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labelNews todayFebruary 12, 2021

NCF Serving Up New Series On Local Plants

The National Cultural Foundation will debut its latest cultural heritage offering on Monday, February 15, 2021. Bush Tea: Herbs, Plants and Barbadian Botanical Stories is a five-part video series taking viewers on a journey of discovery into the benefits, traditional uses and even folklore of local herbs, plants and grasses and will ...

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labelNews todayDecember 3, 2020

Local Artist Annalee Davis features in Florilegium

A new series of drawings from Barbadian-based artist Annalee Davis titled As if the Entanglement of our Lives did not Matter, is part of the exhibition ‘Florilegium: A gathering of flowers’ which brings together new and existing works from 4 contemporary artists and more than 40 established botanical artists. Media ...

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labelNews todayNovember 26, 2020

NCF launches Digital Edutainment

The National Cultural Foundation released a series of digital educational projects yesterday at the Daphne Joseph Hackett Theatre. These digital projects offer assistance to the schools’ digital teaching and target children ages 8-11  and CSEC students studying dance and theatre. Projects focused on elements of The Barbados Landship in an ...

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labelNews todayNovember 16, 2020

New Art Acquisitions from artist Sheena Rose

The National Cultural Foundation announced new acquisitions to their art collection. The Foundation purchased two works of art from Barbadian born, international artist Sheena Rose. Among the pieces includes A Town piece entitled “Nelson” and a Sweet Gossip Piece entitled “Well,well, well…did you hear the latest”. During the presentation, Rose ...

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labelNews todayNovember 11, 2020

Making money from your Intellectual Property

It’s yours! You own it! Find out how to make money from your Intellectual Property. Innovation starts with an idea—your idea. You discover a problem to solve or a gap to fill. Sometimes it starts with a fleeting thought that keeps coming back, or it’s a tug that won’t let ...

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