October 8 thru December 23, 2021
Dualidad Antillana: Cuba & Puerto Rico
These two Antilles were conquered by Spain in 1492 and 1493 by Christopher Columbus. They had similar histories and were participants of many of the same wars and struggles. Cubans and Puerto Ricans have similar roots: the native Indian Taino’s, Spaniards, Africans, and Europeans, with some Asian influences as well. They were both colonies of Spain for more than 400 years. Artists from both countries are influenced by their environment, their people, religions, political situation, spirituality, their roots, and cultural influences.
August 12 thru September 18, 2021
The curatorial team challenged the artists to examine those issues and themes from their perspective. Then we encouraged, reviewed, and supported the amazing genius and creativity of these 17 artists. It is an exciting and eclectic array of creative energy on exhibit at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts this summer. It represents a collective reflection of where Barbadian society has been, where we are today, and where we want to go in the future.
July 3 thru August 9, 2021
Claiming Spaces; The African Story of the Sugar Mill
Curated by Chalana Brown. The exhibition is a collection of photographs of sugar mills and former plantations and pays reverence to the many enslaved Africans that lived and worked on the many estates of St. Croix.
June 3 thru June 27, 2021
Pride thru Art 2021
LGBTQ artists have historically been invisible in the mainstream art world. This position has denied them the opportunity to display their unique perspective or to comment on themes and issues pertaining to gender identity and society in their art. The Pride Through Art Exhibit will allow LGBTQ artists and allies to showcase their talents in visual arts, sculpture, music, spoken word, and poetry.
April 10 thru May 24, 2021
New Blood 4; The Rebirth
The New Blood exhibition series is about breaking the divide and giving all artists a platform for their work to be celebrated and appreciated by the community. Featuring emerging and established artists from the Virgin Islands. As with any great venture, it is the work of many. New Blood 4 is a joint venture between CMCArts and Lucien Downes.
Feb 2 thru April 3, 2021
Portrait of the Virgin Islands
Portrait of St. Croix celebrates Virgin Islands History month. It is an ongoing exhibition dedicated to celebrating Virgin Islands History and Culture. The territory officially recognizes March as Virgin Islands History Month. Created in 2006 by former Senator Shawn-Michael Malone, March allows recognition to the territory's history and its history makers according to the current President of the Senate Kenneth L. Gittens (D).
October 2 2020 thru January 2, 2021
Anacaonas de Borinquen
Anacaona is defined as the Golden Flower but was also the name of a great Taino Indian war chieftess, sister of Chief Bojekio, and the wife of Chief Caonabo. She was the prettiest Taina woman of all the Caribbean and had 80 regional chiefs under her command in the region of Jaragua. Borinquen is the native Taino name for Puerto Rico while Boricua is the native Taino name for an individual living in Puerto Rico.
December 8, 2019
Sea Walls St. Croix Mural Project
Sea Walls St Croix Artists for Oceans was brought to St. Croix by the PangeaSeed Foundation in partnership with
Clean Sweep Frederiksted to empower our community to create meaningful environmental change for our Oceans through ARTivism, education and science. The public artworks serve as educational tools and conversation-starters addressing marine environmental issues relevant to the local community. The goal is to ignite ownership for the sustainability of natural resources.