive it by email or post please email fchmail.com or tel 436 9083 or 84


BARBADOS MUSEUM AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY www.barbmuse.org.bb


BARBADOS MUSEUM AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY SHOP www.barbmuse.org.bb


Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination, UWI For further information, contact De Carla Applewhaite at 417-4776 decarla.applewhaite@cavehill.uwi.edu www.cavehill.uwi.edu/ebcci


FRAMING YOUR ART FINE ART FRAMING LTD, Pelican Industrial Park, Bridgetown, Barbados - (246) 426-5325 FAST FRAME FACTORY, Dayrell’s Road, St Michael (246) 426 9994 shaka@fastframefactory.biZ FRAMING STUDIO At the Best of Barbados Head Office, Welches Plantation, H’way 2A

573 6904

THE FRAME & ART COMPANY Millhouse, Canewood • St. Michael, BB 11005 • Phone (246) 271-6509 • Cell (246) 266-9432 ART SUPPLIES THE ART HUB James Fort Building, Hincks Street, Bridgetown, St. Michael. Tel: 436-2950Monday - Saturday 8.30am - 5.00pm (Easy access to parking by the old Heliport Pad) LAURIE DASH, Bay Street, Bridgetown.


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Barbados Visual Arts Magazine March 2019  

Free online Visual Arts Magazine covering the arts in Barbados. Featuring artists, exhibitions, notices of gallery receptions, workshops, ar...

Barbados Visual Arts Magazine March 2019  

Free online Visual Arts Magazine covering the arts in Barbados. Featuring artists, exhibitions, notices of gallery receptions, workshops, ar...