Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts

CULTURE DIVISION

Emancipation Exhibition

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In commemoration of Trinidad and Tobago’s Emancipation Day on August 1st, the Culture Division’s Research Unit is working alongside Trincity Mall to host its 2017 Emancipation Exhibition. This interactive display is scheduled to be mounted at the Trincity North Atrium on July 26th 2017 and would contain a combination of handmade African Artwork, examples of Read More

Music Schools in the Community

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Music Schools in the Community had its genesis in a 2009 pilot project at the Chaguanas panyard of Tropical Angel Harps Steel Orchestra. Noting the success of this project, in 2010 the Ministry of the Arts and Multiculturalism (as it was then known) embarked on a period of planning and strategising to implement a similar Read More

Cultural and Technical Camps

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The Cultural Camps seek to build communities and create Cultural Legacies by providing meaningful, developmental activity for young persons. This serves as a platform where they can develop enhanced Artistic skills along with cultural awareness and pride in the community. The programme is open to arts groups, cultural organizations, community groups, umbrella bodies, schools and Read More

Brown Bag Series

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The Culture Division presents “Brown Bag Series”. From Tuesday July 4th at the National Library and Information System Authority – NALIS, there will be twice weekly performances from the National Theatre Arts Company, the National Steel Symphony Orchestra and the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Trinidad and Tobago. The performances will be outdoors, located on the Read More

Neighbourhood Connections

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On Saturday May 13th 2017, at the St. James Youth Centre, the Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts presented Neighbourhood Connections – “From Tamboo Bamboo to Steel Symphony Orchestra”, introducing the National Steel Symphony Orchestra alongside St. James Tripolians Steel Orchestra. Admission was free and the duration of the event was from 5-8 Read More

The Asian Punjabi Folk Dance Club

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The Asian Punjabi Folk Dance Club will visit Trinidad and Tobago over the next week as part of ongoing cultural exchange initiatives with India. The club was formed by Shri Ashwani Kumar Sharma who is dedicated to and is passionate about the Punjabi dance forms, particularly ‘Bhangra’. The visit of the group will be the Read More

Classics in Tobago ll & Young Musicians’ Workshop

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The Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts is pleased to invite you to Classics in Tobago ll,  a full concert performance by the National Philharmonic Orchestra (NPO) on Saturday 10th September, 6pm at the Shaw Park Complex, Tobago. Admission is FREE. Tickets for Classics in Tobago ll can be collected at the Shaw Park Complex Box Office. On the Read More

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