p.c.w news

Our friend Smokey Burke, the activist

Activism doesn’t only happen on the frontlines, and not all activists preach change.

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An excellent portrayal of life, love, relationships and societal struggles

PCW’s 2019 production receives high praise

PCW 2019 production ‘When Night turns to Day” receives high praise in the local press.

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PCW partners with youth academy

PCW and New Horizons Academy are looking forward to a productive working relationship with at-risk youth.

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Sophia Greaves-Broome and Donnah Russell

PCW spreads the joy of its 2019 production season

PCW pays forward generosity to two deserving organizations.

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Education is fun – PCW’s Early Childhood Education

The colours were vibrant, the narrative was educational, and the exhibitions were moving.

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As part of PCW's on-going capacity building and institutional strengthening mandate, Financial Executive Officer, Shelly Durant-Forde, worked alongside Kate Masters, the first AFID volunteer on assignment at PCW.

PCW committed to good governance

The AfID partnership has helped PCW place greater attention on its financial management.

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Part Ah We Series – Patrick Virgie

Despite his skills in other trades, Patrick’s first love and passion had always been farming.

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Youth and Violence

Youth violence is an issue which raises serious concerns among the Barbadian population, as it leads to severe crimes and manifestations of violence.

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Pinelands launches a course to help build the Cultural Industries sector

Pinelands Creative Workshop believes that you can’t develop a functioning cultural industry without technical competence and certifications.

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Grant Byer-Suckoo Dr. Boyce

Barbadian culture must not be diluted by artists

While some of us may say “We know what our culture is.”; others may ask, “Do we?”

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