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Summer 2022 is here and Caribeart here to give you the perfect selection to kick off your summer schedule. June being pride month, this curated list offers you a range of events including workshops, festivals, fairs and lectures that celebrate diversity and inclusion in all its forms. Stay up to date with the latest events in the Caribbean through our art events’ agenda: www.caribeart.fr

I WILL BE BORN AGAIN. I AM THE SEED YOU DISCARDED. I WILL BE REBORN. (performance)

June 27, 2022 ▪︎ presented by Museo de Las Americas  in U.S.

Within the framework of the Malinalli exhibition,  We will study experiences of some ARTivist collectives and learn about this manifestation at the crossroads between art, politics, communication and performance. Through practical exercises, we will learn about how through visual arts and performance art, we can raise awareness about the domestic violence of which women are victims and express our political position. As a final exercise, we will do a performance exhibition on First Friday at the Museo de las Americas, which will be part of Adriana Rondón Rivero’s performance: I will be born again. I am the seed you discarded. I will be reborn


Return to Innocence (exhibition)

June 3 – July 15, 2022▪︎ presented by 1461 in Martinique.

meanwhile, somewhere at 14°N 61°W…
upcoming.

Roman LISKA
Return to Innocence
03.06 – 15.07.2022

[vernissage/preview]*
03.06.2022
18-22

*: En raison de la pandémie de covid-19 et des mesures sanitaires appliquées en Martinique, la visite de l’exposition se fera dans le strict respect des mesures en vigueur (port du masque, distanciation…)
Merci de votre compréhension.
*: Due to the covid-19 pandemic and the sanitary measures applied in Martinique, the exhibition’s visit will happen under strict sanitary measures (wearing a mask, distancing…)
Thank you for your understanding.


En nuestra piel Cuir: Cuba y Puerto Rico (exhibition)

June 3 – July 9 2022 ▪︎ presented by CMARTS in Haiti.

This exhibition showcases a selection of photographs from an exhibition hosted by the United Nations Cultural Fund, Centro Nacional Cubano para la Educacion Sexual (CENESEX) and the Embassy of Spain in Cuba, and taken by famed photographer Byron Motley.

The history of the global LGBT+ community has been one of highs and lows. Even today in many countries, including the US, LGBT+ people experience homophobia and/or transphobia, hate crimes, and homicides for being an LGBT+ individual. In recent years in Puerto Rico, hate crimes against LGBT+ individuals have been at an all time high with more than 18 homicides reported. In Cuba and Puerto Rico, many out of the closet LGBT+ are seen as unproductive, unreliable, and even “devilish,” members of society for exhibiting behaviors outside of Latino cultural and religious norms. Currently in Cuba and Puerto Rico, civil code and constitution amendments to exclude LGBT+ people have been at the forefront of conservative and religious groups’ agenda.


“Ole’ Time Days!” (call for artists)

Deadline 20 June 2022 ▪︎ presented by Arnim’s Art Galleria Trinidad and Tobago.

Arnim’s Art Galleria SOUTH is calling all artists to submit artworks for our upcoming consignment showing titled:

“Ole’ Time Days!”

Let us remember and celebrate ‘long time Trinbago’ together! Artists are called to submit 2D or 3D artworks that creatively showcase the theme!


Pride on Stage (performance)

June 11th 2022 ▪︎ presented by Casa Di Cultura Aruba.

Cas di Cultura is proud to host its pride event for the 2nd year in a row in honor of pride month: PRIDE ON STAGE!

Join us for an evening of celebration and inclusivity here on Aruba’s National Platform on Saturday, June 11th at Cas di Cultura. Tickets are available for Afl 25,-.


AFRO-PICKS FEAT. “SECADORA” BY ELYSSA AQUINO HONORING THE SPIRIT OF JUNETEENTH (film screening)

June 22 2022 ▪︎ presented by CCCADI in U.S.

To love with Pride and without stigma, to express ourselves creatively through music and art, and to celebrate our culture, all begins with our Freedom.

Happy Pride Month.🏳️‍🌈
Happy Black Music Month. 🎷
Happy Caribbean Heritage Month. 🏝

Thank you to our resilient ancestors for their strength and ability to create and inspire despite their circumstances.


I M(O)THER (exhibition)

May 22 – October 2, 2022▪︎ presented by DVCAI online

I M(O)THER by DVCAI Artist Katrina Coombs. Co-organized by Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator and Sarasota Art Museum, this exhibition includes 12 fiber artworks – from large-scale installations to intimate sculptures. These works display the range of techniques Coombs uses in her practice, including the personal and laborious technique of finger-knitting with various fiber materials, and the inclusion of organic elements, which speak to Coombs’ interest in identity and ancestry.


