Workshop Makes Words Come Alive
What is it that makes many entertainers come alive? Is it their talents alone? The buzz question that seems to be floating around these days is “Who am I?” This question was also a pertinent one asked in the recent interview on the OWN network with Oprah and our home girl Rihanna.
Read-IN! Celebrates 1937 Riots
“Agitate, advocate but don’t violate!”
Bim Lit Fesitval Shows Words Love
“Words need love too,” a phrase coined by Kamau Brathwaite, was the tagline of the inaugural Bim Literary Festival and Book Fair and the main focus of the first five day festival dedicated to showcasing the literary contributions of Barbadian writers and others in the Caribbean.
Art – Freedom of Expression
The work of Barbados’ top art and design students was recently given a collective forum for the first time. This exhibition, titled ‘Juvenescence – The Next Generation’, was launched recently at the Art Gallery of the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination (EBCCI).
Shawn: Theatre Tech Whiz
Theatre encompasses decoding reality while fostering a make-believe world. Shawn Adderson Forde made the decision to be in this type of world since it was his first experiences of creating an illusion, a spectacle to amaze. It was new and exciting and immediately he felt like he had arrived at the place where he belonged. It was easy to stay. Follow us on the journey of his involvement in the arts and giving back to the community to inspire those aspiring ‘techis’.
Evolving With Rhaj Paul: Part 2
In Part 1 of this interview, we started to visualise who the Bajan fashion designer Rhaj Paul is. Now we get a glimpse into his artistic vision and the inspiration for his brand EVOLVE.
Evolving With Rhaj Paul: Part 1
In this fashion forward society, people tend to dress in bold and daring styles that sometimes don’t reflect their personality. However, Bajan designer Rhaj Paul has a deep passion for fashion which reflects life and love.
Grand Kadooment is approaching fast and furiously. With about a week and a half left, there are some big events to seal the cap on the competitions and signal the climax of *Crop Over 2012. Here are the major events to expect in the days ahead.
Who Made The Soca Cut?
Can you imagine soca artiste Lil Rick in a corner all shyly tucked away from people after a hype judgment for Party Monarch or a performance at a fete when he goes off stage? No one really expects this but it would be an interesting fact if this were the scenario.
Who Will Be The Top 8 Sweet Soca?
Crop Over*, Barbados’ summer festival, is heating up as soca songs are being released left, right and centre. The sweet soca tunes are fuelling the Crop Over parties which are in full swing. Competition season for The Sweet Soca is soon approaching to find the sweetest tune that will climb the soca charts for Crop Over 2012.