The Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination of The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados, promotes the making, study and appreciation of the arts. It continues to be a focal point for the creative arts and innovation from local, regional and international sources. In upholding its mission, the evocative and ambient grounds of the EBCCI were chosen for the eclectic arts show, featuring fashion and visual arts, music and interpretive performance at Twilight.
The terrace of the Walcott Warner Theatre will be the perfect backdrop of vivid colour and pristine elegance at sunset.
At Twilight, see the work of NIFCA award winning artist Don Small; fashion designers Alexis Campbell, Shanika Burnett and Glendine Aimes; and textile artist Althea Wood will be featured. Jewellery designer Catherine Rocheford will also be sharing her unique handcrafted designs. This show will be a vibrant promotional and celebratory opportunity for featured textile designers and artists; and for art enthusiasts, art entrepreneurs and corporate Barbados, an opportunity to display/ perform, to buy, discuss and experience art at the art hub, the EBCCI.
This invitational event will be a treat, with musical entertainment and interpretive performances in dance and theatre presented by the students of the EBCCI. Twilight’s vision is to be the bridge which connects the EBCCI with the wider art community; that connects art with people and ideas with expression, through the creative use of lines, textures and movement.
The evening’s presentation will begin at 5:15 p.m. with the fashion show and the official opening of the art gallery at 7 p.m.
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