Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts

CULTURE DIVISION

Mentoring by the Masters 2016- Celebrating our Cultural Icons

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A specially selected group of Trinidad and Tobago’s leading cultural workers will assume the role of mentors as part of the fourth edition of the Mentoring by the Masters programme, which takes place from June to September, 2016. Visit here to apply to this year’s programme. The 2016 mentors are: Glendon Morris in Copper Arts Read More

Past Mentoring by the Masters participant publishes first novel

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Past Mentoring by the Masters participant Anna Levi has published her first novel, Madinah Girl with the UK publishing imprint Karnak House. Ms. Levi was one of the participants in our 2014 ‪Literary Arts group who were mentored by award-winning novelist Earl Lovelace. This is just the beginning for Levi is currently at work on Read More

Mentoring by the Masters 2015 continues to produce fruit

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  The recently concluded Mentoring by the Masters Programme 2015 continues to bear fruit.  “Wire sculpting for Art Healing” is a project led by one of this year’s mentees in the Wire-Bending cohort, Mr. Antonio Butts.  Mentor and Master wire-sculptor, Narcenio “Señor” Gomez is co-tutor for this venture. Set to take place from Nov 5th Read More

Culture Division reflects on the significance of World Day for Audiovisual Heritage

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“Audiovisual documents, such as films, radio and television programmes, audio and video recordings, contain the primary records of the 20th and 21st centuries.” —UNESCO This year UNESCO’s theme for World Day for Audiovisual Heritage is Archives at Risk: Protecting the World’s Identities. Celebrated on the 27 October annually, the observance has roots in a 1980 Read More

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