Being a part of two residencies at Pinelands Creative Workshop in Barbados was a pivotal moment of cultural exchange experience for me as a young artist, community organizer, and teacher.
Our 40-year journey was made possible by untamed minds, great hearts and the many hands that have made the work light. We Thank You Government Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development Ministry of Labour, Social Security & Human Resource Development Department Of Emergency Management (DEM) National Cultural Foundation National HIV/AIDS Commission Barbados
For the past 40 years, we have been proud to pay tribute to our heritage and community. Here is a snapshot of some of our work, both onstage and off.
It is our pleasure to feature a new collection of articles – Part Ah We (PAW) Series – to highlight the stories of outstanding individuals making real positive change within their community. Coming from St. Lucia, Patrick Virginie has been living in Barbados for the past 12 years. He arrived after his sisters sent for
Youth violence is an issue which raises serious concerns among the Barbadian population, as it leads to severe crimes and manifestations of violence.
Pinelands Creative Workshop believes that you can’t develop a functioning cultural industry without technical competence and certifications.
While some of us may say “We know what our culture is.”; others may ask, “Do we?”
Ben’s wiry figure is a near perfect match for his personality, but at the same time, it defies any preconception of the stereotypical AIDS patient.