Crop Over

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labelCrop Over todayApril 15, 2019

Crop Over changes in train

Plans are already in train for the big changes expected for the 2019 Barbados Crop Over Festival. Every year the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) is charged with enhancing and revitalising the Crop Over Festival to meet the growing demands of a diverse target audience. Embedded in the changes to these ...

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labelCrop Over todayApril 3, 2019

A passion for music silenced

The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) joins cultural communities in Barbados and beyond in mourning the passing of outstanding cultural scholar and activist, Dr. Elizabeth Watson. Dr. Watson was revered by her peers as a librarian, an archivist and author who was deeply committed to telling the untold stories of marginalised ...

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labelCrop Over todayFebruary 22, 2019

Quon to represent the 246 in TNT

It was in the wee hours of the morning on Sunday, July 22, 2018 that Dequon Alleyne, stage name Quon, began his reign as the Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch. His was a true story of strength of character, determination, of a passion for the Calypso art form and a quality ...

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labelArts & Culture - Music todayFebruary 4, 2019

For the love of Pan

The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) was gifted with a full complement of steel pans to the tune of $25,800 compliments the Massy Foundation. Already a staunch supporter of steel pan here in Barbados with its well established title sponsorship of Pan Pun de Sand for the past 14 years, Massy, ...

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