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“Rebirth” Exhibit at CMCARTS Takes A Final Bow on Saturday

Over 20 artists across the Virgin Islands territory answered the call for the celebration of “Rebirth – Spring Equinox.” The upstairs gallery at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts in downtown Frederiksted is filled with the allure of springtime in mixed media, acrylic, watercolors…all colors evoking the spirit of the season. 

‘All a We’ — Mango Tango Art Gallery Celebrates All the Artists It Has Exhibited

The "All a We” show celebrates the creativity of all of the Mango Tango artists. Paintings, drawings, both ceramic and wood sculpture, as well as Haitian flags and upcycled steel drum sculptures fill the gallery.

Artists’ Submission Deadline for ‘BLACKFULLNESS Emancipation Day 2024’ Art Show Is June 24

The Division of Libraries, Archives and Museums will present its annual Emancipation Day Art Show at Fort Frederik Museum.

“Bridges” Exhibit at Cane Roots Art Gallery: Opens Last Art Thursday of the Season

The “Bridges” Exhibit crosses the artistic gap between the Caribbean and the Americas with an opening reception at Cane Roots Art Gallery on the last Art Thursday of the season. The downtown Christiansted art museum will be open from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

Mango Tango Art Gallery Unveils Augustine Holder Exhibit ‘Opposite Sides’

St. Thomas native Augustin Holder presents “Opposite Sides,” which was his challenge to paint using a duplicity of styles that is reflective of two points of view.

Double Artist Feature Sees Esteemed Guests Supporting the Arts in Historic Charlotte Amalie

Opening night Friday April 12 for these two shows saw over 250 attendees throughout the evening, supporting the notion that there is heightened activity in historic Charlotte Amalie, especially pertaining to appreciating the arts.

81C Exhibits ‘Element,’ Photographs by Jared Shomo

The featured exhibition showcases Jared Shomo’s “Element,” a contemporary collection of infrared photography, printed on metal, depicting the Virgin Islands in otherworldly terms.

V.I. Contemporary Art III Exhibit Opened at Cane Roots Art Gallery Friday

Fifteen Virgin Islands artists beckoned to over 230 patrons at the opening of V.I. Contemporary Art III at Cane Roots Art Gallery in downtown Christiansted on Friday. The exhibition is dedicated to the late Candia Atwater-Shields, Esq., founder of the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts.

Tien Jameson’s “Legacy” Exhibit at Cane Roots Art Gallery Until Feb. 17

The “Legacy” exhibit at Cane Roots Art Gallery in downtown Christiansted is Tien Jameson’s bold offerings of her mixed media art. This artist opened her one-woman show on Art Thursday in January with sculptures and paintings that espouse her multi-cultural heritage. The collection boasts twenty-three distinctive Tien Jameson creations.

81C Studio Project/ Alpine Securities Collaboration Aims at Bolstering Art, Art Education, Youth Enrichment

This is also a rallying call to fellow commercial entities and foundations that are passionate about the arts in the community to join Alpine Securities in support of 81C Arts’ mission

The Artists Guild of St. Croix Will Kick Off “The Art Show 2024” at CMCARTS Saturday

“The Art Show 2024'' exhibit will kick off at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts in downtown Frederiksted on Jan. 20, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Patrons will be treated to live music, appetizers and a cash bar at the opening reception. The exhibit will run through Feb. 10.

“Masks, Music, & Costumes” Exhibit at Cane Roots Art Gallery Until Jan.12

Festival evokes the splendor of Crucian culture in many facets. Cane Roots Art Gallery shares “Masks, Music & Costumes” on Company Street in downtown Christiansted. The art-filled room  – seen from the outside –  draws the viewer in to experience the tasteful ambiance and deftly curated works offered by gallerist Sonia Deane. The show closes Jan. 12.

81C to Conclude Final Run of ‘From Here – The Photography of Shariumar Cruz’ on

The gallery is open from noon to 8 p.m. on weekdays, and guests have the opportunity through the show’s closing date to experience and to acquire the work. More than half of the exhibited show pieces have been sold to date, with artwork still available for collector and guest purchase.

La Vaughn Belle Exhibit: CMCARTS Through Jan. 13 – Film Screening and Artists Talks – Jan. 5

Artist La Vaughn Belle’s solo exhibit, “Being of Myth and Memory,” at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts on Strand St. in downtown Frederiksted, opened Dec. 2 and can be seen through Jan. 13, Tuesday - Saturday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Seachange to Host Ray Miles Exhibit and Reception Friday

Ray Miles, an artist and photographer born and raised in London who has lived in the U.S. Virgin Islands since 1961, will have 26 oil paintings on display Friday on St. Thomas.

St. Croix’s Studio Walsh to Open ‘Hope for the Future’ — its Final Exhibit — on Friday

Studio Walsh and the ARTFarm Family will hold an opening reception on Friday and Saturday for an exhibit entitled “Hope for the Future,” with works from Luca Gasperi, Christina Frederick Gasperi, and Marina Gasperi.

81C Exhibits ‘Reefs Reimagined’by Photography Conservationist Dan Mele

Photographs by Mele will be on view and for sale. Guests will have the opportunity to meet Dan Mele and discuss his work. On Friday. Nov. 17, Mele will be joined by Marilyn Brandt Ph.D. for a panel discussion and audience Q&A.

81C to Host Special Fundraiser for Karrl Foster on October 27 (Date Changed

81C will host a special fundraising event Friday, Oct. 20, in Charlotte Amalie, for long-time St. Thomas entrepreneur/ restaurateur Karrl Foster to help with his medical expenses from a recent serious medical emergency.

Theda Sandiford to Showcase ‘Blackity Black Blanket’ at International Fiber Art Festival

Celebrated artist Theda Sandiford has been selected to represent the U.S. Virgin Islands at the prestigious International Fiber Art Festival, World of Threads

CMCARTS “Freedom” Exhibit – Last Day Saturday!

The “Freedom” Exhibit opened in the upstairs gallery at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts on Aug. 5 to an enthusiastic crowd of art lovers. The group of artists exhibiting are mostly women, with the youngest member, a 15-year-old young man, and three short-film production teams. The collective energies of the participating artists produced a show that will have its last viewing when the doors open Saturday at 9 a.m.



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