“I Have Hope” is the name of the song with which T’shanna Cort won this year’s Junior Calypso Competition and today, nearly six months later, fans from all across Guyana greet her with those words and praise her performance.
Following up on last’s week column, fashion careers, this week I wanted to share with you my general response to the commonly asked question, can the Caribbean actually have a thriving fashion industry?
Painting the Spectrum 12, SASOD’s annual film festival continues next Tuesday, June 21, at the Dutch Bottle Café, located at 10 North Road, Bourda in Georgetown, with two short films, Transgender: Back to Jamaica and Antiman.
RP Couture’s Rishma Persaud has been making a splash with her one-of-a-kind elegant pieces. Her latest clothing line ‘Fusion’ was showcased at the recent Jubilee Fashion Extravaganza at the Arthur Chung Conference Centre, Liliendaal.
By Derry Etkins
I had a very exciting, yet very painful experience, just about a month ago. On May 11, 2016, a theatrical production called, “ONE!” was held at the National Cultural Centre, under the auspices of the Ministry of Social Cohesion.
‘Bring Back Our Culture’, Jason Shurland’s latest collection which debuted at the launch of Guyana Fashion Week last month at the Arthur Chung Convention Centre, was well accepted and widely seen as one of the better lines.
Award winning US-based Guyanese filmmaker, writer and director Mason Richards was in Guyana only recently scouting locations for when he returns later in this year when the production of his full-length film is slated to begin.