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Rundown Returns to Spread Laughter, Not COVID!

After a self-imposed quarantine in 2020 due to a global pandemic, Rundown has returned in 2021 to spread laughter, not COVID.

17 Mar, 2021

Nasaria Suckoo Chollette: Songs of Experience, History, and Culture. Part Two

Dr Stephanie Fullerton-Cooper is an Associate Professor of English at the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI). She has a passion for promoting Caribbean and Cayman literature. The views expressed here are not those of UCCI.

17 Mar, 2021

New Book Educates Women on Self-Protection

Renata Kecskes, an author and independent security and protection specialist based out of George Town, Grand Cayman found protecting others from harm is her calling, but empowering women in understanding situational awareness and self-defense training is her passion.

26 Feb, 2021

Cayman Arts Festival thrives despite tough year

The much-loved Cayman Arts Festival was in danger of not happening at all this year, thanks to what organiser, Executive Director Marius Gaina, said was a very difficult year last year with Covid-19 restrictions threatening to prevent any musical acts appearing at the festival and little money....

19 Feb, 2021

Exhibition showcases Cayman’s natural beauty

‘Homegrown’ is a new exhibition on display until 31st March at the National Gallery, a collection of photographs by film maker/photographers David Hartwell and Bill Ferehawk, who have been working with the National Gallery and the National Trust, raising awareness about the beauty....

10 Feb, 2021

Save The Date for Cayfest 2021

After a difficult year for the arts and culture community and the creative economy, the Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF), organiser of Cayfest 2021, is looking forward to once again highlighting the cultural diversity and artistic talent that flourishes in Cayman.

03 Feb, 2021

Inmates Find Therapy Through Art

Her Majesty’s Cayman Islands Prison Service (HMCIPS) work with inmates to tackle all facets of rehabilitation using different approaches designed to address the many challenges which contribute to their offending behaviour.

09 Dec, 2020

Pop Art show pops up at the National Gallery

An exhibition called Consumed that is a thought-provoking and fascinating explosion of colourful artwork is currently running at the National Gallery, created by Marc Laurenson, who runs the Stoak’d design company.

25 Nov, 2020

The Arts industry post Covid

Arts entities in the Cayman Islands have been hit hard by lockdown and the subsequent closing of Cayman’s borders.

16 Nov, 2020

Innovative new art show at Camana Bay

A brilliant showcase of two years of hard work, Yonier Powery’s ‘Innovate’ exhibition is currently being held at a pop-up Awardart gallery site where the Mac store used to be, opposite Books and Books, and it is well worth a viewing.

04 Nov, 2020 1 Comments
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