Designer Shan Anthony Seecharan, who designs under the label SAS has recently seen his star ascending having created winning gowns worn by Delicia Wright, Miss Emancipation Guyana 2016 and Miss India Guyana 2016, Brittany Singh for the Talent Segment of that pageant.
As the Indigenous Heritage Month activities continue, the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs is inviting members of the public to visit its annual art exhibition at Castellani House to experience aspects of Indigenous life through art.
London based Brixton Stories tonight opens at Theatre Guild with a gala performance and continues tomorrow night with the sole aim of raising funds for the non-governmental organisation Artist In Direct Support (AIDS) which has been facing a funding challenges over the past few years.
In what appeared to be a controversial decision, Brittany Singh took the coveted Miss India Guyana crown last Sunday at the Marriott Hotel beating out crowd favourite Tahirih Boodhoo and Abigail Mohabir, who was the only other contestant.
Two Thursdays ago the Guyanese Cultural Association of New York awarded artiste, Quincy Lacon in recognition of his ‘EGO’ career.
For two of the four years since Quincy ventured into the entertainment industry, he has been performing across Guyana as well as in Suriname and Trinidad.
Jason Shurland pulled out all stops and created a striking black and gold gown for Melicia Partab and matching kurta for Hashim Alli, co-founders of Nachle Designs, who got married on July 30, crushing the myth the a bride in black is a bad omen.