Theresa Hall – Cultural Activist and Icon Passes

The Cultural Development Foundation (CDF) extends deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Mrs. Theresa Hall, a cultural activist and icon.  By extension, the Board of Directors and staff of the

December Festivals 2017

  The official end of a calendar year which signals the start of yet another, provides an opportunity for reflection, an outpouring of gratitude and a purposeful commitment for renewal. It seems

Artscape – Arts as a Business

Ponm Damou Kreations is looking to bury the proverbial mantra of the starving artists when it explores arts as a business, this Thursday, November 16, at the third edition of ArtScape at the

Msgr. Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre remembers Sir Dunstan St. Omer

The Msgr. Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre remembers the late Sir Dunstan St. Omer who would have been ninety (90) years on October 24th. Born in 1927, this international art and cultural

Annou Manjé, Dansé, Chanté an Kwéyòl

Creole Month activities

As Arts and Creole Heritage Month gets into high gear, the host communities with their wide range of activities are in advanced stages of preparation. Among the activities taking place this weekend

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