The Caribbean Film Series, produced by Shelley Worrell from cariBBeing, comes to a close at the Brooklyn Museum at 2 pm on Sunday, June 28 2015. As part of the Caribbean-American Heritage month celebrations – Pan! Our Music Odyssey will be screened. For the occasion, the borough of Brooklyn will officially proclaim June 28 as Read More
Lindy Ann Bodden-Ritch studied music at the Royal Academy of Music, London on a West Indian Scholarship from the Associated Board of Royal School of Music. Upon her return to Trinidad, she was appointed music teacher at St. Mary’s College where she guided the young men into championship winners in Trinidad and Tobago Music Festival. Read More
Renee Cummings has been in public life for 25 years; educating and inspiring. Fascinated by the power of the image and the many ways in which we can use our personal brand to positively influence our career…
Marina Salandy-Brown is a Trinidadian journalist, broadcaster and cultural activist. She was formerly an Editor and Senior Manager in Radio and News and Current Affairs programmes with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in London, one of the BBC’s few top executives from an ethnic minority background. She is the Founder and Director of the NGC Read More
Mr. Krishna Persad is highly recognized for his work in classical Indian Dance. He has established a career in dance, as he has studied and taught the art form. Mr. Persad has also represented our country of Trinidad and Tobago as a performer. He mentored participants in the discipline of Dance.
Rodney Ramjit is well-known for his work as an industrial artist by profession. The craftsmanship Mr. Ramjit employs enables him to design and create props used for Ramleela, a festival he is heavily involved in. This was the discipline he mentored participants in.
The Ministry of the Arts and Multiculturalism is pleased to recognise Master ZENO OBI CONSTANCE in the field of playwriting and technical direction for stage. He has to date written over 20 award winning plays. In 1985 he was the winner of the National Cultural Council’s playwriting competition with ‘Duelling voices’. In 2003 he was Read More
Dr. Kim Johnson is an accomplished journalist, author, and researcher and is recognized as a foremost Steelpan historian in Trinidad & Tobago. His first foray into Steelpan history was via a recurring series of newspaper articles chronicling the experiences of those who participated in the growth and development of the National Instrument. He later developed Read More