This short story competition is open for all persons of the Caribbean and Central American diaspora. Information on eligibility will be provided this Oct. 15.
"The Street Level VI Hughley Prince Memorial Scholarship allows us to spearhead relaunching the Steel Pan Division of our youth music education program, get maintenance for the existing equipment, lessons for the students and secure instructors.”
The St. John Recovery Choir is welcoming new members, and the good news is you can live anywhere in the world and become a member because the fall season will be held virtually.
Grants of up to $20,000 are available to facilitate the recovery of humanities organizations and humanities programming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The Unbreakable Virgin Islanders” aired on Apple TV on Sept. 7, marking the first time a film on the Virgin Islands was produced by a Virgin Islander to air on the streaming giant.
The Caribbean Writer has issued a call for artwork submissions to grace the cover and interior sections of volume 36 under the 2021 theme: “Disruption, Disguise and Illuminations.”
The Annual Grant provides artistic support to Virgin Island artists and non-profit art organizations.
These resources uniquely support both family history documentation and research for local history, education and scholarship.
Eligible individuals and organizations include those whose programming are V.I. based and those who have been in existence in the V.I. for a minimum of two years.
Abigail S. Valery is a 2021 graduate of the St. Croix Educational Complex, pursuing a music degree at The Boyer College of Music at Temple University.
The Caribbean Writer (TCW) has issued a call for submissions for Volume 36 under the 2021 theme: “Disruption, Disguise and Illuminations.” Writers are invited to offer for consideration creative works exploring this theme in its widest permutations.
The seminal sculpture generated global awareness and acclaim on the centennial year commemorating Denmark’s sale of the Virgin Islands to the United States on March 31, 1917.
The Source Arts & Literature section highlights the work of our creative readers. All visual artists and creative writers are encouraged to share with us new works.
Scholarship monies must be used towards music education, the purchase of a new instrument or the production of a concert (virtual or live).