The Caribbean Writer, together with the Virgin Islands Literary Festival and Book Fair (VI Lit Fest), will host the 8th iteration of the festival as a hybrid event on April 8 and April 9 under the community focused theme: “Disruptions, Disguise and Illuminations.”
The heavy drizzle and gusty winds in downtown Frederiksted on Saturday afternoon gave way to blue skies in perfect timing for the opening of “Spirit, Artistry, and Craft of Moko Jumbies” at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts.
“Spirit, Artistry, and Craft of Moko Jumbies” will come alive in the courtyard of the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and will continue throughout the day until 7 p.m.
This year, on Saturday, March 12, the community is invited to celebrate the fact that the world is (somewhat) returning to normal with a free, outdoor, sunset concert by the American Spiritual Ensemble presented by the St. John School of the Arts.
The Government of the Virgin Islands has announced that the 70th edition of Carnival Virgin Islands on St. Thomas will be held from April 27 to May 1, 2022.
Virgin Islands Council on the Arts will kick off Virgin Islands History Month with the “Dorsch After Dark” exhibit, “Frederiksted.”
This was a three-day 10 round chess event providing 20 hours of chess competition that was held from Feb. 11-13 on St. Croix.
Does the President's Day music festival this weekend on St. Croix pave the way for a St.Thomas Carnival in April? Ian Turnbull, director of the V.I. Division of Festivals, thinks so.
Local teen artists shared their art with family and friends at the finale of the five-week workshop, You: the Promise of the Diaspora. “Arise” was the live performance, the dance, the songs, and the visual art that culminated from their efforts during that period of learning and growing, and expressing themselves.
Kendell Henry, percussion player, of the legendary Ten Sleepless Knights sat down to speak about the Academy of Culture’s motto to share and preserve Virgin Islands culture.