Diaspora Expressions: On Spirituality & Rituals opened at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts Nov. 18 with art patrons in the community expressing their connection to the theme and their desire to revisit the exhibit.
Because of an amazing Google team and eight coaches from the USVI who learned the BreakBeatCode curriculum, over 20 children, ages 12-17, got the opportunity to learn to create their own beats on a computer.
The Holiday Jump Up returns to downtown Christiansted on Friday, complete with music, vendors and camaraderie on every corner. The party to welcome the Christmas season starts at 6 p.m. and ends at 10 p.m.
The Division of Libraries, Archives, and Museums will host the “I am David Hamilton Jackson” art exhibition at St. Croix's Fort Frederik Museum on Saturday from 4 to 5:30 p.m., Commissioner Jean-Pierre L. Oriol of the Department of Planning and Natural Resources announced Tuesday.
The 2022-2023 season emphasizes the developing influence of the African Diaspora with fresh, new energy in the classical music genre. It also introduces a variety of cultural exchange initiatives to inspire our local community to experience the music of similar small, rural areas around the world where music is an essential aspect of their day-to-day lives.
Mongoose Junction Merchants Association will kick off the holiday season with their annual holiday tradition at 4 p.m., Friday, Nov. 25, with live music, delicious food, cold drinks and shopping at Mongoose Junction.
The St. Thomas-St. John Woodworkers Society will present the 2022 Woodworkers Expo. On St. Thomas, the expo will happen from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Dec. 1, 2 and 3, at E’s Garden Tea House on Garden Street in Charlotte Amalie town.
On St. John, the Woodworkers Expo will...
Art lovers! Art Thursday or Art Walk, returns to Christiansted the third Thursday of every month from November to May, beginning Nov. 17, with galleries and related retailers displaying the best St. Croix artwork.
There’s a spirit in the paintings of Augustin Holder, a hat-wearing shadow figure, all in black except for a white collar peaking out. It’s an image at odds with the artist’s otherwise colorful abstractions. Imposing as the form may be, it’s not malevolent.
The Artists Guild of St. Croix provides fellowship among artists, promotes exhibits and workshops, and mentors young artists in the community. The Guild has organized a mask-making workshop for the youth ages seven to ten years at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts, Saturday, Nov. 12, from 10 a.m. to noon.
The Spirit of the Islands Spiritual and Healing Arts Expo and Fair is promised to be an energetic and enthusiastic experience. The family-friendly event will welcome the community to come together to enjoy and celebrate holistic, herbal, energetic and healing methods in its truest essence.
For those who have been waiting – there’s only a few days left to go before the launch of the Caribbean Mystics Podcast, a locally-based paranormal show that, on a deeper level, has given its founders a modern way of repurposing traditional stories that have been passed down within their families for generations.
The Lady Rover Soccer Club (“Lady Rovers SC”) is hosting a free, family movie night on Saturday, Oct. 15, at the AYSO Facility (the field located near the Alfredo Andrews Elementary school) starting at 6:30 p.m. The free event will feature Hocus Pocus 2.
This year’s crop of finalists was more experienced in their writing, which made the competition tougher than it was in its inaugural year. It was also special because it marks the first year a non-English speaker won or even placed in any contest Arawak Media has hosted.
Non-profit and Democratic Club Generation Next and John Hope Entertainment will be hosting a three-day comedy tour. The tour will feature Tyler Chronicles from MTV’s Wild ‘N’ Out, Vanessa Fraction from HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, and Ronnie Jordan from P. Diddy’s Bad Boys of Comedy.
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