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Twilight mix

SHERRYLYN CLARKE, [email protected]

Twilight mix

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RHYTHM, WORDS AND ART were the dominant elements at last week’s Twilight: Behind The Curtain showcase at the Errol Barrow Centre For Creative Imagination (EBCCI).
?The audience was treated to performances by spoken word artistes Adrian Green, Disa Nevetta and Sunrokk, who all tackled the subject of love.
Visual artist Nikolai Charles live-painted to the rhythmic sounds of Rossom Wiltshire on steel pan and a shadow theatre dance by the EBCCI Dance Ensemble.
To close off the evening’s proceedings, the audience was invited to exit the theatre onto the Walcott Warner Terrace, where the EBCCI Pop Ensemble delivered a myriad of pop hits to the backdrop of a fading Caribbean sunset.
Also included in the night’s package was an exhibition of fine art from a mixture of established and emerging artists, including the late Trinidadian artist Boscoe Holder, photographers Adrian Richards, Simone Edwards and Kraig Yearwood, as well as sculptors Ellon Lewis and Joan Walcott, among others.
This was the second Twilight production, a portfolio project of the EBCCI’s master of arts programme. The show was a collaborative production by the postgraduate students of the master of creative arts as a part of the requirements of the programme. (AMB)