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National Institute of Arts and Art Save Lives foundation have joined forces to offer post hurricane Irma relief program

ART HEALS

Philipsburg — ART HEALS was conceived by the need to create activities for children and adults geared to offering relief from stresses and trauma brought on by the passing of hurricane IRMA and its aftermath. ART HEALS Hurricane Relief Arts Program is a program open to all and free of cost to the participants. Classes are daily from 3:30pm to More...

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NIA to perform in Curacao
By webadmin On Friday, October 13th, 2017
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NIA students to perform at Dance Curaçao Dance Festival and Workshop

National Institute of Arts – NIA students Jeremiah David, Kiara Vanterpool, Ray Angel Simon to perform at Dance Curaçao Dance Festival and Workshop. Dance Curaçao is a dance event organized especially for talented More...

Alston Lourens SCDF President
By webadmin On Thursday, September 28th, 2017
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Carnival 2018: the show must go on

GREAT BAY – President of the St. Maarten Carnival Development Foundation (SCDF) Alston Lourens has stated that the foundation fully intends to host Carnival 2018. He recalled that Carnival 1996 is fondly remembered More...

Hurricane Irma Damages School
By webadmin On Friday, September 22nd, 2017
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Clean up of schools

PHILIPSBURG — Hurricane Irma has left our island in a critical state. The education infrastructure serves as one of the most important pillars in our society, and has suffered tremendously. In addition, we More...

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By Online Editor On Friday, September 1st, 2017
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Gaming competition at SoIL tomorrow

GREAT BAY – FTW-Gaming group is partnering with SoIL to host its monthly gaming competition, an event held to motivate the gaming and tech-loving members of the community to come out and participate for worthwhile More...

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By Online Editor On Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017
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Richardson pursues heirs of art forger for compensation

GREAT BAY – Almost ten years have passed since a bailiff put a lien on an illicit replica of Roland Richardson’s painting Flamboyant Bouquet on Artist’s worktable at the J.W. Sloan Gallery in Cole Bay. Sloan’s More...

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By Online Editor On Friday, August 18th, 2017
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Unesco consultations on intangible cultural heritage in September

GREAT BAY – The Department of Culture in collaboration with the National Commission for Unesco will host the second round of national intangible cultural heritage consultations on Monday, September 4 and Wednesday More...

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By Online Editor On Thursday, August 17th, 2017
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Mosera unveils new work at Dream International

GREAT BAY – St Lucian born artist, Ras Mosera, will be unveiling his newest series “Pique-Nique” at Dream International art gallery tomorrow at 7 p.m. Mosera will represent the apex of visual arts in the More...

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By Online Editor On Monday, August 14th, 2017
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Guiding principle for book design at House of Nehesi Publishers: The marriage of art and words

By Jacqueline Sample GREAT BAY – Art helps us to imagine, even create our possibilities. Literature, the word, gives us license to put pen to paper, to creatively express our thoughts. The wedding of both More...

Rumari Rogers
By Online Editor On Friday, August 4th, 2017
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King Rumer competes in Soca Monarch

Rumari “King Rumer” Rogers competed in the Soca Monarch competition in Tortola, BVI yesterday. He is currently the 3-peat Road March King of St. Maarten. Minister Silveria Jacobs (Education, Culture, Youth More...