Gens de la Caraïbe recently announced the birth of KAMACUKA, a platform that aims “to strengthen the network of cultural professionals and to introduce the general public to the work of these creators or organizations.” According to Gens de la Caraïbe, a demo version is online and the address will be shared on request. The demo looks exciting, with spectacular photos, artwork, and information about creatives such as musician Sonny Troupé [featured above], photographer Willy Vainqueur, dancer and choreographer Wilma Kuiperi-Jansen [below], and more.
Gens de la Caraïbe writes: “The KAMACUKA platform is available in two languages, English and French. This is a real test, an important and unavoidable challenge to fully anchor Caribbean-Amazonian cultures in world affairs and move forward together.”
For more information, see http://www.gensdelacaraibe.org/
To visit the site and to subscribe, see https://www.kamacuka.org/
[Photo above, Sonny Troupé.]