“Treasures from the Hideaway”— Sparrow Exhibition
Since “Treasures from the Hideaway” was publicly launched in February 2015, the Culture Division’s Cultural Research and Heritage Preservation Unit has hosted some special visitors. The exhibition has had a series of local school visits and visitors from as far as Guadeloupe, New York, Canada, Belfast and South Africa. The unit also welcomed visits from Barbados’ Minister of Culture, Sports & Youth and Directors and Executive members of their National Cultural Foundation, a group of Culture and Tourism stakeholders from Grenada and a group of staff from the Tobago Ministry of Community Development.
The collection of artefacts on display have been sourced directly from “The Birdie’s” personal archives and is a mixed, multimedia offering. Visitors can view a series of photographs, letters, newspaper articles, different competition crowns, costumes and over fifty trophies and awards spanning Sparrow’s career. Piped audio-recordings of some of Sparrow’s compositions add to the exhibition experience.
Images from the Exhibition Launch – Photo Gallery Courtesy: Maria Nunes
The exhibition is located at 2nd Floor, JOBCO Building, 51-55 Frederick St, Port of Spain, Trinidad and is open to the public Monday to Friday : 9am-5pm
Images from a series of exhibition visits – Photo Gallery Courtesy: Cultural Research and Heritage Preservation Unit
To book group visits contact us via: 868 623 8945