At Cane Roots Art Gallery, Diane Hampton, VI Breast Cancer Project Founder and Art Therapy Coordinator, organized a bust sculpture event at the Cane Roots Art Gallery in downtown Christiansted, St. Croix, on a quiet Friday afternoon in June.
Expressions of Freedom's major group show of 15 artists opens at the Cane Roots Art Gallery on Company Street in downtown Christiansted. The preview on Thursday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. is a "sneak peek" before the opening reception on Friday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Superheroes and villains collide in two action-packed comic books as author and artist Karim Callwood releases VI Guardian: Books 1 & 2 and VI Young Paladins to the public on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Tutu Park Mall, Center Court.
On Friday, June 24th, at 4 pm, Bajo El Sol Gallery in Mongoose Junction, St. John, will be hosting a market basket pop-up exhibition by Crucian Bayside Creations and a Bambula performance by the Coziah Dancers.
The 68th edition of the St. John July 4th Festival is expected to return to its familiar places in and around Love City, St. John. A festival village with jam-packed musical lineups, a parade, and a J'Ouvert, boat races, and a food fair spanning Franklin Powell Park are all on the menu.
After two years of Ag Fair famine, the 50th Agriculture and Food Fair, the largest agriculture exposition in the territory, kicks off Saturday at 9 a.m. and runs through Monday at the mid-island Rudolph Shulterbrandt Agricultural Complex.
The University of the Virgin Islands school semester has finally come to an end. There are so many unforgettable events and activities that will still be lingering in the halls of the university and will also be talked about for many years to come.
On Saturday, the Victims United Inc. will host their Community Awareness Fair and Fun Day at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Park on St. Thomas to bring awareness to the rights, access, and equity for all victims of crime.
Local artists Lucien Downes and Augustin Holder will open the “Virgin Islands Contemporary” art exhibit at Fort Christian Museum on St. Thomas in partnership with the Department of Planning and Natural Resources' Division of Libraries, Archives, and Museums.
Wednesday's Food Fair on St. Thomas will be a new take on a Carnival classic with a group of Charlotte Amalie High School students in Shamang Straun's architectural drawing class designing the layout of vendors' spots.
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