A Visual Sanctuary

Amidst all of the confusion, cacophony and political hubris being bandied about during our Carnival Season, and now during the Lenten Period, it was refreshing, if not reassuring…

De Undaunted

This acrylic drawing (5x3) ft is one of a series of seventy-three pieces by artist Leroy Clarke called EYE HAYTI… CRIES… EVERYWHERE. (2011).…

Silent Revolutionary Of Art

When I left St. Lucia in 1999, I left several things unresolved and undone. In my haste to move to Trinidad I did not bid farewell…

To Know Knowing…know

Where do Eye begin again? Eye must confess that a great part of me is inclined to say nothing about your latest work. …

Time To Turn The Table

Listening to Scrunter annually, evokes the most defining sensations of the Season we so love.…

A Short Art Lesson For The Ministry Of Foreign Affairs

Trinidad and Tobago’s recent gift to Cuban President Raul Castro is a serious issue.…

Celebrating Raviji

Last month, on November 5, 2011, the Hindu Prachar Kendra celebrated the work and life of its founder, Shri Raviji, at an event titled “Desh Aur Dharam, Being…

Art For The Times

The membership of the Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago was invited by His Worship the Mayor of Port of Spain to establish a public art project for…

The Best Of Good Enough

In a world of frightening uncertainty, it is comforting to know that there are a few unwavering constants in Trinidad and Tobago: political drama and the Annual Art…

A Trinidad Haunting

Tony Hall picked a good time to resurrect the ghost of Gene Miles. …

Harambee In Strength And Diversity

Every artist establishes individual identity through a signature style. That style may change as the artist's career evolves through different phases. …

Artist Dreaming

Enigmatic, whimsical and kaleidoscopic, the Art in Shalini Singh’s most recent exhibition, Dreamspace, invites sheer surrender. …

Black Swan Author In Tdad Nov 5

Nassim Nicholas Taleb, the Lebanese American philosopher, essayist, statistician, and bestselling author (The Black Swan, Fooled by Randomness) will be a keynote speaker at the TTCSI National Services…

Poems From Ground Level

Who will be guardian of the season’s turn from dark when we sell so cheaply the lining behind every cloud?…

Biggest Showing Ever For T&t Film Festival

On the evening of February 2, 1911, the first cinema in Trinidad & Tobago, the London Electric Theatre, opened its doors on French Street in Woodbrook.…
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