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labelNews todayFebruary 24, 2015

The Next Big Party After Carnival

The Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, the Honourable Stephen Lashley; Chairman of the Board of the National Cultural Foundation (NCF), Mrs. Maureen Graham; Chief Executive Officer of the NCF, Mr. Cranston Browne; along with marketers from the NCF and the new Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI) were all part ...

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labelNews todayFebruary 20, 2015

Secondary Students Get Intro To Film

Third and fourth formers of the Parkinson Secondary School got an introduction to films created by young Barbadian filmmakers at the recently held Film Screening Showcase facilitated by the National Cultural Foundation (NCF). The attentive audience of mainly female students, accompanied by their Teacher and well-known local Actor, Victor Clifford, viewed ...

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labelNews todayFebruary 19, 2015

Truly enjoyable experience for Sammy G

Reigning Junior Monarch in the 13-18 category Samantha ‘Sammy G’ Greaves, returned to Barbados from her Trinidad exchange with fire in her eyes and ready to take crown #3 in her final year of the Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch programme. That zest for success also extends to the Pic-O-De-Crop and ...

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labelNews todayFebruary 10, 2015

Defend & Attack

Determination was the keyword for Samantha Greaves, stage name SammyG, during the 2014 Crop Over Season. It was not only a significant year for the Festival and the Foundation, but it was also her final year in Secondary School, her penultimate year in the 13-18 category of the Scotiabank Junior ...

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labelNews todayFebruary 9, 2015

More Creative Writing Outlets For Juniors

The Literary Arts desk of the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) recorded an overwhelming response to its redesigned WISE (Writers in Schools and Education) Junior Clinic.  Some forty (40) students of varying levels of experience and skills were registered to attend this creative writing workshop series. The new version of the ...

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labelNews todayFebruary 4, 2015

Tuk 101 DVD Donated to the NCF

POONKA DONATES TUK DVD TO THE NCF With a common goal of preserving a legacy of indigenous music/rhythms The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) became one of the most recent recipients of the Tuk 101 instructional DVD developed by Wayne ‘Poonka’ Willock. This “How To Play Tuk” teaching tool is intended not ...

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labelNews todayJanuary 6, 2015

2014 NIFCA Results

[button_link size=”medium” src=”http://www.ncf.bb/docs/2014 nifca dance scores.pdf” target=”_blank”]2014 NIFCA Dance Scores [Semi-finals & Finals][/button_link] [button_link size=”medium” src=”http://www.ncf.bb/docs/2014 NIFCA Music Scores.pdf” target=”_blank”]2014 NIFCA Music Scores [Semi-finals & Finals][/button_link] [button_link size=”medium” src=”http://www.ncf.bb/docs/2014 NIFCA Theatre Scores.pdf” target=”_blank”]2014 NIFCA Theatre Scores [Semi-finals & Finals][/button_link]

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labelNews todayDecember 7, 2014

Some of the Results from Culinary Arts

During the 2014 Roberts NIFCA Culinary Arts Arena & Expo in association with Caribbean Cuizine and Massy Stores patrons were asked to cast their votes for the Best Booth display and presentation in the Expo.  All top booth awardees took home a gift basket filled with products compliments Wibisco and ...

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labelNews todayOctober 29, 2014

NIFCA Juniors, Dance & Theatre Nights Sold Out

NIFCA JUNIORS AND DANCE NIGHTS SOLD OUT Days ahead of the start, three nights of the 2014 NIFCA Performing Arts Finals are already sold out and tickets for the other night are going quickly. The Scotiabank NIFCA Dance Final tickets were the first to go, followed closely by the Sagicor ...

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