The National Cultural Foundation
St. James, Barbados
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The National Cultural Foundation in association with the Cave Hill School of Business present The Know the Business of Your Art (BOYA) Symposium –
“Creating Our Own Intersections: Culture at the Crossroads”
Saturday, March 21, 2015
at the Cave Hill School of Business, UWI, St. Michael,
Starting at 9:00 a.m.
If you are a Cultural Practitioner or you are generally interested in the development of the cultural industries then come, listen and share at this one-day symposium
The BOYA symposium will comprise of three sessions:
* Creating Our Own Intersections: Culture at the Crossroads
Listen as presenters share their practical vision for the evolution of the cultural and creative industries in Barbados.
o Presenters: Dr. Annalee Babb & Mr. Egbert Irving
o Moderator: Mr. André Hoyte.
* Harnessing the Power & Potential of the New Cultural Frameworks
Learn more about the new cultural development industries act through interactive discussion.
o Panellists: Mr. André Hoyte; Ms. Alison Sealy-Smith; Ms. Andrea King
o Moderator: Dr. Annalee C. Babb
* Balancing Creativity & Commercialisation: Ideas for Strategic Collaboration
Share your thoughts as we explore the potential of the Cultural Industries in an effort to generate collaborative strategies that will strengthen the sector.
o Moderator: Mr. Egbert Irving.
To pre-register and for further information contact Ms. Alison Sealy-Smith at 417-6651 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written by: ncf_boss