Curated by: Monica Marin

Invisible Heritage: Transfer 2017 is a visual arts exhibition featuring recent work by Virgin Islands artists who are actively engaged in a conversation about the islands' colonial history, including the last 100 years as a US colony as well as the legacy of previous centuries. Themes of resistance,  migration,  identity,  erasure, and visibility—as it relates to the structural history of colonialism and the ways in which it is manifested today—are among some of the topics that inform their work. READ MORE

Produced by: Alaina Simone Inc. – Curated by: Monica Marin & Carla Acevedo-Yates.

Take Five in St. Croix will re-invent the concept of a multi-site exhibition for the 21st century, building an educational platform between nature, art, history and community on the beautiful island of St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. This exhibition and education series features visual and performance art by La Vaughn Belle, David Antonio Cruz, Oceana James, Kharis Kennedy and Rashaad Newsome. READ MORE

Susan Luery

Susan Luery has created “The Coal Woman,” a sculpture honoring the women that served the ports throughout the Caribbean by supplying coal to the ships until 1892, when their stand for women’s rights changed history. The sculpture features a bronze, traditionally rendered female dockworker carrying a coal basket on her head while taking a step up a gangplank. READ MORE

Identity, Memory and Our Towns

With support from the V.I. Council on the Arts, The Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts (CMCArts) is excited to announce its upcoming artist in residence Kendal Henry (from February 10-19th) for his third visit to St. Croix to engage the community around the issue of revitalization, and the power of art to transform culture. Mr. Henry is one of the world's leading public art consultants and currently manages NYC’s Dept. of Cultural Affairs’ Percent for Art Program. READ MORE

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