It is more necessary than ever for social artists to address the legacy of colonialism and racism within cultural spaces and explore how art can be used as a tool of education and reparation. This event will be facilitated on Zoom by Susuana Amoah.
Call for artworks created during Covid-19 Pandemic for a digital exhibition at the SEAS (Socially Engaged Art Salon). This exhibition will explore the pandemic and implications of the lockdown and...
Since its conception in 2011, the festival has exhibited over 382 artists and attracted over 300,000 visitors with an ever-growing aspiration to be an approachable event of high standards.
Art Under Lockdown is an online exhibition intended to shine a light on the creativity of artists and members of the public who have turned to making art as a means of expression during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Island of Women : Life at Home During our Maritime Years is a tribute to the women who played a vital role in the development of Caymanian society from the 1800s through to the mid-twentieth century as interpreted through the work of 28 Cayman-based artists.