CIC heads to Barbados for 2nd annual Caribbean Educative Arts Festival
We are proud to announce our invitation to participate in this year’s Caribbean Educative Arts Festival in Barbados. The festival will run from October 15-22!
Formerly under the patronage of the University of the West Indies Vice Chancellor Professor Emeritus the late Rex Nettleford, the focus for the 2010 Festival is Celebrating Our Ancestors: Inspiring Our Youth and highlights the importance of honouring our legends and icons, making connections between our region’s past, present and future and, subsequently, adding value to the development of our arts and culture for our youth.
This event is specifically designed to promote collaboration between teachers, arts educators, practising artistes; arts academics and students, from regional institutions, while creating a forum for participants to share and present work. The Festival therefore serves as an interface through which delegates can exchange and respond to innovative developments in the educative arts.
As such, the Festival will feature components which focus on youth education, relationship building among regional communities and will also provide opportunity for trade in the arts.
Visit the CEAF website at CEAFONLINE for more information and details of the schedule.
Our dance copyright workshop will feature presentations on:
DAY 1 (Thursday Oct. 21, 1pm – 4pm)
Dance and copyright
Music publishing & clearance for choreographers (apply to have your music cleared by the songwriter and/or publisher)
DAY 2 (Friday Oct. 22, 4pm – 6pm)
Introduction to Dance notation
Labanotation demonstration (Marlon Simms and Neila Ebanks, Jamaica)
Interview with Valerie Sutton creator of DanceWriting system
Presentations from the Dance Notation Bureau
CONTACT the for more information