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labelNews todayJune 28, 2019

Scotiabank JCM Semi-finalists

        2019 SEMI- FINAL DRAW 6 TO 10 YEARS   Names Number Kimmara Tull- Williams 1 Shyla Seale 2 Jayden Inniss 3 LeAndre Headley-Clarke 4 Jahzara Inniss 5 Kadarius Allen 6 Kelicia Grimes 7 Soriyah Blackman 8 Kenaz Walker 9 Resha Springer 10 Yackym Clarke 11 Hadiya ...

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labelNews todayJune 26, 2019

Colour and Learn

“Barbadians can now draw on a new resource to learn about the richness of their Crop Over heritage,” these were the words that Michelle Springer, the Cultural Officer, Research and Documentation of the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) used to describe the new Crop Over Activity Colouring book for children. The ...

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labelNews todayJune 23, 2019

2019 MQI/98.1 the One Soca Monarch semi-finalists

        SOCA MONARCH PRELIMINARIES 2019   TABULATED BY PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS SRL ARTIST NAME OF SONG Adrian Clarke/ AC Ah Like It B Moore Specific Soca Explosion BETTY B NAH HOLDING BACK BIGGIE IRIE MAGIC Bo Bo From De Heart Brett Linton We’re Alive Brian Bumba Payne Tell Me ...

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labelNews todayJune 20, 2019

Rep Yuh School

In the countdown to the semi-finals of the Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch competition in association with the HIV/AIDS Commission, the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) embarked on a ‘Rep Yuh School’ promotional tour to create some hype around this year’s competition, calling for the students, teachers and alumni to wear their ...

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labelNews todayJune 17, 2019

New NCF Comic Series

The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) is producing a Comic Series as part of its Day of National Significance Public Awareness Campaign that will be published in tandem with the Radio Drama Series set to be aired today, Monday June 17th on the Starcom Network station VOB 92.9 at 6:15 p.m. ...

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labelNews todayJune 14, 2019

Social Geometry gives a relatable message

Art enthusiasts still have a little time to check out the “Social Geometry: Expanded Drawing Practices Exhibition” at the Queen’s Park Gallery (QPG). Guest Curator, artist and writer Katherine Kennedy explained that the show was created in an attempt to challenge the limitations of drawing. It highlighted the practices used by ...

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labelNews todayJune 11, 2019

Lick and Lock Up Done Wid!

Explore a graveyard at night, learn about our history through reenactments, experience the ancient Bridgetown created by the brave, risk-taking Barbadian men and women who went from poverty to success post-emancipation and haggle with vendors from the past. The Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI) Bridgetown by Night Heritage Walk, produced ...

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labelNews todayJune 7, 2019

Massy Pan Pun De Sand Free Again

The National Cultural Foundation is once again in a position to stage the Massy Pan Pun De Sand as a free event. News of this came yesterday from Chief Executive Officer of the National Cultural Foundation Mrs. Carol Roberts-Reifer as she revealed that, thanks to the generous support from a ...

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