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Bitter Cassava revival is sweet (June 26, 2016)

Bitter Cassava revival is sweet (June 26, 2016)

“Hell hath no fury like a woman wronged.” “Your sins will come back to haunt you.” These sayings embody the spirit of Bitter Cassava, which tells a story of betrayal and revenge with a strong Trinbagonian flavour, delivering several strong emotional blows with a sprinkling of comedy to relieve the tension. The story touches on … Continue reading

Arielle plans on Goldsmiths MA (June 19, 2016)

Arielle plans on Goldsmiths MA (June 19, 2016)

Art educator and poet Arielle John exudes an aura of intensity and focus, whether performing Spoken Word on stage, talking about human rights activism or her work with teenagers. It’s little wonder that she’s been accepted by the prestigious Goldsmith University, University of London, to pursue a Masters of Arts (MA) in Performance and Culture. … Continue reading

Moving Art (October 11, 2015)

Moving Art (October 11, 2015)

Rondell Warner‘s ‘Articulate Spectacle’, the final New Media event of the T&T Film Festival on September 26, was a fun, upbeat mix of music, moving images and light which had people dancing and actively participating with the installation. It was a lighthearted evening where friends and strangers mingled, laughed and chatted together. Abstract moving images … Continue reading

Naked and Terrifying (October 4, 2015)

Naked and Terrifying (October 4, 2015)

The TTFF New Media showing on September 18 presented films which were all evocative in some way of the pressures that influence people in the most basic interactions in their modern everyday lives. Four pieces by filmmakers from across the Caribbean and T&T were displayed at the Medulla Gallery. ‘Pocket Lining’ by Lauren Marsden (T&T, … Continue reading