Caribbean InTransit and IDB Creatives of the Caribbean Host Art Exhibition and Seminars

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Caribbean InTransit is producing and partnering with significant and high impact entities in creating access to a chain of arts festivals. Join them for their first festival of the year, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Creatives of the Caribbean in Washington DC, June 6 (today!), 19 and 20, 2014. As part of the IDB Creatives of the Caribbean Festival, today, June 6, is the official opening of an exhibition of Caribbean art: FLOW. The exhibition will take place at the Inter-American Development Bank, located at 1330 New York Avenue NW Washington, DC. [See previous post IDB Presents “FLOW: Economies of the Look and Creativity in Contemporary Art from the Caribbean”.] 

On June 19, the partnership is hosting Bajan “Queen of Soca” Alison Hinds, performing with Positive Vibrations Youth Steel Orchestra, at 6:30pm. On June 20, they will host a seminar with the Inter-American Development Bank on the Creative Industries. 

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Caribbean InTransit’s Membership Program offers opportunities for artists, students, audiences, schools, arts organizations as well as public and private entities. See their information below and links on how to login for live streaming, register for the seminar, how to post questions and comments during the events, subscribe to their newsletters, and more. Please subscribe to their newsletter to partner with them in advancing Caribbean arts.

For Students, Schools and Arts Organizations: Membership provides opportunities to showcase works, projects and programs to new audiences, grants access to networks and educational materials.

For Audiences: They offer an extraordinary cultural experience across the Caribbean and its Diaspora. Enjoy the advantages of membership including free admission and priority access to Caribbean InTransit events, curated exhibition, festival and studio tours, signed catalogue prints, members-only previews and special discounts.

For Public and Private Corporations: Membership offers philanthropic and marketing opportunities towards making a difference in developing communities at home and in the Diaspora. They continually seek strategic partners to realize their initiatives and they welcome the opportunity to customize your level of engagement. For customized partnership, please email marielle@caribbeanintransit.com

For the art exhibition, please R.S.V.P Here.

You can register for the June 20 seminar here: https://caribbeanintransit.submittable.com/submit/30394; Hashtag for this event will be #caribbean2014.

You can subscribe to their newsletter via their FB page and follow on twitter @caribintransit. For more information on all events, you can email Marielle Barrow at marielle@caribbeanintransit.com

Also see http://www.iadb.org/en/news/news-releases/2014-06-03/idb-exhibit-on-the-aesthetic-diversity-of-the-caribbean,10829.html and http://us2.campaign-archive2.com/?u=ad565f20249460711ce73a7e0&id=bba736dd41&e=d67b921a00

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