Joram Kraaijeveld (lecture series)

June 20-24 2022▪︎ presented by Atelier 89 in Aruba.

From Monday 20 June to Friday 24 June Ateliers ’89 presents a series of lectures on contemporary art practice by Joram Kraaijeveld. In five lectures, Joram deals with this practice on the basis of a number of themes, such as brass brands, democracy, maps, mining and the artist’s fee. By making geographical and historical cross-references, Joram makes cultural and social trends visible. Each lecture concludes with the screening of a short artist’s film, and the lecture series will conclude on Friday with a film screening in the courtyard garden.


A Deep Haunting (solo exhibition)

May 31st 2022▪︎ presented by Tern Gallery in The Bahamas.

TERN Gallery is pleased to present A Deep Haunting, a solo exhibition of new paintings by the artist Leasho Johnson. Born and raised in Jamaica, Johnson’s work reconfigures mythic archetypes to evoke embodiments of queerness. Johnson’s debut solo exhibition with TERN, A Deep Haunting will be on view from June 23 to July 30th, 2022, with an opening reception on Thursday, June 23rd at 7pm.


Transitions and Developments: Caribbean Creativity and Composition in Times of Change (symposium)


Children Summer Art Classes (workshop)

Month of July 2022 ▪︎ presented by Sixty 2 Sixty Art Gallery in the Bahamas

Kids Summer Art Classes – Month of July 2022, $400 per student – Includes Art supplies and Lunch – SIGN UP TODAY!


Caribbean Art Initiative Residency Program (open call)

Deadline July 15th 2022 ▪︎ presented by Caribbean Art Initiative Residency Program

Thrilled to announce a new opportunity in Basel this October 2022. swipe for the information. #basel @ateliermondial @institutkunst @the_chus_martinez @yinajimenezs


Art in the City – Cayman Art Week (series of events)

June 22 – 26 2022 ▪︎ presented by Cayman Art Week in Cayman Islands.

We are so excited to collaborate with @gtrevitalisation once again to bring you ‘Art in the City’ (CAW Central). This year’s event in central George Town features 13 art galleries, studios and pop-up exhibitions – many with special events – alongside our kick off party at Monaco Towers in the very heart of town. Featured venues inlcude: Kerwin Ebanks at Cayman Handmade Collective, Guy Harvey Gallery, Al Ebanks Studio, Crucial Ink Gallery, Parcel 110, Tansy Maki & Friends Pop-up Gallery, pop-up exhibitions by Smooth Sailing Artist Collective at Le Vele and Vine & Tap, Gale Tibbetts at The White Whale Pub, 3 Girls and a Kiln Studio, Sandon Feat Gallery, Wil Bignal at Regus Pop-up and Art Nest Studio. Buses and walking maps will be provided. Registration recommended for curated bus tours (6:00PM-9:00PM). Visit the link in the bio for more about this and other CAW events alongside a full list participating restaurants. (Photos from AITC/CAW Central 2021 courtesy of Katie O’Neil and Heather Holt, JJ Eden and Al Ebanks) CAW Central/ Art in the City is of three district art events. Stay tuned for more.


Caribbean Art Initiative Residency Program (open call)

June 18 2022 ▪︎ presented by Teoretica in Costa Rica.

ANIVERSARIO 23 de TEOR/éTica
– En honor a Tamara Díaz Bringas-

Lugar: Lado V – TEOR/éTica
Fecha: Sábado 18 de junio
Hora: 2PM A 8PM

Este año dedicamos el cumpleaños número veintitrés de TEOR/éTica a Tamara Díaz-Bringas con una fiesta que celebra tanto su vida como sus aportes en la construcción de este espacio.

Como parte de las actividades de aniversario, este sábado 18 de junio, tendremos una intervención a cargo de Rolando Castellón en las salas 01 y 02 de Lado V, videos de charlas y exposiciones de Tamara, lecturas sobre su trabajo, comida de la Soda La Esmeralda, música y bebidas.


‘Down Home’ (exhibition)

June 17th 2022 ▪︎ presented by CAB Gallery and Studio in the Bahamas.

Looking forward to opening our last show before the summer – ‘Down Home’ is a brilliantly colorful, vibrant and celebratory show that will leave you feeling all of the Bahamian pride 🇧🇸 🧡💚💛💙❤️


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