Arts & Culture – Literary Arts

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labelArts & Culture - Literary Arts todayJune 14, 2024

Writers’ Clinic – July

Explore the art of Short Story Writing with Sharma Taylor at the NCF’s Writers’ Clinic on Saturday, July 13 📚 Sharma Taylor is a Jamaican attorney and writer who has previously lived in Barbados for almost a decade. She was awarded the Frank Collymore Literary Endowment award (2020) and is ...

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labelArts & Culture - Literary Arts todayMay 7, 2024

De Hard Ride focuses Nala’s talent 

Known for his sometimes cutting insightful and always engaging wit, multi hyphenate artist Nala, launched two art comic books and opened an exhibition of associated work featuring paintings and drawings at the Queen’s Park Gallery on Saturday, April 27 and ends this Saturday, May 11. The project was supported by the National ...

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labelArts & Culture - Literary Arts todayJanuary 13, 2023

Inward stretch, outward reach: Moving into the new normal post COVID

By John Hunte PhD Resurgence: This series of essays curated by the National Cultural Foundation’s Literary Arts Officer, Karra Price, features the thoughts and commentaries of Barbadians immersed in various aspects of daily endeavour.  This essay examines culture as it relates to the impact of the pandemic on the arts. It therefore ...

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labelArts & Culture - Literary Arts todayJanuary 6, 2023

Riding the rollercoaster: Learning during and post pandemic

by Alissa Walsh Resurgence: This series of essays curated by the National Cultural Foundation’s Literary Arts Officer, Karra Price, features the thoughts and commentaries of Barbadians immersed in various aspects of daily endeavour.  This essay examines the effects of the pandemic on the educational system, seen through the eyes of ...

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labelArts & Culture - Literary Arts todayDecember 29, 2022

Spirituality beyond the pandemic

by Father Michael Clarke Resurgence: This series of essays curated by the National Cultural Foundation’s Literary Arts Officer, Karra Price, features the thoughts and commentaries of Barbadians immersed in various aspects of daily endeavour.  This essay examines spirituality in the context of a global pandemic. To say nothing in our ...

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