The caribArt Exhibition – My Sugar Island– brings the Caribbean to London this June!

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THE CARIBBEAN COMES TO LONDON THIS  JUNE!
You are cordially invited to ‘The caribArt Exhibition – My Sugar Island’ which celebrates the Cultural Heritage of the Caribbean through contemporary art. This project was launched at Elizabeth James Gallery, London in 2017 in the presence of the High Commissioner of Trinidad & Tobago Orville London. This exhibit will showcase the work of emerging Caribbean artists as they use their creative talent to bring their islands to life.
The caribArt project is the first Caribbean regional platform of its kind that allows Caribbean based artists to access global markets with their work even as they continue to live at home and provide for their families whilst simultaneously generating employment in their communities. It is a cohesive thread that binds the Caribbean region together through its creative people.
Born to Win Global has successfully partnered with other London based organizations such as Elizabeth James Art Limited which is closely tied to the island of Dominica, DSKii Events, and Tropical Mas Association which are two Jamaican led powerhouses in order to make the caribArt vision a reality.
All works of art will be available for sale.
This exhibit will be open for viewing to the general public on Wednesday 27th June 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Please purchase your ticket here if you would like a guided tour by the artists.
You must have a ticket to enter as we are unable to admit walk-in visitors.
Get your early bird tickets as spaces are limited.
WE ESPECIALLY WELCOME SCHOOLS AND OTHER GROUPS TO ATTEND. PLEASE BOOK EARLY AND  CONTACT US FOR SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS & DBS INFORMATION
Please visit our website www.caribartcollections.com and follow us on Instagram @caribartcollections
Enquiries: info@borntowinglobal.com

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